Tiny Puppy Plays With Favorite Stuffed Animal

Published June 25, 2018 7,775 Plays $13.01 earned

Rumble / Dogs & PuppiesThere are but a few things in life that can make a dog happy. There is the food bowl and the kibble in it, the games of fetch they play with their owners, the treats they get whenever they have been good boys and girls and, of course, the toys. What dog doesn’t like toys anyway? They whine and they squeal and they make all sorts of other sounds that entice our pups into play.

Some like them rubbery, others like them made out of rope. This little guy, however, likes stuffed animals. His owners brought him a little toy elephant to play with and the pup is clearly smitten by the doll. Despite the elephant doll being as big as him, the pup manages to grab it and toss it back and forth, slowly but surely dragging the doll towards its house.

When inside, it seems the elephant did not want to cooperate for some reason, so the pup brings it out again, gives the doll a few extra tosses to teach it a lesson and then pulls it back inside. That should teach the insufferable elephant some manners.

We always wondered what would happen if we were to take our dogs to those massive pet store, where there are aisles after aisles stocked with everything a pup would ever want. Would the dog go ballistic with so much choice? Will it run straight for the thing they find most alluring?

Think of it as a well-behaved child. If you trained your canine companion well, going into an animal-friendly pet store should be like a walk in the park. You let your pet loose and it stays at your heel, not even looking around.

One such pup was allowed to browse at a local pet store to pick out its new toy and boy, did that pup know it was doing. The young Golden Retriever did a quick browse along the aisle, before stopping at the sock monkeys and just grabbed one off the shelf. Sure, he did make a mess while picking out the best sample and he tried to run away with it, but as soon as his mom called him, Harvey came right back, toy in mouth.

What an amazing puppy! They didn't call it a Golden retriever for nothing, it truly has a golden character! It's impossible to scold them, you cannot be angry with them for a long time, you cannot say anything bad about them. All you can do is admire and enjoy having such a friendly, loyal, intelligent and beautiful creature as your pet.

The Internet was first conquered by cats: a lazy cat, an angry cat, a cross-eyed cat, a brave cat...these were on the all-star list of Instagram, Youtube and Facebook. Photos, videos, memes, gifs, whatever you could possibly imagine to sharer online was instantly gaining immense popularity! Entire audiences of admirers and subscribers started to gather and expanded. And how did our dogs leg behind in this pet-craze? They actually did not! Dogs confidently began to catch up with the mustachioed mousers. And not only catch up, they even started overshadowing their popularity. Go, go dogs!