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Poor Newfoundland gets covered in sticky burs24s

Poor Newfoundland gets covered in sticky burs

Boss the Newfoundland went for a nice little stroll in the woods by himself and comes back to owner completely covered in sticky burs. Boss was so badly covered it took its owners over an hour to remove every single one. We all got a kick out of it afterwards since the 180lb dog look like a green monster. These tiny little burs sink their teeth in to dogs coats making it very difficult to remove them from the fur.

Divers come face to face with super friendly manatee54s

Divers come face to face with super friendly manatee

Swimming in Florida on the Crystal River, this couple encountered a 3,000 pound female manatee. This manatee spent over 30 minutes with them, coming face to face on several occasions. At one point she lifted the woman up out of the water. Such an amazing experience! Manatees are now off of the endangered list which is a truly awesome experience. Did you know that each manatee throughout its life will come into contact with a boats propeller 2.6 times?

Enormous Newfoundland gives woman full body hug13s

Enormous Newfoundland gives woman full body hug

Boss, a 180 pound Newfoundland, grabs hold of a woman in Central Park and will not let go of her. Although he was just giving the woman some love, some thought he was attacking her. The woman was safe and enjoyed every moment of it!

Newfoundland Attacks Red Coat Soldier During Reenactment15s

Newfoundland Attacks Red Coat Soldier During Reenactment

Ralphie the Newfoundland attacks a red coat soldier and licks him to pieces. The soldier was so happy he thought he was in heaven. Nothing like a good dog kiss! When a soldier goes down at a reenactment, Ralphie the giant Newfoundland dog takes it upon himself to try to revive the fallen! Ralphie climbs right on top of the Soldier and starts licking his face in an attempt to bring him back to life! The soldier, dressed in traditional World War Two attire falls to the ground after being "shot" by the opposing team. As the soldier lays there, pretending to be dead, he thinks this is how he will spend the rest of his reenactment. To his immense surprise, he is about to try and get revived by the most unexpected guest. Just when the soldier starts to get comfortable there, laying in the grass, a very large and very furry friend comes trotting towards him. At first, the soldier doesn't know what to think. This is a huge day could be mean and vicious and he is worried why the dog is rushing at him. When the pooch gets close, he starts to see that there are no mean tendencies here. The giant Newfie dog just looks like he wants to play! Once the dog reaches the soldier, he climbs right on top of him, lapping his face and wagging his tail. It is like he is trying to revive the fallen soldier and make all of his troubles go away. The owner of the dog can be heard saying "Don't worry, he will bring you back to life!" To this, the happy soldier replies "I think I'm in heaven."If that is what heaven is like, bring loved up by giant dogs, then we think that is something to look forward to. We aren't sure if there were Newfoundland Dogs involved in World War Two, but if there were, we may have seen a lot more happy soldiers. Newfoundland (or Newfies as commonly called) were made popular back in the 18th century as a working dog. They have been known to weight up to 200 pounds and are extremely large boned, giving their appearance the illusion that they are even bigger then they look. Can you imagine a 200-pound dog laying on your lap and licking your face? Newfies are known for their very calm and docile personality and make wonderful pets. This breed of dog, despite their size, are great with children, being very protective of their family, and have sometimes been referred to as a Nana dog because they will take on the role of caretaker with children in the household. They are very loyal and make great working dogs because of their immense size and strength. They are nicknamed " The Gentle Giant " by many, and this video is a perfect example of why they would carry this handle. Newfoundland dogs are very sweet by nature and very large indeed! It takes a very special kind of dog to see a fallen soldier on the ground and think "what can I do to make this guy's day a little better...I know...I will lick his face until he gets up!"

Newfoundland gets pampering massage from owner2m00s

Newfoundland gets pampering massage from owner

Shouldn't all dogs get the very best treatment from their owners? This lady calls her Newfoundland named Ralphie to give him the most relaxing massage. The funny thing is that Ralphie must know what is coming because he comes right over, lies on his back, and enjoys every moment!

