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Cute Puppy Doesn't Want To Move! 57s

Cute Puppy Doesn't Want To Move!

Oscar the dog loves sitting with his owners, especially on their lap. One day he takes it to a whole other level by sitting on his owners blanket, making himself a nice comfy hammock. Watch as Oscar refuses to move from his owner's lap and see what happens at the end!

Dogs Try Bananas For The First Time 1m33s

Dogs Try Bananas For The First Time

Nora the husky and Oscar the Dachshund love trying new things! And this time with the help of their owners Mike and Britt they get to try bananas for the first time! Will they like it? Will they hate it? Let's find out!

Dachshund throws tantrum over micro robotic toy1m01s

Dachshund throws tantrum over micro robotic toy

Oscar the Dachshund is usually a happy spunky little dog. However, when his owner Mike comes home with a new HexBug toy he is not happy and he lets his owner know! He barks and shows dominance to this little HexBug!

Published: September 26, 2018251 plays$0.50 earned
Husky loses it over micro robotic toy1m27s

Husky loses it over micro robotic toy

Nora the husky is always getting into trouble and today is no different! On what seemed like a normal day, Nora's owner Mike gets home with a new toy, a HexBug! Nora sees the new toy and is immediately interested. She takes the toy and her canine instincts take the wheel. It is a bug after all!

Published: September 26, 20181,358 plays$2.06 earned
Dogs Try Eating Corn on the Cob. 1m15s

Dogs Try Eating Corn on the Cob.

Our dogs love veggies. Today we let them try corn on the cob and they loved it. Not only that but they used their front teeth to pull the corn off the cob. It was too cute.

Husky Gets Bored And Takes It Out On Owner 41s

Husky Gets Bored And Takes It Out On Owner

Nora the husky is a playful and loving dog! She's always wanting attention and love. But when one of her owners forgets to give her attention while eating breakfast Nora begins to throw a tantrum. Better watch out!

Husky Throws Tantrum After Dachshund Steals Favorite Toy1m08s

Husky Throws Tantrum After Dachshund Steals Favorite Toy

Huskies - if you didn’t see all that fur, you might think that they are just tiny grumbling toddlers. If you saw the fur, then you’d know that they are just not so tiny grumbling toddlers with an ability to withstand the toughest of winters. They’ll probably whine about that too, but they’ll make it through unscathed. It seems that whatever we do, they’ll find a reason to sneak in a disapproving look. But we love them anyway. How could we not, when we know that each protest ends up with a scratch and the most beautiful of smiles ever?! They might pretend they are the broodiest dog breed ever, but deep inside, they are just like any other dog, a furry ball that just loves to play, eat and cuddle up to a friend. Huskies make for great pets. They are very protective of their own, making them look quite stubborn from time to time, but it’s all in good nature. Husky owners know that it’s a delight to have them in your home. They might not always follow your commands, but just remember that you own a living being with its own character and not a mindless computer, and you’ll be able to experience the husky charm. This video is a prime example of a husky’s jealousy. Nora the Siberian husky loves her toy pineapple. However, after her canine buddy Oscar takes it away from her, she begins to throw a tantrum! And when a husky begins to throw a tantrum... you better watch out! You probably noticed that quite often, when one of the dogs comes to the owner to get a dose of affection, the other one approaches too and wedges in between. It is believed that the dog "requires its share of affection". If the dog does this regularly, you can call it a jealous dog. Quite often, such a dog is jealous not only of the owner, but also of toys, and even a cozy armchair. In most cases, of the two dogs, one is noticeably more jealous than the other. Many zoologists would put the word "jealousy" in quotation marks on the grounds that such behavior, in their opinion, has little to do with human jealousy. I will not do this, and that's why. When a dog is jealous of an owner or a toy, we are dealing with a typical case of unstable dominance-submission relationships between dogs. A jealous dog claims to be a leader, that is, a preferential right to enjoy certain goods, one of which is the owner's caress. But these claims are not recognized unconditionally, and they use any occasion to show: "I'm more important, you have to scratch my ear, this is my ball, I have the right to sleep in the chair." When relations are firmly established and the rights are properly distributed, the leader does not feel the need for constant self-affirmation. And he or she can be very condescending to subordinates, very often allowing them to take advantage of life’s benefits. And the subordinates use them with caution, not giving the leader reasons for displeasure. In short, as we said earlier, dog’s behavior imitates man’s. In people, jealousy is also a complement of insecurity in its right to possess. The more confident the person feels, the less he is prone to jealousy. What dо you think about this video? Make sure you tell us more in the comments down below. If you like what you see, don’t forget to share it with others who might like it as well. It just might be the highlight of their day! Enjoy!

