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VIDEO: Ultimate Dog Tease

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“If you are my best friend, you will not be mad if I make fun of you…” And that is a such nice excuse.

Now we had a good laugh on this video and you will too. It’s a classic. This video by klaatu42 that we found on YouTube is really hilarious! Well dogs love to eat and we all know it. They are food obsessed! Have you tried teasing your dog by showing him some food? If you did, you know that he reacts by wagging his tail and barking energetically while eyeing the food on your hand like it is a winning lottery ticket. It is kind of a “cheap shot” to tease our dog with food but have you ever wondered what is behind their bark? What if he can talk? Do you know what he is going to tell you?

This video did a good job on that part. It earned over 140 million hits on YouTube with positive remarks! The dog in the video is really cute and adorable and a total entertainer. His facial expressions are utterly priceless! You will probably watch it over and over again and laugh in that same manner too (again and again).



The owner is teasing his dog about its favorite food and the dog is actually speaking its mind. The dog is probably asking his owner, “What kind of best friend are you?” And the owner will be like, “It’s okay doggie. After all, I saw you steal my food last time when you thought I wasn’t looking.”

Food is definitely the ultimate dog teaser. It is actually cute to make fun of them once in a while. It may seem mean to laugh at its frustration but, oh well, laughter is the best medicine right? (Just try telling that that to the dog!)

You will know what I mean after you watch the video so here it is:

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VIDEO: Dog Tries To Get Statue To Throw Stick

Video - Dog Tries To Get Statue To Throw Stick
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Say hello to Robbie, a border collie crossed with an Australian kelpie (or so what his owner assumes he is from what his parents saw at the Countryfile program). In this video by jamiegoodwin87, Robbie goes sort-of-loco when an inert and apathetic “stranger” sitting on a bench adamantly refuses to throw a stick for him. The “stranger” actually is just a bronze statue.

Perhaps, in Robbie’s eyes, this guy is some bored old man in the park, waiting to be entertained by his dog-ish antics. However, Mr. Bronze Statue appears to love just staying how he is right now – unmoving. He clearly doesn’t like the idea of moving one bit just to throw a stick for Robbie. Robbie nonetheless continues to offer the stick to Mr. Bronze Statue, to no avail. It’s charming and perhaps an accolade to the sculptor that “art so conceals its own artistry” (gold star for anyone who recognizes that quote!)

Poor Robbie. Ahh, if he only knew! Or, on a second thought, if only Mr. Bronze Statue would come into life for a couple of minutes for Robbie’s sake and throw the stick! Maybe that’s what happens when the humans aren’t looking… 😉

Border collies are medium-sized dogs highly prized as industrious herding dogs of livestock, especially sheep. They usually come in black and white coloration, but other color combination exists as well, such as chocolate and white or sable and white. Border collies are often tagged as the most intelligent breed in the dog kingdom. As proof, this breed always finds itself joining competitive events and sports due to its impressive degree of athleticism, agility, and instinct, often bringing home the winning trophy. Because they are like dogs on a constant dose of stamina pills, border collies demand more than a walk around a block and appreciate plenty of opportunities for play or work that can take advantage of their extremely energetic trait.

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33 Dog Toys You Can Make From Household Items

33 Dog Toys You Can Make From Household Items

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We found a great tutorial listing 33 dog toys you can make from things around the house! The link is after our introduction.

There’s more benefit to dog toys than most dog owners would assume. In fact, the fun your dog derives from playing his toys is just the tip of the iceberg. More like the bonus than the actual benefit.

Toys offer not only entertainment but also stimulation to our pet dogs. Being a source of pleasure, a simple tennis ball or puzzle toy can keep our buddies occupied, preventing them from getting their paws or teeth on furniture and wrecking the whole place to release their pent-up physical and mental energy while we are gone. Remember that dogs are similar to children. If we don’t present something constructive, thought-provoking, or physically engaging to them, they may end up exhibiting bad habits you will certainly never like. Many species of dogs simply need something to do and in the busy modern world, we unfortunately don’t have time to just romp around with them all day.

Dog toys, interestingly, can also help prevent the development of behavioral problems among our canine companions. Interactive toys in particular command notable mention. A couple of these toys at home while you are not around will keep boredom at bay for your dogs that are left alone. These toys are usually stuffed with kibble or food and intend to kindle your dog’s interest in figuring out on his own the means to release the treats. Along the way, you dog will surely acquire some problem-solving skills. Chewing toys are perfect too in redirecting your dog’s chewing instinct and attention from more valuable household items, plus they help maintain strong teeth and jaws.

While toys can definitely get the job done in keeping your dog happy, healthy, and stimulated, safety should naturally be of utmost priority. Anything that is a potential choking hazard is a no-no. This includes small shreds or pieces from severely damaged, cracked, or torn toys or household articles.

So with all this said, here is the tutorial for 3 fun toys you can easily make for your dogs: http://thebarkpost.com/3-dog-toys-you-can-make-from-things-around-the-house/