They might be man’s best friend, but dogs get a bad rap. They’re always thought of as the dim pet; cats are meant to be much more intelligent. These dogs put paw to keys to show that slobbering on everything is not their only talent.
Planking is so over. Breading? Yesterday's news. Sandwiching hasn't really hit mainstream yet. Now is the time when we, as a people, cry out for a new internet trend to fill the void. And to that I say: coon-hounding.
I've always wondered what the world looks like from a dog's point of view. After watching this video, now I know. Kelsey Wynn outfitted his Great Dane, Bishop, with a GoPro and took him to the dog park to play. You get to see everything Bishop's see and it looks so freaking fun.
Dogs, they’re not quite the internet sensation that Cats are, and I think that’s a tad unfair. They can do awesome things too, just like this incredible balancing act. Hell, I’ve tried that many a time over the years and always landed flat on my face.
Of all the times you've played fetch, it's doubtful you've ever empathised with that poor stick. Today, that changes. One enterprising canine owner mounted a Go Pro cam to a stick, and now the world knows. It's cute and frightening!
You thought the war dog craze of '11 was over, didn't you? Surprise! KitUp's got a nice little look at soldiers in Afghanistan, and the strategic strays they befriend. This video contains both puppies and a SAW machine gun.
Some Basic Guidelines for Marriage Proposals: Probably don't wear a dorky blue baseball cap. Definitely don't wear a red backpack. Definitely definitely don't wear denim-on-denim. Maybe don't propose somewhere you'd be equally likely to kill someone and bury them.
Commercials have become so effective at focusing on what us human people want that we can't stop watching them. Oh scantily clad women. Oh short attention spans. Dogs can join in the braindead fun now too, there's a commercial made with sounds only a dog can hear.
I love shoes. I love dogs. So how much do I love these art sculptures of dogs made from shoes? More than dogs love to eat shoes. Dogs. Shoes. Love. YES. They're made by Vinti Andrews, who repurposed classic Nikes like the Air Max 1, Air Force 180 and Dunks to create this sorta vibrant and fiery pet art.