Published: July 8, 201829,787 plays$44.10 earned
Husky Greets Her Owners Through A Tiny Doggy Door38s

Husky Greets Her Owners Through A Tiny Doggy Door

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 the top-5 keyword searches on the Internet. People say that, over time, dogs start to resemble their owners, both in looks and in behavior. Whether it’s the animals that start imitating their humans, or the humans start to identify themselves with their dogs, it doesn’t matter, there are hundreds of photos online where dog owners look almost exactly like their dogs! This is why we decided to show you a hilarious video of a Siberian Husky who never fails to welcome her owners in the same way: peeping its large head through a ting doggy door and speaking to them in full sentences. Watching this is a must if you want to literally laugh out loud! Many people have seen funny videos where Siberian Huskies howl to their owners, play the piano or the flute, or even try to sing along to a famous musical composition. " The Talking Husky " is the favorite search category you can even play to your guests and make sure they have a good laugh to highlight the evening. Dog owners know that most canine breeds can get to be very vocal and “opinionated” only if you spare some time to talk to them. As we said earlier, living together, both dogs start to imitate the mood and the behavior of the owner, and the owner starts to imitate the attitude and the noises its pet makes in return. It is a normal way of communication when there are no other means available. Huskies are known to be very talkative. If you pay enough attention to the development of their “communication skills” from day one, they will respond to your words addressed to them in a tirade in their canine language – howling and low growling. With Huskies, you can go a step ahead and teach them to sing in response to your singing. It is easier for them because they almost never bark, but thanks to the wolf blood running in their veins, they howl beautifully with overflows. At the top of the page, you can see Nora, the Siberian Husky who never fails to welcome her owners by throwing a tirade of canine scolding on those who were so heartless as to leave her home all alone (not really, but explain that to Nora, if she leaves you space to talk)! If her owners leave home without her, Nora the husky likes to let them know how she feels. Needless to say, they have some funny conversations! Hearing them coming back, she first peeps her large Husky head through the small doggy door, greets them back politely but then she gives such a reproachful look you do not want to be in their shoes! He is quickly let out of the house but her lamenting continues from outside the house. Oh, Nora! If you love dogs as much as we do, share this video on social media or tell us a story of your beloved four-legged pal in the comment section below. And remember: dogs rule!

Published: June 27, 20187,136 plays$10.93 earned
This Adorable Puppy Cannot Wait To Go Out For A Walk 39s

This Adorable Puppy Cannot Wait To Go Out For A Walk

Nora the Siberian Husky and Oscar the Dachshund are two dog-next-door type of canines that have taken over the Internet with their spontaneity, friskiness and the love they share towards their family. In this video, Nora, who at the time of the shooting was still just a pup, is pleading the owner to go out and take its precious walk. She is so restless and high-strung with anticipation that her mood slowly leaks out of the screen and infects whomever is watching the video. With every movement, every twitch of the muscles, she signals to her owner that it is high time and she is more than ready. Signals? No, “ trumpets ” is the correct term! Oscar is close by, as always. He wouldn’t mind a nice walk around the neighborhood, but his age and wisdom tell him that good walks come to those who wait. Being delighted about going for a walk is practically universal amongst the canines. If you touch that leash, lace up your shoes or do whatever suggests even the distant prospect you are going for a walk, your dog is probably excited. However, different breads are making use of the sacred walk time for different purposes. Though many dogs like everything about a walk, there are at least three categories of dogs, based on what they most love about their outings. Siberian Huskies, such as Laura, are strong slay pullers with a lot of stamina and their instinct tells them to pull, no matter what. So, dear Nora owner, good luck on your walks!

