We all know getting photos of our pets can be difficult, but we can show you a few times it worked out perfectly! Here are some adorable animals that will make your day!
Subscribe to Talltanic 19. Notice Me When your parents are obsessed with their computers, it’s just so hard to convince them to chose a game of fetch over Facebook. Keep trying, you guys. You’re making progress!
18. Downward Dog Yoga is most certainly away to feel inner and outer body strength. This peaceful pup is the literal definition of downward dog. If he can squeeze in a 10 minute morning session, can’t we all?
17. Treat Yourself It’s so important to treat yourself like a queen or king for a day every now and then. We don’t even know who got this cat to cooperate enough to take this snapshot, but we’re grateful for it.
16. A Glass A Day When you’re feeling down or like no one understands you, nothing is better than relaxing on the couch with a nice glass of red wine. This pup definitely understands life’s daily struggles. Enjoy yourself, little guy. Pour us a glass while you’re at it.
15. Handy Cat How many cats does it take to screw in a lightbulb? Typically zero. But this guy’s got his owner’s back all the way through! Nothing is more electric than the love between a pet and his owner!
14. This One's On Me Drinking alone can be really sad or totally awesome and empowering! Looks like this frisky guy is trying to pick up another canine companion. He should buy her some chow on the rocks.
13. Interview Ready This little guy looks like he’s going somewhere important, like a job interview or someone’s graduation. We hope his resume is filled with skills like “housebroken for 6+ years” and “ 4 years experience in barking for treats”.
12. Classy Is My Middle Name This curly cutie is most definitely on a first date. He looks nervous, but he shouldn’t be with that sling cardigan and tie. Not to mention, the ladies love guys with curly, luscious locks. And also, he sort of looks like the most recent star of “The Bachelor”, Nick Viall. We love you too Nick! Writer's note: Not sure if this is enough Nick commentary, as this photo was not from the Google “Labeled for reuse with modification” page
11. One More Drink It seems like this brazen bulldog thinks he can drink any guy at this bar under the table. Obviously, the best way to get everyone’s approval is to buy them a round of beers!
10. Bunny Work It takes a lot of of brass to be the boss at a big company. This bunny is looking mighty cute behind this custom made desk. We hope he meets his quota for this year.
9. Smile Most importantly, remember that only you can validate yourself and determine your own worth! Dance, smile, and laugh at your own jokes. You’re a superstar!
8. Dog Food We love carbs. We love dogs. We love dogs dressed as carbs. Honestly, could it get ANY better than this? We really do not think so. What do you call a yorkie with his head stuck through a slice of bread? Terrier Toast! That’s corny, but we like it.
7. Rainbow Dog It takes a lot of confidence to dress in color when everyone else is used to you dressing in black and white. This dazzling dalmatian is winning over all of our heads with his fun pattern. Also, we think he’s probably a big Lisa Frank fan. If you don’t know who Lisa Frank is, look her up.
6. Along For The Ride Nothing in this world builds more confidence than eating right and exercising every day. This tiny little maltese looks so happy to be on the fitness journey with her owner! You go girl.
5. Fitting In When you are confident enough to hang out with the big dogs, you know you are a big shot! This cat looks scared, but ready to engage in some serious husky talk. Just be cool, man.
4. Relaxin’ Sometimes, you just want to eat a plate of muffins and take a load off. This bulldog probably is watching reruns of “Golden Girls” and ignoring all phone calls until further notice.
3. Perfect Brows What is better than walking into the nightclub with some perfectly arched eyebrows? We wonder if he used a pencil or a brow shadow.
2. No Pictures Please Nothing in the world can comparing to the suaveness of this guinea pig in this pink shades. Maybe he’s super famous and the paparazzi won’t leave him alone.
1. Pug Jeans A good pair of jeans can make you feel like an invincible god or goddess! This little black pug looks great in his designer duds. We wonder if they are Levi’s, Seven’s, or True Religion??
