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These Fluffy Dogs Look Like Teddy Bears! (19 Photos)

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Read more: http://cheezburger.com/2760709/these-fluffy-dogs-look-like-teddy-bears-19-photos

We Rate Dogs shuts down man claiming not all dogs are good

If you’re going to talk shit about dogs on Twitter, be aware that you are at serious risk of online abuse.

We Rate Dogs, as name suggests, is a Twitter account that “rates” dogs, except the scoring is slightly skewed because all dogs are good dogs. Duh.

If you aren’t following the account yet, you’re missing out on some top-notch, 13/10 pup action. Check out some of these puppers:

Fighting for the all the good doggos around the world, the account will occasionally shut down anyone who tries to say that bad dogs exist. If you’re new to the world of dog memes, it’s a grand old time.

On Wednesday, popular Twitter person and self-described “normal dude” Brandon Zaboklicki a.k.a sexualjumanji, made the mistake of making the false claim that there are some bad dogs in the world.

We Rate Dogs saw, and asked the man to rethink his stance on bad dogs. He did.

The original tweet has since been deleted, but the regret process is still very much intact. Given that We Rate Dogs has 2.69 million dog-loving followers, it’s safe to say he endured the full wrath of dog Twitter.

When reached for comment, Zaboklicki confirmed his recent revelation.

“I think all dogs are good,” he wrote via DM.

With more than 92,000 followers, Zaboklicki is no stranger to some attention on the site, but he described his experience of feeling the wrath of dog Twitter as a “wild night.”

We Rate Dogs is basically the mafia for dog memes.

Read more: http://mashable.com/2017/07/13/we-rate-dogs-bad-dogs-shut-down/

Humble Dog Gives Back To Dogs Still On The Streets

We all like to think that people will never forget where they came from. That after making it anywhere in life, they will always give back and be humble too. That they will remember what their struggles were…That exactly how Lana the dog acts.

  • Via: Facebook/Suelen Shaumloeffel

    Lana remembers the hard days. (Given they weren’t so far behind her) She wasn’t born into privilege or a loving home. The adorable 8 month old puppy was rescued off the streets in Brazil by her now owner Suelen Shaumloeffel, but still remembers her time on the streets. 

    So how does this adorable always smiling dog give back?


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    Shaumloeffel recently discovered that her puppy, who sleeps outside in her own doggie pad, has been dragging her blanket out to share with a homeless dog. Due to the recent drop in temperature in the region, Shaumloeffel didn’t think Lana’s think fur coat would be enough to keep her warm, so she gave her another warm thick blanket. Once she saw that Lana was taking the blanket and sharing it with a homeless friend, her heart melted. 

    She also started to try and help the homeless dog stating that she’s been leaving water out for the local stray, but is unable to give it more help because it runs away scared whenever she tries to approach.


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    Suluen told the Dodo “I thought, ‘How beautiful that she did that for her friend’. My best four- legged friend reminded me of something so important: generosity. She is the nicest little dog I’ve ever met. We forget something the difference we can make in someone else’s life.”

    Lana will always give back , and because of her kindness she can create a domino effect. We hope that Lana will continue, and more people will follow suit! 

Read more: http://cheezburger.com/2716165/humble-dog-gives-back-to-dogs-still-on-the-streets

These photos of cheetahs and dogs playing will melt your freezing cold heart

It’s common knowledge that everyone on this planet or everyone who counts, at least loves dogs.

They’re fun to be around. They’re a comforting presence. Just one look at their cheerfully lolling tongues and dopey, wagging tails is enough to make you think the world might not be such a terrible place after all.

Well cheetahs and human beings may not have a lot in common, but this is something they do have.

Thanks to a gloriously viral tweet from Andy Stardust, the internet has recently discovered that cheetahs and dogs actually make great best friends.

According to a follow-up tweet from Stardust, pairing “support dogs” with nervous cheetahs is actually not at all uncommon in the States (Mashable has reached out to ZSL London Zoo with some questions about this practice, and we will update this article if we receive a response).

Needless to say, the internet was all for it.

The practice isn’t just restricted to cheetahs, either.

If those photos and gifs haven’t immediately been bumped into your top five most adorable things ever, then it’s possible you need to take a look at yourself.

Read more: http://mashable.com/2017/06/28/nervous-cheetahs-support-dogs-friends/

Zoos Are Pairing Cheetahs With Dogs For Emotional Support”

Dogs have long been considered man’s best friend, but their characteristics of loyalty and protectiveness have also earned them the lesser known title of “cheetah’s best friend.” That’s right; dogs are being used more and more frequently to assist in conservation efforts to preserve the endangered cheetah in captivity.  

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    Since the 1980s, zoos have assigned companion dogs to cheetahs that are involved in the zoo’s captive breeding program.