Tiny Toddler Gets Blindsided By Massive Newfoundland9s

Tiny Toddler Gets Blindsided By Massive Newfoundland

Living with us in mega-cities or in small villages, on the sea, in the desert and even in space or on the North Pole, they march along, leaving 4 paw traces, our friends - dogs. They are glorified in legends since days ancient as being more faithful than people and remain close in perilous times. There are volumes of poems inspired by and devoted to them, monuments erected in their remembrance and the never-fading memories we cherish of growing up with our first dog . In ancient times, dogs helped our ancestors hunt for mammoth and toothed tigers. Dog teams bare the credit naturalists, geologists and other adventure-seekers ventured into expeditions and conquest of the Arctic and Antarctic. In the world of today, many dogs live a comfortable couch life next to their beloved owners and we are grateful to them for the company. Among other things, people love to show off with their pets. They are treated as stars, as cute toy creatures that give one joy, or even ugly, but ridiculously funny pets. Pets are, and this is a fact, one of top-5 keyword searches on the Internet. This video is one of those that will leave you with your mouth open, not because you will see one of the seven wonders in the world but because of the adorable boy Tegan who is enjoying company with his dog in a large park, unaware that at one moment he might fly away like a leaf in the wind. Tegan is out with his Newfoundland dog Boss who is a few times bigger than him. While they are playing carelessly at the park, another dog comes to play. 180 pound Boss gets so excited that he has a chance to play with the other dog that he quickly forgets about his human friend. As Boss is running wildly, showing off in front of the other dog, it slips his mind that Tegan is still in the picture. At one moment, we see the boy running happily towards his dog, but since Boss is preoccupied jumping around, he doesn’t see that Tegan is on his way. While running at the direction of the boy, he has his head turned towards the other dog, so he accidentally kicks Tegan to the ground. It comes with a force so strong that Tegan immediately starts crying. Sometimes, even the best of friends are not careful enough and in this case Tegan ends up blindsided. But no worries, he gets right back up and goes back to playing, only this time in a different spot! This is not the first time Tegan and Boss share an exciting time together. If you look at this video, you will see that Tegan is full of love for his dog and as he attempts to give him a kiss, his big dog friend shows his love with a few kisses of his own. Being clumsy as he is, Boss knocks Tegan on his butt again. Obviously, Tegan is used to being knocked by Boss and yet he still loves him the best.

Adorably Jealous Dog Won't Let Owner Near His Girlfriend  14s

Adorably Jealous Dog Won't Let Owner Near His Girlfriend

Here is the beautiful truth about pit bulls that people don’t often want to consider! Pitbulls are wiggly, cuddly, affectionate dogs. If you don’t like dog kisses then consider another breed, because most Pit bulls love licking. The same goes if you love a lot of love from your dog, pit bulls are the right dog for you! They will show their love for you, whether you like it or not! They are one adorable breed and we can get enough of them! Pit bulls are so people-orientated they do not make good guard dogs. Unless you just want them to smother intruders with hugs and kisses . Pit bulls are not aloof – they like to remind you regularly of how they feel about you, and in general, this means a lot of tail wagging and kissing. But, if we are telling the truth they can be a little bit jealous! Like this cuddly Pitbull here! She is really in love , but not in his owner, he is in love in his owner’s girlfriend and she is so protective of her! Luna the Pitbull growls at his owner the moment he gets too close to his girlfriend. Priceless! Luna gives her kisses and hugs, so when the owner tells her that is his girlfriend Luna barks at him which probably she tries to say to him: “No, it’s not”! We just love a dog who shows a lot of affection and love like this cutie pie!

