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Apocalyptic footage of fires raging in Southern California1m04s

Apocalyptic footage of fires raging in Southern California

On Friday, November 9th (2018) there were two aggressive fires burning in Southern California. Tense footage shows the coastline from Malibu to the Hollywood area. It seems the fire may move over the tops of the mountains and continue towards the Pacific Ocean.

Published: November 9, 20182,137 plays$5.30 earned
Huge Newfoundland finishes birthday steak in seconds45s

Huge Newfoundland finishes birthday steak in seconds

Samson the Newfoundland has officially turned three years old. His family decided to celebrate this occasion by giving him a delicious steak. He is so excited he forgets all his manners and climbs on the table and stops listening to his owners. Well, it’s Samson’s special day, so they are happy to see him enjoying his meal and all the attention! Happy Birthday Samson!

Little girl preps her giant puppy for Halloween57s

Little girl preps her giant puppy for Halloween

Tonight is Samson’s first night of trick or treating, so his best friend Sierra knows she needs to go over the rules with him to make it a successful night! Listen to the hilarious rules she decides are most important for her puppy to know!

Huge Newfoundland really misses his best friend1m00s

Huge Newfoundland really misses his best friend

Samson hates Mondays, not because he has to go to work, but because his best friend has to go to school. Watch as Samson comes upstairs, which he rarely does in search of Sierra, his little girl best friend. When his owner asks what’s wrong he seems to cry that he can’t find Sierra. The only thing that seems to help is suggesting they go outside to play. Don’t worry Samson, she’ll be home soon!

Mom documents hilarious bedtime routine with huge Newfoundland2m12s

Mom documents hilarious bedtime routine with huge Newfoundland

Bedtime is often a struggle for parents when they have young children. Here we have a video of a young and very awake little girl. That alone can be a struggle to get her to go to sleep. Now, add a 165 pound energetic Newfoundland to the mix and Mom is instantly over her head. Watch her completely lose control as the two have an epic and adorable pre-sleep game of tag, tug of war and chase! Mom just decides to let it play out for a while as the sight is amusing and they seem to be having too much fun. But finally, Mom drops the hammer and both seem to get the point.....we think. Hilarious duo!

Newfoundland Plays Balloon Volleyball With Little Girl1m03s

Newfoundland Plays Balloon Volleyball With Little Girl

If you love kids and you are in love with our furry friends, well, then, you are in the right place with this video. Grab the popcorn, your puppies, at least one balloon and children and prepare yourself for some afternoon at home entertainment. You will be cracking up at this Newfoundland dog playing with his little buddy and the funniest looking yellow balloon (plus a smiley face drawn onto the balloon) in their living room. These two friends and one balloon are having the best time jumping up on the couch and teasing each other with who can get the balloon. This puppy is so focused on playing he does not even realize he is a big old puppy in a small lounge, knocking over furniture and scrambling around. The funniest part is when the puppy tries to climb the wall to get the balloon as it rises away from him. Teasing him for a few minutes. This video is serious cuteness overload!! Our recommendation is to find your puppy, kids and add a balloon (must have smiley face lol) and you will be laughing in stitches on the floor for hours (if the balloon lasts). So have a few back ups of smiley balloons. The more we watch this video, the funnier it gets. Over and over again. We recommend you watching this clip a few times, and with your sound on is a must! At the middle of the clip, we were on pins and needles waiting for the balloon to pop and see what would happen. Would the puppy run and hide? Would the Newfoundland pup bark? Watch to find out! Now that we think about it this 'game' is a really entertaining way to get all that energy out of the kids and puppies on a rainy, cold day inside. So, thank you for the idea guys! This is a Win Win for families who want to get all that energy out during the day (or night)! We have to add this is such a sweet, sweet family. We love when kids interact with dogs so naturally and with so much love. We hope this balloon fun time goes viral and trends and we hope this gets kids inspired to play more with their puppies in their own creative way. Just a warning, keep an eye incase the balloons pop into many pieces. Then we recommend you clean up right away so the kids and dogs don't accidentally inhale the parts. This way you can have safety at home and safety first! After watching this video for the 50t time, we are now tempted to try this balloon game with my dogs at home and see how they will react. We are sure they will go crazy scared or try to eat it just like this cutie! Overall, such a sweet family, fun game and when we try this at home we will have my video waiting to capture the cuteness.

Newfoundland seeks out snack left on table19s

Newfoundland seeks out snack left on table

Samson the 165 pound Newfoundland has discovered some food left on the table. His owner usually stops this behavior but decided to let it go as she had the camera rolling and it was quite a scene to see. But, she is definitely going to need to spend extra time cleaning that table!

SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket soars over Los Angeles1m18s

SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket soars over Los Angeles

A SpaceX rocket named Falcon 9 was seen over the skies of Los Angeles on October 7th. Many people watched in awe of the light show. This is the first time Falcon 9 has launched from the west coast. What a sight!

Counter-surfing dog gets caught in the act46s

Counter-surfing dog gets caught in the act

Samson is caught red handed checking out all the food in the table and counters in the kitchen. Once he realizes he is caught and possibly in trouble, he fights back by barking at his owner. Samson is probably trying to make a good argument about why he was doing it and how he is totally innocent of any wrongdoing. Oh Samson, we see right through you. Hilarious!

Giant Newfoundland Soccer Game Turns Pretty Exciting33s

Giant Newfoundland Soccer Game Turns Pretty Exciting

Samson the giant Newfoundland dog and his little owner Sierra are the best of friends. They spend many evenings together, playing games and cuddling on the floor. One of their all time games to play together is soccer and it is always entertaining to watch. The pup is much bigger than the small girl and their shenanigans are hilarious to watch! From time to time, Samson the Newfoundland gets a little too excited and goes absolutely crazy. Watch as this huge pup pounces on the ball as soon as Sierra brings it out to start the game. You can see how much he loves soccer the minute she drops the ball onto the floor. He pounces like a puppy and starts running around the living room floor with a huge smile on his face! There’s no stopping this whirlwind once it starts. Even though Samson is 160 pounds and runs straight at little Sierra, she continues laughing seeming to know he will be just careful enough to not hurt her. You can hear the little girl’s voice saying how they are so good at soccer and we will have to agree. These two make a great team as she kicks the ball across the room and the big dog goes to stop the pass. The massive Newfie even jumps across the furniture to try and stop the ball! Watch how fast this game escalates! The excitement is almost too much for Samson to take, and he starts darting from one side of the room to another looking for the ball. Sierra doesn’t look worried at all when the big dog comes running right at her. She knows he would never to anything to harm her. Sierra runs away from the crazy pooch and dives on the chair, using a pillow as protection, but the Newfie follows, grabbing the pillow and exposing the little girls hiding place. These two are hilarious to watch with such a huge contrast in size. It is beautiful to see such a small girl best friends with such a large canine! Newfoundland dogs are very large working dogs. They originate from Canada and can be either all black, brown or white and black. Newfie’s are known for the gigantic size, intelligence and strength. They are also known for their loyalty. They are fantastic with children, as you can see here, and make great companions. They were bred to work with fishermen as a working dog on the coast of Newfoundland, but have since become a very popular family pet. They are extremely calm and docile dogs by nature but can act like puppies at any age. They are known as the gentle giant and love to cuddle and be loved! They have a very sweet temperament and take well to other pets and small children, despite their size. Newfoundland dogs can often be found as therapy pets, being very kind and gentle with seniors, children with autism and other disabilities and bring a lot of happiness to anyone that they visit.

Newfoundland only behaves when owner isn't watching58s

Newfoundland only behaves when owner isn't watching

Sierra is trying to train her stubborn but sweet Newfoundland to walk well on a leash. Sierra is clever enough to sense Samson is acting out because Mom is overseeing the operation. Once she has Mom leave and hide inside, Samson quickly starts to walk happily with little Sierra. The bond between Newfoundland dogs and children is very strong and they were bred partly to watch over and accompany children. They are certainly a great match and Samson takes his role as guardian and friend very seriously, even though he often gives her a run for her money!

Fearless squirrel calls aggressive hawk's bluff34s

Fearless squirrel calls aggressive hawk's bluff

This has to be one of the bravest squirrels ever. Hawks are extremely powerful predators and could easily crush a squirrel. But this squirrel seems to show that courage and attitude can be an even more powerful quality. Watch this hawk try to intimidate the squirrel only to find the squirrel decides to call the hawk’s bluff. We can learn a lot about life from nature. Even when the cards are stacked against you, if you have the will and determination, you can conquer what some would call the impossible. You go squirrel!