Published: February 9, 2018175 plays$0.74 earned
A Cat Enjoys Time Chasing Virtual Mice On A Wall Projector1m48s

A Cat Enjoys Time Chasing Virtual Mice On A Wall Projector

Many cat owners marvel at the event of their cat sitting in front of the TV screen and observing birds, fish or mice on the glowing planes. Other cats coming from less tech-savvy households can be seen staring out of the window for hours, seldom mumbling to themselves. We can call this Cat-TV and it is an “extension” to your kitty’s personality. Its instinct demands it. This, however, is not innate to all prey animals. Dogs, for example, hunt together in packs by running after, surrounding and killing their prey. This is why cute Fido cannot hold himself from chasing after the frisbee. Cats use the ambush strategy, like in a mouse hunt . This entails detailed planning. This entails making a careful observation. As you can see from the video, cats are very vision-sensitive. They detect shapes similar to those of their prey. The cat owners have laced a projector showing rat forms moving randomly on the wall. You cannot see a typical rat there, but a computer simulation, and a crude one. However, that kitty killer instinct prompts the cat to react immediately. The smell factor is absent, the depth of the screen has been checked and then double checked but the game still goes! The kitty levels up: instead of the rats, a laser dot appears on the screen but our kitty decides to invest even more of its energy. And it seems very happy hunting! What we can do is provide our felines with enough stimulation to make them as happy and as content as they make us feel when in their presence.

Published: February 7, 201878 plays$0.19 earned
Playful Dogs Go For A Hunt After A Remote Control Car2m58s

Playful Dogs Go For A Hunt After A Remote Control Car

In the very distant past dogs and wolves were brothers. In order to survive, they had to chase after other animals and birds for food. Through years and years of evolution, aided by selective breeding done by us, their best friends, certain parts of the hunt sequence have been changed or receded according to each breed’s purpose. So, the chase instinct in dogs is already present from birth. However, the very process of domestication has also formed a link between dogs and humans. Dogs actively seek opportunities to play with us because they seek our approval. Such is the case with the two dogs in this video. Their owners claim the dogs love to have fun, that they love to chase things and work their prey drives. In order to test this, one day, instead of the dull stick or the ragged tennis ball, one of the owners introduced a new toy – remote control cars! There was no difference as to what they were chasing. They did it playfully and furiously around the backyard and had a great time! The funniest part is that the Dachshund , even though very much smaller than the Siberian Husky , is far fiercer and relentless in the RC pursuit. The stubby-legged doggy just won’t give up, chasing and barking after the strange fast-moving gadget. It all depends on the dog breed and the purpose it was meant to serve. "Herders orient, eye, stalk and chase, retrievers are good at the chase, grab-bite, terriers have strong chase, grab-bite and kill-bite," a canine expert says. Nowadays, with some exceptions, our herders, retrievers, pointers, sight-hounds and terriers are not used for their primary purposes. Yet, knowing their primary purpose can provide us with some information on how to use satisfaction of their prey drive.

Published: February 7, 201864 plays$0.24 earned
Watch This Wiener Dog Being Too Lost In A Pair Of Pajamas1m09s

Watch This Wiener Dog Being Too Lost In A Pair Of Pajamas

Regardless of whether you consider yourself a dog person or a cat person, you just cannot deny that dogs are simply – cute! Dogs dressed up in custom-made clothes are even cuter! We can’t think of anything sweeter than a sausage dog in pajamas! Just imagine, now you can purchase custom-made pajamas matching your dog. So cool! This video is a proof that Wiener dogs are just amazing and that they can rock any kind of clothes! Oscar got a new pair of pajamas and his owner decided to record him as he runs around the house in them. He is absolutely adorable! Oscar is showing off his new Pj’s to his friends, the cat who traditionally is not really interested in anything the silly dogs have to show, and the Siberian Husky who also wears a custom-made sweater. Little Oscar is ready to take a nice and comfy nap after he is done with playing around. “Our Wiener dog , Oscar, loves being dressed up, being snuggled and being warm. But he has never had a pair of pajamas that went around his hind legs too. This made him a little confused and unable to walk. The result was too cute,” the owner said laughing. This one minute video of Oscar running around with his Pj’s will definitely make your day brighter! Do you buy clothes for your pets? How do they behave in them? Tell us a funny story in the comment section or send some of your hilarious videos!

