Zombie Dog

One of those pictures taken at just the right time...

O Dear!!

I can't believe Ms. Bridges did THAT!!!

Coming Back To Life

In Redford Michigan owner comes home from work to find his dog alive after being put to sleep.

1 minute 20 seconds

Take That!

Dog rule!  Let's face it folks!

So How Do You Want This Thing Prepared?

For some reason the cat doesn't seem to mind... Might not know what is for dinner?

Scardy Dog

Poor guy just saw what happened to Old Yeller...

Beagle Puppy Vs. Rottweiler

Lucky for the little dog this rottweiler is a nice one...

Nut Shot

Poor dog shouldn't have jumped at that moment...

Greatest Cupcake Ever!

Can I have it?!  Can I have it... Please!!!

The Saddest Dog In The World

Poor guy just hates sweaters...

Are They Done Yet?

Poor dog is skin and bones... Need Food... NOW : )

Talented Terrier

At first I thought this video was a joke but this Jack Russell Terrier does some pretty cool tricks.

3 minutes 4 seconds

Dog Surprises Officer After Being Freed From A Fence

This poor dog gets caught in a fence after trying to jump over... Watch what happens next : )

Aww... Can You Feel The Love?

I believe that is a White Pitbull and a Siberian Husky being nice to one another.

Here is a deaf White Pitbull below who still knows her tricks.

29 seconds
One way to find out if your dog is deaf is to see how it reacts when it is sleeping.  If you've noticed that when calling it's name you are not getting any response.  Try calling its name in a dark room.  If your dog still does not respond turn on the light, if it's ears and or head perks up.   Your dog may be deaf.

To Taco Bell!

And make it quick!!!

3 Boxers

All in the fam, a few of my friends dogs together again.

This Dog Loves A Good Vacuum

That is one dusty dog!(knee slapper)

42 seconds


Does it get any cooler than these two dogs... I think not...

Pool Side Doggy

This dog is having the time of its life going down the slide. Dogs do get Swimmers ear just like humans so beware of that. This video is just 24 seconds long.

Certain dog breeds with long, floppy and hairy ears like schnauzers, cocker spaniels, retrievers are more likely to get Swimmers ear.
Canine ear infections can be caused by water (which of course means that dogs who enjoy swimming are more likely to get them), allergies, excessive buildup of ear wax, or foreign bodies like seeds in the ear. Another common cause is parasitic insects such as ear mites. It is safe to use human solution in your dogs ear.
When infected, your dog’s ear will become inflamed and may discharge a black or yellowish fluid. There may also be a foul odor. Ear infections can be irritating and painful; your dog may show his discomfort by obsessively shaking his head, scratching his ears, or rubbing them against furniture or even sometimes your leg.
Common symptoms of dog ear infections can be
frequent scratching of ears and shaking of head,
possible whining, obvious discomfort,
A foul-smelling, pus-filled yellowish or dark discharge.
Dark-colored debris in ear, similar to fine coffee grounds.
You can treat an ear infection at home using a herbal product called Echo Gold. It has an effective natural antibiotic and anti-inflammatory action that fights a dog’s ear infections. It also helps the dog relax.
Want to know how to rid your dog of ear mites? Click here!

Dogs And The Silly Things They Do

Another video to brighten up your day!
1 minute 30 seconds
I like the skydiving dog.
Music by Queen "Your my best friend"

They Got The Blues

At least they have someone to cry to...

Funny Dogs

This should get a laugh out of ya, or at least a smile!

1 minute 20 seconds

Epic Dogs In Slow Motion

Even if it is a commercial it is still pretty cool... Everything is better in slow motion, even dogs...

The Puppy Transporter

Every mother's dream!

Dogs And Polar Bears?

2 minutes 18 seconds
This is incredible! Dogs and Polar Bears frolicking about and getting along with each other. It's really fantastic to see these enormous Polar Bears playing with these tiny dogs which in essence could crush and kill on a whim but instead they long for attention from the dogs and have fun with it. I assume the Polar Bears are well fed. Although the dog at the end of the video appears a little uncomfortable considering the situation it is in. I still thought it was interesting.