Two Glam Newfoundlands Lounge In The Pool On A Hot Day30s

Two Glam Newfoundlands Lounge In The Pool On A Hot Day

These are two very relaxed canines. Actually, they are just extraordinarily lucky being able to luxuriate like this on a hot spring day! They love to be pampered just like real gentlemen. The favorite thing to do when the day is hot and the only alternative is searching for the coolest spot of tiles in the house to lay on is lounging in the backyard pool, hats and glasses on! Ralphie and Boss are two adult Newfoundlands . They love their monthly baths but today, their owners gave them a special treat: a full access to the leisure amenities in the backyard, spa, accessories, sharpshoot – absolutely everything a glam dog would wish! Look at them enjoy themselves! Ralphie is the chocolate one on the left. He just came out from a little dip and his coat is prickly with the water drops from the pool water. His bestie, Boss, is given red-rimmed sunglasses and a large stylish hat to shade the dog from the hot spring sun. He even took a few minutes of modeling the merchandise in front of the camera, large pink tongue sticking out and all. So adorable! Our model then slowly relaxes its large body into the pool. This day-long lounging in the pool is a reward well deserved for our two friends. And they love it! Is there a better and more worthy reward for a dog than being loved and cared for this much?sunglasses!

Dog Exhibits Incredible Acting Talent During 'Bang' Trick58s

Dog Exhibits Incredible Acting Talent During 'Bang' Trick

This is Boss, the 180lbs Newfoundland and is one of the most diligent dogs you have seen. Standing in front of his owner, wiggling his perky tail ready to play, he sharpens his ears and prepare himself for rounds of orders. The order is not complicated at all - whenever Boss hears “Bang” he has to play dead for his owner. So, this sweet dog has no say over the matter and he does exactly what he is told to do. Boss is one of those dogs that he doesn’t need a treat to get things done. He listens to his owner’s orders just for the sake of having little fun around the house because there is nothing more gratifying for a dog to hear owners laugh at his crazy <a href=" https://rumble.com/v332us-french-bulldog-knows-how-to-act-like-a-pro-movie-actor.html " target="_blank">acts</a>. No sooner he pretends being dead lying on the floor, we hear another cycle of commands: “Buzz up, buzz up, bang!” and there we see the well-behaved and polite Boss getting up and playing dead one more time while he breathes excitedly and waits for the next round. But on the second call, he is evidently tired and doesn’t feel like getting up at all, but he likes to remain on the floor avoiding further orders. Poor <a href=" https://rumble.com/v4omj7-huge-newfoundland-puppy-refuses-to-come-inside.html " target="_blank">dog</a>! He even waves with his paws at his owner to back off and leave him at peace which makes the lady owner laughs vigorously. With the third “Bang” we see the other dog messing with the game and trying to get involved in it by nagging Boss to get up and start all over again.

Big Dog Is Having None Of His Owner's Apologies 43s

Big Dog Is Having None Of His Owner's Apologies

Living with a dog is the source of many great experiences, fun anecdotes, and usually a beautiful, long-lasting friendship. However, cohabitation means that conflicts and accidents happen from time to time. We may step on our dog's paw or pull on their tail accidentally, or scold them when they are not at fault. While by all logic we know that our dog loves us and doesn't mind much that we accidentally hurt them, sometimes we still feel bad and want to apologize. A perfect example of an owner trying to make an apology to her dog is this video with Ralphie the Newfoundland. He is so upset with his owner that he gives her the coldest shoulder given by a dog. Though we may think that dogs are just simple animals, they can understand humans well . Ralphie creates positive association with his owner’s words and he knows that saying sorry is a nice thing to hear and it has a pleasing sound to his ears. It is until she says the magic words, "I'm sorry" that he does the sweetest thing one could do. We, humans can totally learn something from our four legged creatures. Ralphie’s owner talks to him calmly and soothingly with a slightly high-pitched voice. Being the sweetest and the kindest dog one will ever meet, he forgives her, climbs in her lap and he is all over her. You can always tell what he is trying to say with his eyes. He is such a lover! Ralphie enjoys her cuddle and now life can take its normal course again.