Published: January 10, 2018175 plays$0.79 earned
Dog Gets Trapped In Onesie, His Husky Sister Comes To The Rescue1m26s

Dog Gets Trapped In Onesie, His Husky Sister Comes To The Rescue

These people have to be careful about leaving sweatshirts, pants or PJ's out, otherwise Oscar the wiener dog will crawl inside and make himself comfy. Although he does this often, he doesn't seem to realize he could get stuck. Comfort first, risk later. In this case his owners could have easily helped him out, but the teamwork from his husky big sister is just so heartwarming! Oscar’s owner ZestyMike tells his girlfriend that he turned his back on the dog for a few minutes to go to the restroom and when he came back, the wiener dog had wrapped himself up in his owner’s onesie and made himself comfortable. And who wouldn’t, they are so warm and cosy inside. But onesies are also terribly confusing, so when Oscar’s humans started calling him to come back out, the wiener forgot which way was out and got stuck in the fluffy onesie! Oscar sees the end of the sleeve and light poking through, but what he does not figure out is that the hole in the sleeve is too small for his body. He’s tiny, but not THAT tiny. While he struggles to set free, his big sister Nora the Husky was right there to help him out, but not before making fun of him for being a silly little pup.

Published: November 20, 2017275,536 plays$845.29 earned
This Wiener Dog Is Fascinated By A Cat Toy3m03s

This Wiener Dog Is Fascinated By A Cat Toy

If you are a fan of social media platforms like Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and so on, then you’ve must have heard about Oscar the little sausage dog. He is so famous that you can’t miss a day without seeing a picture of him on the Internet. This video shows Oscar playing with the family cat’s toy. He really enjoys it! Stop it, Oscar, can’t you see it’s a cat toy? Oscar is a dachshund dog and originally he was intended to be a “breakup pup”. He knows exactly how to cheer you up, even when you’ve got the slightest frown forming on your face. He always knows when someone is in need of comforting. A fun fact about him is that he enjoys licking tears. This little sausage dog is so adorable that he is able to make an impression wherever he goes. His owners say that Oscar has always been more of a cat than a dog. Ant this video is a definite proof of that, caught on camera and uploaded for all the Internet to witness: Oscar loves to play with cat toys! His owners bought their cat a new toy and his reaction was hilarious! Watch him being so passionate about playing with a mere toy for cats. He does not chase the rotating butterfly toy as it was meant to be played with, but instead, he barks at it and bites it nervously. Watch this playful Wiener dog as he plays with a cat’s toy. His clownish antics and silly looks will melt your heart!

Published: October 13, 20174,187 plays$3.66 earned
Don't Text and Drive! 56s

Don't Text and Drive!

We were driving home from vacation and passed a girl who was texting. She was so oblivious that she didn't realize her bumper was on the verge of falling off and endangering people behind her. It was swinging out to the right of her car and could easily be seen in her side mirrors, but she wasn't paying attention. We managed to get her attention and get her stopped to safety so that she wouldn't hurt anyone around her. So add this to the countless amounts of reasons to not text and drive!

Published: September 19, 20176,744 views
Cardboard Boat Races 3m36s

Cardboard Boat Races

Have you ever thought about rowing down the river in a cardboard box? Every year our Alpena Michigan has Cardboard Boat races and it always drives a crowd. It was a lot of fun to watch and enjoy.

Dog Stairs DIY 2m42s

Dog Stairs DIY

Our Dog Oscar hasn't been able to get onto our new bed because his doggy stairs are too short. So I took all of our leftover wood and assembled a stair set for him! Now he can reach new heights he has only dreamed of!

Published: July 26, 201747 plays$0.12 earned
Husky furious that doggy friend won't play with her2m50s

Husky furious that doggy friend won't play with her

Don't we all just want to play? The worst feeling ever is being bored and not knowing what to do with yourself. Well that was the situation that was going on here. During a rainy day in Michigan, Nora the very bored Husky attempts to force her canine pal out of the bed so that she can have a playmate. What a hilarious moment captured on video! What would you do if none of your friends wanted to play with you? You have three options really. The first is to force them to play with you. The seconds is to sulk and complain about how bored you are. And the third is to do something else either alone or with other people. Well this dog did a little bit of a combo with numbers one and two. Dogs have to be fairly active throughout the day, it's apart of their natural being. That's why we take them for walks and play games like fetch with them. A rainy day can be a dogs worse nightmare. Check out this hilarious husky!

Published: May 27, 20171,634 plays$5.16 earned