Check out the world's rarest dog breeds ever! From the weirdest and smallest to the most dangerous and biggest dogs, check out this top 10 list of rarest dogs on earth! Subscribe For New Videos! Watch our "Pets You Should NEVER Release In The Wild! " video here: Watch our "Most EXPENSIVE Dogs In The World! " video here: Watch our "Pets That RETURNED Home After Being LOST! " video here: 12. English Foxhound The English foxhound is an old breed that was recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1909. In 1995, there were only 35 foxhounds registered with the AKC. Bred as hunting dogs, they were used in large packs for foxhunting. Known for their loyalty and gentleness, the English foxhound is today considered a good companion for an active household. The foxhound is a small dog that can weigh between 55-75 pounds. At one time, British hunters put down their dogs at the age of seven, because it was believed the dogs lost their effectiveness as a hunter. Today, foxhounds are retired at the age of seven and are often put up for adoption. Another interesting fact about these dogs involves their fur. If you have a dog allergy, this may be the dog for you: they are light shedders. Rubbing the dogs down with a damp cloth minimizes the shedding even more. 11. Harrier The AKC first recognized the harrier in 1885. This old hunting breed hails from England. They were bred to hunt in packs for rabbits and hare, hence their name, “harrier”. The harrier’s appearance is so similar to beagles and foxhounds that some people mistake the dog for one of those breeds. Like with foxhounds, a weekly wipe down with a damp cloth minimizes shedding. Harriers are outgoing and friendly dogs who like an active lifestyle. And they’re known for having a sense of humor and for being the “class clown”. Because of their independence and breeding, they need lots of training and exercise. It sounds strange that such a fun-loving breed would be considered rare. But when England outlawed hunting hares by chasing them, the demand for the dog dropped. Some enthusiasts are concerned the breed will go extinct in ten to fifteen years. 10. Norwegian Lundehund Lundehund is Norwegian for “puffin dog”. This breed comes from the remote Lofoten Islands off the coast of Norway. They were bred to hunt puffins on steep vertical cliffs and have six toes on each foot and elongated rear footpads. Like many hunting breeds, they are smart, energetic dogs. A good Lundehund could catch 30 puffins a night. Puffins nest in caves and these dogs developed the flexibility to be able to go in there and get them. Their heads can bend straight backwards until they touch their spines. By the 1900s, nets were being used to catch puffins instead, and need for the dogs declined. As with the harrier, when the need declined, so did the breed. There are very few Lundehunds left in existence. 9. American Foxhound The American foxhound is leaner than its English cousin. It was bred in the United States to hunt foxes and other game. Like the English counterpart, they are bred to hunt in packs and can run for hours while giving chase. The breed was created by crossing French and English hounds in the 17th and 18th centuries. George Washington, in fact, owned American foxhounds and bred them. As foxhunting in a group declined, so did the breed, making them rare despite all of their good traits. If you have one, it could be related to George Washington’s dogs! 8. Otterhound The large, stocky otterhound, which is slightly longer than it is tall, hails from Great Britain. It’s body shape allows it to trot at a slow pace for long distances. It has a rough outer coat and an oily inner coat that protects it both from brambles and cold water. This strong, athletic breed was bred to hunt otters, (again, ergo the name), and they even sport webbed feet. The otterhound’s sense of smell allows the breed to track otters through running water and over all sorts of terrain. The otterhound’s strong prey instinct gives it a single-minded intensity when on the hunt. Its temperament, though, is amiable and affectionate, making it a good family pet. But its ability to think on its feet and hunt alone makes for a rather stubborn dog. Not traditionally kept as a pet, the otterhound breed retains a lot of the qualities originally bred into it. Otter hunting reached its peak of popularity in the years preceding World War I. However, in 1978 England banned otter hunting because water pollution had already hurt the otter population. Two years later, Scotland also banned otter hunting. The packs were broken up and the dogs sent to private owners or mink hunting packs. Origins Explained is the place to be to find all the answers to your questions, from mysterious events and unsolved mysteries to everything there is to know about the world and its amazing animals!