Dogs do amazing things for us in our time of need. They make us laugh when we're sad, rescue us when we're in danger, carry our groceries when we're lazy (If you missed the one dog on the planet who does that, click here.)
Charlie the dog opens and closes doors all by himself. This is a great thing if your arms are full with groceries, but it's something else entirely if you don't feel like spending your afternoon at the dog park.
First bears on the green, now cats! Pretty soon the Masters will have an animal category.
YouTube user TheEpicKid99 recently shared a video of a meower that decided to interrupt a mini golf match. But instead of joining in on the putting fun, the cat acted as a particularly tricky hazard.
Don't tell these two hoo they can and can't be friends with.
Cleo the owl and Forbi the cat are buddies, as this video shows – even though cats typically order birds off the menu.
The unlikely pair, whose video has been shared more than 100,000 times on Facebook, are owned by Brazilian biologist Andre Costa, according to the U.K.'s Telegraph. They met at a young age and have been inseparable ever since.
Shopping can be an addiction – and clearly this French bulldog needs his next hit.
Lucky for him, like a crazed contestant on Supermarket Sweep, this pup is ready to roll thanks to his placement in a shopping cart. But before he really gets moving we just have a few questions about the strange noises coming from his mouth.
Did he fur-get his shopping list? Is it time to close up shop and go to the vet? Thankfully, three simple words in the video's caption, "he breathes heavy," clear up any thoughts of Frenchie malfunctions flying through our heads.
They must be giving away dog treats in aisle 10. Get a move on, cameraman!
Golf fans are used to seeing Tigers on the green, but this may be the first time bears have tried their paws at putting.
Blizzards will blow his mind.
Everyone's favorite feathered grandnephews – Huey, Dewey and Louie – are back, and they're more precious than ever.
Breaking bad news to your dog can be ruff.
Especially when your dog is as passionate as this one, a husky who takes the news that it's time to leave the dog park like a punch in the gut.
The pooch howls like he's in pain when he's informed it's time to bid the dog park goodbye. There's lots of whining and bellowing, and he turns his head away from his pleading owner in disgust.
The pup makes a scene that grabs even the other dogs' attention (and, according to the video's caption, it's a daily occurrence). One of his pals needs to tell him: "Your friends are all laughing at you, buddy."
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