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    When paired up the cheetah looks to the dog for cues and models its behavior and over time adopts the dogs happy-go-lucky vibe. It’s then hoped that they will feel more relaxed and more likely to reproduce.

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    The primary goal of comforting cheetahs through this unusual partnership is to make them at ease in their captive environment so that they will be able to breed with other cheetahs

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    Shyness and anxiety don’t bode well for a breeding program, so the inter-species friendships that the cheetahs are able to form with dogs can actually benefit the long-term survival of this rare cat.


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    The dogs enlisted by the zoos are typically rescued from shelters, giving these homeless canines a new purpose in life.

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    Cheetah cubs are paired with canine companions at about 3 or 4 months of age.

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    They first meet on opposite sides of a fence with a keeper walking the dog on a leash. If all goes well, the two animals are able to meet for their first “play date,” although both are kept on leashes initially for safety.

Read more: http://cheezburger.com/2598917/cheetahs-can-be-so-shy-that-zoos-pairs-them-dogs-for-emotional-support

These Baby Cheetahs Use “Support Dogs” To Relax And It’s Seriously Adorable

On Monday, a Twitter user shared anadorable new thing he learned about the relationship between cheetahs and puppies.

Because of their nervous nature, cheetahsare often given emotional support dogs in zoos. Twitter user@IAmCultHero, known as Andy Stardust on the platform, enlightened his followers by postingpictures of the pair frolicking in the grass.

You know, for relaxing cuddles and fun playtime.

His post, which has since gone viral, features four snapshots of the cheetah and pup dynamic IRL.

It’s unclear where the photos of a cheetah and his yellow Labrador retriever friends originated, but one thing’s for sure: they are downright adorable.

I cannot handle the cuteness. Just look at thatprecious smooch!

After some commenters questioned whether support dogs were really used in zoos, Andy followed up with a link to a ThoughtCo. piece that outlines the zoological strategyto chill the vulnerable cheetahs out.

Obviously, zoos want all their animalshappy, but nervous cats like cheetahs need to be calm in order tomate.

In fact, since the ’80s, the San Diego Zoo Safari Parkhas given its cheetahs puppy companions as a part of its captive breeding program.

Animal Training Supervisor Janet Rose-Hinostroza described the processin an interview withThoughtCo.,

When you pair them, the cheetah looks to the dog for cues and learns to model their behavior. It’s about getting them to read that calm, happy-go-lucky vibe from the dog.

Because humans often use emotional support animals (even mini horses!) for similar stress-relievingresults, I can see how this would work for big cats.

More peoplechimed in on Andy’s post, saying that they’ve seen dogs used as cheetah aids, too.

Twitter user @Champ_Dawg9 made my heart melt even more when he replied with photos of aand hisdoggie support.

It’s just so sweet everyone deserves a BFF.

But also, did you know that cheetahs meow?

My mind is officially blown.

Read more: http://elitedaily.com/social-news/pics-of-baby-cheetahs-using-support-dogs-at-zoos-are-adorable/2006460/

17 Ridiculously Amusing Dogs Wearing Hats That Will Make Your Friday!

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    Trying to play it cool with the “wink”

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    Think he is vacation ready?

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    A true fan

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    Oui, Oui…. La baguette avec du fromage!

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    Whose the prettiest princess!

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    It’s Called The Cat in the hat, Janice.

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    Made Him a sailors hat… he’s taking it very seriously.

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    Das whats up.

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    Hey! There’s A new Sheriif in town… so you better behave!

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    Okay… Ha!

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    Ha cute. Now settle down

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    Cinco De… Food?

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    Dear Diary.. Today was a relaxing day at the pool.

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    Is it just us… or does she look better in this hat than we would?

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    He’s ready for the snow.

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    The choosing hat said Hufflepuff…. he wasn’t pleased.

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    Da na na Batman…s

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    No more school!

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Read more: http://cheezburger.com/2527237/17-ridiculously-amusing-dogs-wearing-hats-that-will-make-your-friday

10+ Adorable Before & After Pics Of Dogs Growing Up (Add Yours!)

Time flies by so fast, especially when we’re watching our little canine friends grow up. It seems like just yesterday, I brought the little puppy that could barely fit in my hands home, and now he’s all grown up… Can you relate? You’re not alone!

A few days ago, we asked Bored Panda users to share pics of their dogs growing up. Now, we’ve picked out the best ones, added our own selection of pics, and put together this adorable list! Compiled by Bored Panda, the list features pics that are so cute, it’s impossible to look at them without saying ‘aww’. Keep on scrolling to check them out and feel free to submit your own!

#103 5lbs/115 Lbs. Love My Big Boy

http://www.boredpanda.com/dogs-growing-up-before-after/

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