When you work as a filmmaker, watching one of your cameras get destroyed is like watching part of your livelihood disappear. But it’s hard to be upset when the perpetrators dismantling your expensive equipment are a actually a pack of curious arctic fox pups—or kits, as they’re more accurately called.
Barney and Cabot are golden retrievers. The man on the snowboard is Barney and Cabot’s dad. Barney and Cabot’s dad is using his good boys as transportation. Barney and Cabot are in an fluffy wonderland of unbridled joy. Barney and Cabot’s dad can be forgiven for using a selfie-stick because he is filming Barney and…
Shooting 360 degree video, which can be viewed on Youtube, Facebook, or with a VR headset, was once reserved for professionals with a professional budget. Over the last year, we’ve begun seeing a number of manufacturers releasing 360 degree cameras that promise high quality immersive video at a price point that…
Why hello Pegasus the dog. His human Dave Meinart has filmed Pegasus every day of his life on a treadmill and made this time lapse of sorts so you can see how the cute pup grows into a loving big dog. I always wish they could stay puppies forever but the growth is in the memories.
OK people, stop doing whatever the hell you're doing. Stop working, stop eating, stop loving or hating. Stop. Stop and watch these perfect OMFGAFASDGASDGHJDFG photos of puppies swimming underwater by Seth Casteel. Because nothing else matters, really. Nothing. Nothing but puppies.
OR7, the wolf who journeyed from northeast Oregon to California, found a mate and has just sired these three puppies. They're the first born anywhere near California in at least 100 years and these are the first pictures of them.
His name is Carlos B. and he is adorable.
Okay, so this research into the phenomenon of twitching baby mammals (in the words of University of Iowa psychology professor Mark Blumberg, “literally every mammal that has ever been looked at” twitches) is really interesting, but I’m not going to dress this post up in futuristic scientific regalia (I was thinking a…
You might as well just call it a day now, because look at this baby puppy spinning in a puppy-sized bowl. It's the very first GIF created by renowned dog photographer William Wegman, best known for his pictures of Weimaraners in various costumes and poses.
I registered designskunkworks.com, thinking it would be a good name for an Internet product company, not realizing that Skunkworks was a real, trademarked facility run by Lockheed Martin—or that you can now threaten to sue people just for registering a domain name.
Here is a font made entirely of chocolate labrador puppies because awwwww.
A recent graduate of Northwestern University, Taylor Barrett felt nervous about leaving Walnut, her 11-week-old Chihuahua puppy, home alone while she was at the office all day. But instead of overpaying for a too-luxe doggie daycare, she turned to technology for the solution.
It's Easter, so you've probably got a day of egg hunts and bunnies and pies that don't really make sense. But take a moment to soak in this UNBELIEVABLY ADORABLE video that basically distills the essence of Easter down to its core: cute bunnies, chicks, and puppies for no gosh darn reason at all. Enjoy! [YouTube]
Be warned, this video starts off horribly sad, but it's still a fascinating behavior from one of our primate cousins. Baboons in Saudi Arabia kidnap feral puppies away from their packs, bringing them up in the baboon family.
Baby Sirius Black needs a home! Berry, the German Shepherd dog who played the pup version of the animagus Sirius Black, is up for adoption. Hurry now to save Padfoot!
Alien possession comes in many forms, as this clip from The Hidden 2 proves. There's Kyle MacLachlan, transferring his alien life essence into another man, in a wonderfully tender moment. And then there's the fluffy dog and the tentacle monster.
The New York Times' Year in Ideas is one of my favorite end-of-the-year lists because it's smart. I mean, they're the best ideas of the year. Here are the 5 bestest ideas of the year. Like getting liquefied when you die.
The Korean Customs Service just got six new employees: a set of Labrador Retrievers cloned from a top drug-sniffing dog. Soon, they'll be rooting out heroin smugglers, and getting a good whiff of your dirty laundry.