Happy Valentine's Day From This Husky

Watch as this amazing husky says "I love you", just in time for Valentine's Day!

German Shepherd Rescued From The Los Angeles River

In case you missed this story like I did, here it is. Last month 50 firefighters responded to a German Shepherd trapped in the Los Angeles River. Lowered in by a helicopter U.S. Firefighter Joe St. Georges risks his own life to save this poor K-9 from the river.

Officials sate that the male dog nicknamed "Vernon" is doing fine.

After the rescue...

1 minute 29 seconds
Vernon is a little shaken up but I'm sure he is relieved to be rid of that situation. Found with no tags and no microchip the owner is unknown?
I for one do not agree with implanting dogs with microchips. It seems a bit inhumane and unnecessary doesn't it? What do you think?


Beagle's are small to medium sized dogs. Which are my favorite kind of canine. Big dogs can be harder to handle and can cost a lot more to maintain and feed.
Beagles have been around for what is said to be over 2,000 years but the more modern breed, came from Britain around the 1830's including the Talbot Hound,the North Country Beagle,the Southern Hound and possibly the Harrier.
Beagles are intelligent, but as a result of being bred for the long chase are single-minded and determined, which can make them hard to train. They are generally obedient but can be difficult to recall once they have picked up a scent and are easily distracted by smells around them. They do not generally feature in obedience trials; while they are alert, respond well to food-reward training, and are eager to please, they are easily bored or distracted.
Although Beagles are bred for hunting, Beagles are versatile and are nowadays employed for various other roles in detection, therapy, and as family pets as well.
Beagles are used as sniffer dogs for termite detection in Australia and have been mentioned as possible candidates for drug and explosive detection.
Because of their gentle nature and unimposing build, they are also frequently used in pet therapy visiting the sick and elderly in hospitals. In June 2006, a trained Beagle assistance dog was credited with saving the life of its owner after using his owner's mobile phone to dial an emergency number! In the aftermath of the 2010 Haiti Earthquake a Beagle search and rescue dog with a Colombian rescue squad was credited with locating the owner of the Hotel Montana who was subsequently rescued after spending 100 hours buried in the rubble.
Beagles have an expectancy of 12-15 years which is typical for a dog it's size.
Regulate what you feed a Beagle for it will eat as much as it can handle and can cause health problems and become overweight.
Beagles may be prone to epilepsy(which can be controlled with the right meds), Hypothyroidism, hip dysplasia, immune mediated polygenic arthritis(which can be fixed with steroids).
Their long floppy ears can mean that the inner ear does not receive a substantial air flow and the moist air may become trapped. This can lead to ear infections for other dogs with the same long floppy ears. Beagles may also be affected by a range of eye problems; two common ophthalmic conditions in Beagles are glaucoma and corneal dystrophy. "Cherry eye", a prolapse of the gland of the third eyelid and distichiasis, a condition in which eyelashes grow into the eye causing irritation, sometimes exist; both these conditions can be corrected with surgery. They can suffer from several types of retinal atrophy. Failure of the nasolacrimal drainage system can cause dry eye or leakage of tears onto the face.
Beagles may exhibit a behavior known as reverse sneezing, in which they sound as if they are choking or gasping for breath, but are actually drawing air in through the mouth and nose. The exact cause of this behavior is not known, but it is not harmful to the dog.
The Beagle has an even temper and gentle disposition. Described in several breed standards as being "merry", they are amiable and generally neither aggressive nor timid. They enjoy company, and although they may initially be standoffish with strangers, they are easily won over.
Beagles are excellent with children and this is one of the reasons they have become popular family pets, but they are pack animals, and can be prone to separation anxiety.
Alongside the Bloodhound, the Beagle has one of the best developed senses of smell compared to any dog. In the 1950s, John Paul Scott and John Fuller began a 13 year study into canine behavior. As part of this research, they tested the scenting abilities of various breeds by putting a mouse in a 1-acre (4,000 m2) field and timing how long it took the dogs to find it. The Beagles found it in less than a minute, while Fox Terriers took 15 minutes and Scottish Terriers failed to find it at all. Beagles are better at ground-scenting (following a trail on the ground) than they are at air-scenting, and for this reason they have been excluded from most mountain rescue teams in favor of collies, which use sight in addition to air-scenting and are more biddable. The long ears and large lips of the Beagle probably assist in trapping the scents close to the nose.