Published: September 24, 2018871 plays$1.72 earned
Little Girl’s Magic Trick Involves Adorable Canine Assistant53s

Little Girl’s Magic Trick Involves Adorable Canine Assistant

Beginner magician Sierra shows off her “magic” tricks, utilizing her adorable assistant Samson the Newfoundland. Sierra may need a lot of work perfecting her tricks, but it doesn’t matter because the two put on a great show anyway! Cuteness overload! In this adorable magic show, you will see beginner magician Sierra showing off her new "magic" trick she has been working on. She utilized the help of her giant and giant assistant, Samson who is a full grown Newfoundland dog. The two working together make this video super sweet, even if the trick still needs some work to perfect! In this video you see Sierra, full of energy and excitement to unveil her newest magic trick with her assistant Samson. She has set up her stage near the front door of her house and prepares to show off some magic to the camera. She picks up a fuzzy blanket and announces "Now for my next trick..." and we wait with baited breath to see what adorable shenanigans she has up her sleeve. When she announces that she is going to need the help of her canine assistant, she tries to pull the giant Newfie over to give her a hand, but the dog must weigh more than she does, because her feet literally start to slide out from underneath her as she tries to pull Samson over onto the camera. At first he is not very cooperative, not understanding his role in this magic trick. Sierra pushes him into place gently, giving the command to "stay assistant, stay assistant!" Samson finally gets the drift and falls into place, blocking the whole camera view with his giant head. He finally sits down and gets ready for what is sure to be the cutest magic trick in history. Sierra lets her audience know what he plans are. Samson, her assistant is going to sit and look into the camera while she makes him disappear. Now this is going to be good. How do you make such a large, furry dog such as this Newfoundland disappear into thin air? This little girl must be quite the magician to pull off such a trick! The little magician asks her audience of they are ready, counts backwards from three and makes the big dog disappear just like that. Now we know he didn't really disappear. As Sierra holds the blanket up to hide the giant dog, we can still see his head peeking out of the side. She might have wanted to use a smaller assistant for this particular trick. Trying to make such a large object disappear may be a trick for her to work towards. We will pretend that we never saw the fur sticking out from the blanket, and when Sierra again counts backwards from three, the dog "magically" re-appears looking completely unaware that he was just part of the cutest magic trick ever! The girl says "That's the end of our magic show" and starts to give her big dog love for being such a great assistant!" As she hangs off of him at the end of the video, the funniest thing happens. Samson finally takes his place and sits like a good boy. Sierra hilariously says "Great! Now you stay!" Although this magic trick might need a little work, it was a trick we could watch over and over again!

Published: September 24, 20181,484 plays$2.46 earned
Huge Newfoundland goes crazy before bedtime1m04s

Huge Newfoundland goes crazy before bedtime

Samson the 160 pound Newfoundland has a chaotic habit of getting the “zoomies” right before bed. Watch the family take cover as he rips through the house only to end it in the most snuggle ready position! Awww Samson!

Newfoundland chasing his tail moves furniture with ease33s

Newfoundland chasing his tail moves furniture with ease

Samson the 160 pound Newfoundland doesn't seem to be aware of his size or his surroundings. His owners often find chairs, lounges, rugs and even tables in different locations. Does he have a knack for interior design? We aren't sure but he seems to rearrange the furniture quite a bit. Samson seems to be in favor of a very open concept so he can freely chase his tail! Oh Samson!

Published: August 28, 20181,415 plays$3.40 earned
Huge Newfoundland gets excited for story time37s

Huge Newfoundland gets excited for story time

Eight year old Sierra wanted to tell a bedtime story to her 160 pound puppy named Samson. Samson was so excited about the story that he forgot to listen to it all! Sierra is starting to understand how 2 year olds don’t have attention spans long enough to follow a whole story. Good try Sierra, at least he seemed to love the beginning!

Massive Newfoundland moves furniture with tug-of-war match1m05s

Massive Newfoundland moves furniture with tug-of-war match

This has to be the most intense game of tug-of-war ever! Forty-five pound Sierra confidently takes on one hundred and sixty pound Samson the Newfoundland in an epic battle for the brown blankie. Sierra's Mom is amazed when Sierra manages to hold on as Samson literally moves her and the entire chaise lounge she is using for leverage. It looks almost like a strong man competition, but more adorable. Sierra held her own for a long time out of sheer determination but Samson is still the king of tug of war. So funny!

Published: August 21, 20183,785 plays$2.93 earned
Massive Newfoundland completely blocks bathroom entrance23s

Massive Newfoundland completely blocks bathroom entrance

When you think about getting a giant breed dog like a Newfoundland shown here, being blocked from the restroom may not be the first thing that comes to mind. However, if you ask the owners of large breed dogs, there are many unexpected and hilarious issues that happen. Here, little Sierra shows us a play by play on how a simple task turns into a nearly impossible one because of an adorable sleepy bear dog named Samson. So cute!

Loon and fish engage in epic battle for survival1m17s

Loon and fish engage in epic battle for survival

Loons are known to dive deep and fast and skillfully catch fish to eat. They can swim underwater for long periods of time unlike other similar water fowl. The video captured here shows a beautiful loon first beating down the catch and then after a fighting for a while, the fish seems to give up. This allows the loon to position this large fish so the loon can unbelievably swallow it whole. Watch as you can see the loon's neck completely expand as the wide fish goes down. After the battle is complete, there is a quick pause and then the loon seems to call out a victory "wooooo". What an amazing bird!

