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Bored Retriever Is On A Mission To Disembowel Stuffed Animal38s

Bored Retriever Is On A Mission To Disembowel Stuffed Animal

Toko the English Cream Golden Retriever loves to destroy, rip, tear and shred stuffed animals like this "bunny" rabbit plush toy. This canine performs open surgery procedure on this stuffed rabbit toy. He digs deeper and deeper, ripping out the cuddly toy to pieces. Hilarious! We have all seen videos of our loving canines tearing apart their precious toys. Do you ever leave your house only to come back later to a disaster, with your dog sitting idly by as if nothing happened? How about giving your dog toys, and they tear them apart in seconds? It is no secret that dogs love their stuffed toys, and yet they manage to destroy them. However, this behavior is perfectly natural, since your dogs don’t really see toys as toys. For your pup, a brand new, perfectly intact toy is nothing other than a vessel for their primal instincts! For one, boredom! Dogs get bored, and when they do, they need to entertain themselves, and sometimes, it’s not in a way that you will appreciate. Another reason for this impulsive behavior in dogs is that we teach them to destroy things. When you get a puppy, the way they aggressively go after their toys is adorable to us, so without knowing it, we tend to encourage it, and this leads to them to continue on the path to destruction. A dog that can get at his toys all of the time will eventually tear them apart. It should instead be a reward rather than something enjoyable that they just get to have because they’re the best and we love them. Similar to boredom, if play time isn’t interactive enough or doesn’t burn enough energy. You need to have toys for your dog that make them use their mind, they like to think, and they suffer when you don’t stimulate their brain. Similar to this, if you’re not exercising them, they’re going to find something to get rid of that extra energy.

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Published: October 30, 20174,290 views
Cute Kitten Massaging Dog's Head and Falls Off the Couch 28s

Cute Kitten Massaging Dog's Head and Falls Off the Couch

Our adorable orange foster kitten is "massaging" our dog's head and then he falls off the couch. Our very sweet and gentle dog is a 4 1/2 year old English cream golden retriever who quickly "adopted" these three foster kittens as his babies.

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Published: April 26, 2017351 views
English Cream Golden Retriever Puppy 2 Months To 10 Months Life Compilation - Warning - Super Cute! 6m34s

English Cream Golden Retriever Puppy 2 Months To 10 Months Life Compilation - Warning - Super Cute!

This is a video montage or compilation of our adorable English cream golden retriever puppy's life from 8 weeks (two months) to ten months old. He was born in Simi Valley, Ventura County, California and lives in Newport Beach, Orange County, CA. Some of the highlights include his first bath, him playing with toys, eating, drinking water, seeing himself in a mirror for the first time, going for walks, training, digging in the sand, being vacuumed and performing tricks.

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Published: April 12, 201768 views