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The new movie trailer for the mega-popular "50 Shades of Grey" has gotten a furry makeover. Two cute pups star in this parody video where they trade whips and chains for collars and leashes.
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This dog and a fire truck seem to be in sync.
According to CollegeHumor, it turns out that "purebred" dogs are really just human Frankenstein projects. The result of generations of inbreeding to develop and concentrate desirable attributes, which sounds pretty unsavory in itself, not to mention the increased health problems caused by such forced evolution. It seems "mutts" are the way to go as they're the product of more natural selection and tend to be a whole lot healthier. So, instead of dropping a bunch of dough on a "pure" canine, hit up the local pound for your new furry best friend!
We all love animals, so the internet has delivered big time with these two videos. In clip one, a goat got stuck in a wooden play area. In clip two, a Bull Terrier enjoyed jumping around his puppy cohorts while they just stood around and watched.
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These dogs don't need a door when there's a window!
Hobbes is a two-year-old Golden Retriever that loves to eat corn on the cob. When his owners are done with their corn, Hobbes is there to make sure the leftovers aren't wasted.
An eight-week-old Pitbull puppy, Clyde, coming to lay beside a smiling 10-week-old baby, Eisleigh, sounds like Internet gold. Well, here you go, internet gold and probably one of the cutest things you'll ever see.
Ed Bassmaster is known for the funny stuff. Except this time he has a bone to pick with a dog walker who refused to clean up his dog's poop. However, this violent encounter might not be what it looks likes.
Just like little kids, dogs can be entertained by the simplest things in life. Take Spungo for instance, he just loves playing in a bucket of water, so much so, that he'll be at it for hours. And we have no problem watching every minute of it!
Rebecca hadn't been home in two years, so her reunion with her dog was a memorable one. Her loving dog was so excited and happy to see Rebecca that it passed out in the driveway.
Chewy's back legs don't work, but that has never stopped him from having fun, because he loves to cruise around in his doggy wheelchair. Jo and Brent Ponto decided to foster Chewy from the Seattle Humane Society and he is having a great time with the family. The Pontos joined RTM to discuss the dog and their desire for him to be adopted.
Some timely rescues caught on camera. In clip one, lifeguards heard a little boy screaming out at see and it was the RNLI to the rescue. In clip two, firefighters carry a dog to safety from a housefire.