Thursday, July 25, 2013

40 Funny Dog Gifs - Funny animated dog pictures

If you love funny dog pictures you'll love this selection of 40 hilarious dog gifs. 

40. This pup hopping up the stairs.


39. This diving corgi.

38. This majestic flying dog.


37. This pug and his bobbly doppelgänger.

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36. This intense swimming dog.

35. This dog who waited patiently for his distracted human.

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34. This trampolining bulldog.

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33. These running puppy pugs.

32. And this running puppy Pomeranian.

31. This dog who literally cannot handle all the cupcakes.

30. This puppy trying to eat.

29. This dog with fab eyebrows.

28. This dog who is dripping swag.

27. This dog enjoying a car ride.

26. This dog just grabbing the mail.

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25. This splendid desert beast.


24. This savvy dog cracking a business deal.

23. This dancing poodle.

22. This dog waiting for a statue to throw a stick.

21. This amazing balancing dog.

20. This yawning dog and his cat.

19. This scared chihuahua.

18. This fab unicorn pug.

17. This glorious soaring dog.


16. This dog who hates cabbage.

15. This dog who is too fat to get in his bath.

14. This dog stealing food from his friend.


13. This bulldog in perpetual motion.

12. This dog freaking out over a lime.

11. This jumping pup.

10. This dog who’s the victim of a mean crow’s dirty prank.

9. These Frenching puppies.

8. This pug pushing a stuffed animal.

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7. These mops that are actually dogs.

6. This dramatic dog.


5. And this one.

4. This dog getting ready for bed.

3. This dog just helping out his friend.

2. This dog who is actually a wampa.

1. And this sassy pug.

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Martin Clunes Secret Life of Dogs ITV Video

Did you know there are over 400 recognised  dog breeds?

Dogs can be found in more shapes, sizes and varieties than any other mammal on the planet and during the last few years, scientists have delved deeper than ever before into the canine mind and body and the results are mind-blowing. T

The Secret Life of Dogs narrated by Martin Clunes is one-off, heart-warming and revealing documentary , explores the truth behind dogs’ super powers, their undying loyalty and the incredible intuition of man’s best friend.

With its slow-mo footage of frolicking dogs and shots of unbearably cute puppies, you might initially consign this dog documentary with Martin Clunes narrating to the canine fanatics-only box, but stick with it. Amid the well-known facts (such as that dogs are colour-blind), there are some not-at-all-shaggy dog stories that will amaze. There’s a real jaw-dropper about Endal the labrador, who saved his owner’s life after a car hit them. 

Narrator and dog-lover Martin Clunes also reveals a few lesser-known snippets of information. For example, right-pawed dogs (ie those that lead off on their right leg) are calm, confident and self-assured so are perfect candidates to be a guide dog for the blind. 

Martin Clunes narrates this Secret Life of Dogs documentary exploring how dogs see, smell and experience the world around them, revealing insights into the behaviour, loyalty and remarkable intuition of man's best friend. The programme follows the development of a Labrador puppy from birth through to her own pregnancy as she trains to be a guide dog for the blind and also hears personal accounts of canines that have saved lives, helped to rebuild marriages and detected diseases in their owners.

Warning: the Secret Life of Dogs Documentary goes for 43 minutes and you won't want to stop.