If you’re like, oh, the whole Frisky staff, you woke up this morning consumed with anxiety — nay, dread — over the potential turnout of tonight’s election. You know what you need? A good puppy video.
Well, it’s not good for the puppy. He can’t get that damn doorstop. Poor thing. [Glamour]
Is there anything better than puppies? No. The answer is no. [YouTube]
Why do they even bother with bunnies on Easter? Unless, English Angora rabbits were the official Easter bunnies, then I would understand. But they’re not. Regular rabbits are, which aren’t nearly as fluffy in the face. I’m not a “squee-er.” In fact, I hate that word, but you can’t deny puppies with bunny ears. You just can’t. Actually, this is more than just an Easter video. Watch it year-round if you’re pissed about anything. Oh, and have a very Happy Puppy Easter! [You Tube]
So, Feb. 5 is the Super Bowl, which means the Puppy Bowl will also roll into town the same day for those of us who care way more about cute pups than pigskins. The annual festival of wagging tales and furry faces kicks off on the Animal Planet on Sunday Feb. 5 at 3 p.m. EST, and this year, rather than a typical kitten cheering section, the show will feature a piggy pep squad. So yes, we’ll be watching. Click through to see the starting lineup at this year’s Puppy Bowl!
These pups really put the “happy” in Hanukkah. The yarmulke-wearing, payot-growing, Star-of-David sporting doggies featured here know their latkes from their blintzes and so on. As we Frisky Jews (Ami and I) celebrate the festival of lights, we wish all of you — and your pets — a great holiday season.
Sometimes it feels as if the Internet has crawled into my brain, uncovered repressed thoughts, and given them their own domain name. In the case of “Ryan Gosling Vs. Puppy,” a Tumblr blog which pits a picture of The Gos against a similar picture of a puppy, the web has unearthed my very own Sophie’s Choice. I love Ryan Gosling. I love puppies. But WHICH IS CUTER? Here are 10 examples. You might be surprised by the choices I made. Weigh in with your own picks in the comments of each slide. I am so glad life off the internet is not so cruel.
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Speaking of things that make me cry: PUPPIES! Specifically this 11-week-old pitbull pup named Harper who escaped death, well, three times by my count. Harper was born with debilitating “swimmer puppy disorder,” in which they cannot walk and survival is unlikely. First, she was abandoned in a trash bag where she would have died if she hadn’t been found and brought to a shelter — to be euthanized. A shelter worker named Erica Daniel brought her home one night, telling “The Today Show” she was planning on “letting her sleep in bed with us, and having her humanely euthanized in the morning.” But it was not to be! After Harper managed to stand on her own four paws, Daniel was inspired to keep the pup and take care of her in hopes that she would someday be able to walk and thrive. And look at Harper now! I am a blubbering mess right now. Check out the “Today” segment after the jump. I will virtually share my Kleenex. Keep reading »
It may be small in stature, but this baby duck is completely terrorizing that innocent puppy! I know because his bark sounds exactly like Lucca’s when I practice playing Katy Perry’s “Hot N Cold” on my ukulele. Keep reading »
Cute! But I’m muy embarrassed this salsa-dancing puppy’s got better moves than I do. [Guanabee] Keep reading »
Meet Norman, a 20-month-old Briard (although Julie says he looks like a Muppet) from Canton, Georgia. While Norman likes standard puppy activities like fetch, eating trash, and barking at shadows, his favorite way to pass the time is by riding his scooter. Above, Norman in action. I clearly need to be encouraging Lucca to be more ambitious. [Dlisted
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