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The most epic Pomeranian puppy sneeze ever has been captured on video

Roux the Pomeranian and his epic sneeze.”

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A thing that is real: “Great Job! Poop Emoji Dog Poop Bags”

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“You did it! Percival Peristalsis, the Positive Poop is proud of you.”

Great Job! Poop Emoji Dog Poop Bags are here, and we want them.

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Just a pug lying in a little swimming pool, snoring, with sunglasses on

No big deal.

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Homemade bumper harness saves blind dog from bumping into everything

vqGLbk “Our dog Buddy has become blind because of cataracts. My fiancé has made him this bumper harness so that he can confidently walk around the house without hurting himself!”

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“I taught my dog and cat both how to fistbump!”

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You can teach a dog to fistbump. It appears that you cannot actually teach a cat to do so.

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Cat widow to marry dog

Dominique Lesbirel, 41, is to marry Travis, a stray of uncertain ancestry, reports Richard Hartley-Parkinson for Metro.

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Watch a bunch of goofy dogs enjoy eating ice cream on a hot summer day

“Don't worry, the ice cream was provided specifically for the dogs.”

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Dog submerged in long grass occasionally surfaces joyfully

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WATCH: Cool Welsh dog helps save baby dolphin

Leia is a beautiful dog whose sharp eyes spotted a struggling fellow mammal on the beach. Leia's owner recorded his rescue of the little guy.

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A supercut of various cute animals sneezing all of the sneezes

Not sure why this is so cute or entertaining, but it's very much both.

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Gun Dog: “Part dog, part gun, all cop!”

A short film from a few years ago by 39 Degrees North: GUNDOG. “Part dog, part gun, all cop!”

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Now legal to break a car window to save a dog's life in Tennessee

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The state of Tennessee extended its "Good Samaritan law" this month, allowing people to smash a car window to save a dog from dying in a hot car.

“If you act reasonably, as any reasonable person would respond, you will not be at fault to save a life," says Nashville Fire Department Chief of Staff Mike Franklin. "You will not be at any fault to save a life and/or animals."

Apparently, acting "reasonably" includes first searching the for car's owner and calling police. I don't think I'd waste the time.

According to the Humane Society, "On an 85-degree day, for example, the temperature inside a car with the windows opened slightly can reach 102 degrees within 10 minutes. After 30 minutes, the temperature will reach 120 degrees. Your pet may suffer irreversible organ damage or die."

"It’s Now Legal to Break Into Cars to Save Dogs in Tennessee" (TIME)


(photo by Nate Christenson)

Bulldog puppies explore a slide for the first time and fail adorably

A slobbering Sisyphus.

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Dogs: Jack Russell Terrier with brain damage and movement disorder goes swimming

“Happy, who has a movement disorder, goes on a field trip to French Lake to try out her new life vest.”

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Dogs jumping rope

Better than you do, says the Dodo (who made this supercut). But hey, why compare? They jump better than we expect them to.

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Dog with muzzle taped shut now posing with hot firefighters

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Remember Caitlyn, the dog whose muzzle was damaged after being taped shut with electric tape for days? Well, she's doing much better and posing with sexy firefighters in a new fundraising calendar.

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Puppy vs Air Conditioning

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