Jan 152014
Abandoned Dog Is Best Friends With Paralyzed Cat

This adorable animal friendship story by OrlandoSentinel has gone viral, amassing over 400,000 hits in less than two weeks.

Three months ago, Ruth the paralyzed cat and Idgie the dog were both abandoned and later rescued by animal services.

Now, the two survivors are inseparable.


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Jan 152014
Husky Says No To Kennel

John Ventresco‘s eleven month old Husky Blaze is quite the conversationalist.

When told to go into his kennel, Blaze answers with a clear “No, no, no!”

This ten day old video of Blaze being talkative has gone viral with over 750,000 hits


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Jan 122014
Smart Dog Turns Off Alarm Clock, Hits The Snooze

The web just recently saw the smart dog who climbed on the counter and stole chicken nuggets out of the toaster over. 

Now, this new video featuring another smart dog is trending. 

YouTuber A1994B3 explains that he has been sleeping in recently, and has finally figured out why. 

Even though his alarm clock has a snooze button that must be held down to turn off the alarm, his boxer Kermit has figured out how to activate the snooze, and shut off that darn annoying noise. 

Good dog! Or bad, perhaps. Depends how you look at it. 


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Jan 122014
Norwegian Association Of The Blind PSA Demonstrates Why Seeing Eye Dogs Are Better Than The Alternatives

For some terrible reason, people in Norway apparently don’t take too kindly to seeing-eye dogs for the blind.

The Norwegian Association of the Blind and TRY Apt explain that it ‘could have been worse’ in this commercial from May that has gone viral recently.

What if that blind person in your cab had a sheep service animal? Or that blind shopper had a duck


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Jan 112014
Powerful Dutch PSA Explains That Service Dogs Are Also For People With PTSD Who Have Seen Too Much

Dogs are of course the most ubiquitous service animal for the seeing impaired.

But this dramatic new dutch PSA by dutch advocacy group KNGFGeleidehonden explains that service dogs are also for people who have seen too much. 

The ad showcases a soldier in a gruesome battle scene who is awoken from his nightmares by his service dog who realized he was struggling with his demons during his slumber.  

The ad is further featured on HyperVocal


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