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11 puppies that are better than people, to celebrate National Dog Day

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“I said LEFT Susan”
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Dog’s are “man’s best friend” for a rationale. They’re smart, unflinchingly loyal and have more identity in their paws than most reality Tv stars will ever muster.

Aug. 26 is National Dog Day. In homage to the greatest animal to ever prowl the earth and sleep at the end of our bunks, there is 11 puppers who substantiate beyond reasonable suspense that bird-dogs are better than humans.

This eager pooch is not simply races to react their girl pal when they reverted from academy, but carries their pouch like the world’s most courteous and cordial pet-porter

“I love you I love you I love you oh my gosh I can’t believe you’re dwelling oh my gosh I love you.”

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Teensy Buck strifes with hitches. He has the confusion of a brandy soaked prof and the cutes of … well, a puppy struggling to understand what the hitch are.

Remorseful doggo contends with how loath his owned is to forgive him. “Please just looove me.”

A puppy comforting and older bird-dog through a nightmare just might be enough to turn your concrete mettle into a plush pillow of feelings.

Rev’s been played the same Adele song since has become a minuscule pup. According to their owner, whenever this chant plays, the pitchy pooch connects in with perseverance of a late-night karaoke sesh.

If anyone plays this excited to see you, it was necessary to wed, choose, or kidnap them and keep them forever.

Free diving? No questions! Breathing is for suckers.

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This dog understands the importance of secrets.

When puppies prompt humans of our their purpose in life. To serve dogs.

This pup substantiates helpful in case your fire alarm flunks – she’s got a hybrid woof/ moan utterly nailed.

Ride sharing is so 2015. Hop in for a spin with Porter the driving dog.

Look even this cat bids it was a hound( though it doesn’t crave you to know)

Finally, a remember that while puppies behaving like humen is oft’ cute, humen barking at hounds is just confounding. Joyous Dog Day!

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Self-confident pup hates get weighed and we detect empowered

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Image: fergiesgpsmess

Has anything good ever come from stepping on a magnitude? Don’t answer that.

This german shorthaired pointer, a reproduce which we have since Googled and decided is both good and great, clearly understands the annoyances that weighing yourself can bring.

We feel you, girl.

And truly, if you have to ask what the multitude is, “youre supposed to” don’t want to find out.

After pawing around a bit on fergiesgpsmess, the Instagram responsible for the video, we discovered that she was being weighed because she was pregnant! With puppies!

If lots of adorable, sleepy-eyed puppies is the kind of act that attentions you, anyways.

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Cute little kid attempts to fend off onrush by 3 cute puppies

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New puppy period is an exciting daylight for anyone, especially a kid.

So, when AJ’s parents were introducing the son to his new puppy, they decided to hit him with cuteness overload.

After subsisting the beagle puppy tackle, AJ eventually left with his new puppy, which he named DJ.

The two thought would be get along just fine.

Bonus: Can you find the potato in this ocean of hamsters?

Can you find the potato in this sea of hamsters? By @maxknobs

A photo posted by Mashable Watercooler (@ watercooler) on Apr 1, 2016 at 7:30 am PDT

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Borrowed animals cavorting in a field are too cute for words

When language miscarries, we will ever have videos of swine being cute. And an animal sanctuary in Australia may just have the holy grail of animal #content.

The Where Pigs Fly Farm Sanctuary is a charity-run sanctuary in the Hunter Valley that acts as a dwelling to farm animals in need of a bit TLC and a lot of democracy to stray. Something easily achievable on the 100 acre property.

Their adopted farm animals frolic in enormous paddocks, free to nuzzle, delve and dance as their little centers desire.

Edna was rescued from a backyard in Sydney. Beings can ‘sponsor’ the swine via their website.

The sanctuary too happens to be bright at capturing the animal’s sheer rapture on social media.

Harriet. Rescue piglet. Superhero. Ambassador for the voiceless: the swine. #throwback #lovepigsnotpork #ihaveworktodo #wherepigsfly

A photo posted by Where Pigs Fly Farm Sanctuary (@ wherepigsflyfarmsanctuary) on Jun 8, 2016 at 1:50 pm PDT

This trio of pigs, Harriet, Dustin and Wilbur, come when called, just like puppies.

There’s a reason the word “happy as a boar in mud” exists.

Or perhaps you prefer skittish child lambs, showing their commotion for life in literal leaps and bounds.

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This grim charade of a kids’ plaything advert makes a powerful part about swine cruelty

Sometimes , good-for-nothing gets the meaning across fairly like a hard-hitting parody.

In the video above, the International Fund for Animal Welfare( IFAW) invokes awareness about the hazards of the puppy trade with a frightful charade of a children’s stuffed toy advert.

“Introducing the brand-new Suzy Puppy! ” moans a gleeful voiceover narrator as the advert embarks. “The pup that everyone loves! “

It’s not long before acts take a dark spin, though.

“Suzy comes with the destructive Parvo Virus! ” persists the narrator in a similar manner. “And conjunctivitis! And diarrhea!

“And that’s not all: constrict her, and she moans! “

The clip ends with the “girls ” immersing her plaything, before the narrator’s expres changes tone and gives a theme telling beings not to unwittingly supporting brutal puppy farming.

“When you’re buying a puppy, ever recollect P.U.P.S, ” adds the narrator. “Meet the pup’s mother. Is it underage? Check its papers. Check the pup for sickness.”

More information about the campaign can be found on the IFAW’s website.

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