Time lapse captures variety of tumultuous weather38s

Time lapse captures variety of tumultuous weather

Have you ever heard the term, "If you don't like the weather, wait a few minutes?" Here is an amazing time lapse video showing that statement can hold a great deal of truth. Three different storms roll through this beautiful scenery while calm and even some sun break through in the middle. The winds change direction and the incredible clouds rush by showing the awe of nature. This video was taken in Northern Minnesota, where there can be very volatile weather. What a great day to catch on a time lapse!

Beautiful Time Lapse Footage Of Northern Minnesota39s

Beautiful Time Lapse Footage Of Northern Minnesota

Are you having a stressful day? Take a moment and enjoy the rolling clouds of a beautiful serene day in Northern Minnesota. This time-lapse video was taken on a beautiful day during the summer. Unfortunately, summer doesn’t last long here and the harsh winter comes quickly and stays for a long time. But, thanks to videos, we can enjoy this beautiful summer day whenever we want. Enjoy! Clouds seem to take on a life of their own in this time-lapse landscape drama from Minnesota. Where still life painters capture a single frame of the essence of a scene, in this dynamic interlude we see that the only thing that doesn’t change is change itself. The earth breathes, moves, is alive. Everything has its own frequency. The sky is a low vibration, where the wind slowly pushes white cotton candy across a thick layer of the atmosphere. The surface of the water rings like a bell in shorter wavelengths. Docked watercraft sway mesmerizingly to and fro, like the pendulum of a wall clock. Imperceptibly slower is the very blue sky, itself, which seems not at all to change, and yet we know it must eventually give way to an orange sunset. The lowest vibration is the trees, solidly and unchangingly still and green. But, what if this time-lapse captured the entire cycle of the year? Would we not also see the change in them? Orchestrated together, it is a world symphony. We are transfixed by the dreamy scene, and yet the dream too quickly ends here. Even the video author concedes that summer is a vapid dream in the north. The colors and shades are very subtle. Maybe some of us are drawn to different parts of the composition. I like the clouds, with their creamy textures and variation from white to dark gray. You may be drawn to the water, with its moving surface that reflects the sky . We see that the lake even seems to move more quickly than the sky reflected upon its surface. Sunlight spray paints the green trees on the horizon, which was green, then wan black, according to the whims of the moving clouds. The scene is therapeutic, inducing a hypnotic calm that temporarily shuts out the noise from a tumultuous world outside our urban windows. In this way, a good nature video is not only artistic but may even be medicinal. Try to imagine such a scene while wearing virtual goggles. Not every virtual world need be a violent dystopia . Give us more of this! We can only achieve such a composition with good equipment. A camera with video capability and high volume memory chip is needed, but it must have a setting that allows automatic snapshot at regular, predetermined intervals. The camera is, no doubt, mounted to a sturdy tripod. We hope the camera is either weatherproof or covered by some protector. The camera artist here certainly demonstrates the gift of the presentation itself. We hope this person pursues the craft with fastidious diligence. Perhaps the genre only attracts a small target audience, but even niche audiences have a right to enjoy what they prefer to enjoy. This is subtle, introspective drama, which contrasts so oppositely to the near slapstick of funny and cute animal videos. No need to explain our preferences, and there is no need to apologize. Not everybody will be enamored of a tranquil lake scene, but for those of us who are, watching is its own reward.

Newfoundland learns to bring item from child to mom23s

Newfoundland learns to bring item from child to mom

Samson the 160 pound Newfoundland dog has learned to bring items from his little best friend Sierra to her mom. This uses different skills than simple retrieving because he is not returning it to the same person. Samson is only two years old but gaining much understanding and also enjoys doing tasks like this because he is a working breed and thrives when he is given jobs. Before taking the item to Mom, Samson was dutifully watching Sierra in the pool and is always in that position when she swims. Although he has not been trained yet, this breed is known for their water rescue and hopefully someday Samson will be an expert water rescue dog. For now, his instincts seem to be enough for him to know to keep an eye on his best friend. That is, when he isn’t sidetracked by Mom asking him to bring her things!

Little girl reunites with huge puppy after summer vacation26s

Little girl reunites with huge puppy after summer vacation

After a long summer vacation away from her best friend, Sierra was reunited with her 160 pound Newfoundland dog Samson. You can tell they are both so happy to be together again and that they missed each other very much. Even though Samson is a gigantic dog, he is so gentle with Sierra, and she has no fear of him whatsoever. What a pair!

Published: August 8, 20181,257 plays$1.45 earned