Golden Retriever Saves Young Man From A Cougar

Amazing story of a kid and his dog "Angel". 11 year old Austin went out for fire wood and was nearly mauled by a cougar. Instead his trusty dog Angel defends his owner by getting in between the cougar and the 11 year old Austin. He is lucky to be alive! If it wasn't for his dog Angel, who knows what could have happened?

6 minutes 33 seconds

On The Way To The Vet

This German Sheppard really doesn't wanna get fixed!  Can you blame him?

Scuba Doggy

This dog is ready to go diving ASAP.

Puppy Power!

German Shepherd playing with puppy.

48 seconds
I believe the puppy may be a Teacup Chihuahua but I'm not positive?

German Shepherd

The German Shepherd was the first dog ever to be used as a guide dog for the blind. German Shepherd Dog also know as Alsatian,Berger,Allemand,Deutscher,GSD,Schäferhund and Schäfer.

Today the German Shepherd is one of the most popular breeds in the world. This breed was developed in the 19th century by Max Von Stephanitz.
The German Shepherd can weigh anywhere from 65-95 lbs. Males grow 24-26 inches in height and females anywhere from 22-24 inches. The jaws are strong, with a scissor-like bite.

They are very alert,energetic,curious, very intelligent(considered to be third among the smartest of breeds),bold, hard working,highly adaptable and extremely agile with great stamina and endurance. Although they are very weary of strangers. The German Shepherd does not like to be left alone for extended periods of time. They learn quickly but do not respond well to harsh training. Like many dogs you just have to be patient.
Daily brushing is encouraged to prevent the dog from shedding especially during certain seasons.
They are exceptionally talented in tracking, schutzhund, agility, obedience, fly-ball, and ring sport. The German Shepherd is often used in police work, search and rescue, as a guide for the blind, and military work.

They get along great with other animals and children when raised with them. Take note though, an Australian report from 1999 (over ten years ago) provides statistics showing that German Shepherd Dogs are the breed third most likely to attack a person in some Australian locales.
In the United States, one source suggests that German Shepherd Dogs are responsible for more reported bitings than any other breed, and suggest a tendency to attack smaller breeds of dogs. Take into consideration though that the German shepherd represent a higher proportion of the population than other breeds and because of the use of German Shepherd Dogs as protection, may sway the numbers a bit.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which advises on dog bite prevention and related matters, states "There is currently no accurate way to identify the number of dogs of a particular breed, and consequently no measure to determine which breeds are more likely to bite or kill."
German Shepherds are prone to such health issues as blood disorders, chronic eczema,
digestive problems, elbow and hip dysplasia,
epilepsy, flea allergies .

Teaching Your Dog To "Leave It"

I think teaching your dog to leave something alone is a pretty important. So here is a video that may help you.

5 minutes 13 seconds

Dog Attacks It's Own Foot

If you have not seen this than your in for a real treat. This Golden Retriever must be playing around because it tends to think it's paw is trying to take it's bone away? Makes me laugh every time!

Balancing Act

This dog can balance the ball pretty well on his snout. Sure he may need the fence a couple times but does fairly good in my opinion.

33 seconds

Guilty Dog

I don't know what this dog did... but I am gonna find out!

Rid Your Dog From Ear Mites

7 minutes 26 seconds
It is recommended to see your Vetinarian for these kind of treatments, although we all know how expensive that can be. The way she explains it in this video seems to be pretty simple. She says almost everything twice and in great detail. Do not use a Q-tip on your dogs ears for this procedure or while cleaning the dogs ears(My personal recommendation). Make sure the dog does in fact have mites. Of course be gentle and be careful.

Worthless Laptop

I thought this was pretty funny, lady finds some kind of use for her previous laptop.

1 minute 35 seconds

Skidboot The Amazing Dog

From charity to performing on the Oprah show,Jay Leno, this dog gets around. Leads horses around but there is a down side to this story, Skidboot is going blind.
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