Ha! What a silly doggy!
This gorgeous lab looking dog was just chewing on a squeaky toy, then kept stopping to sing along!
Seriously! He would just squeak it a little then start singing out!
Well, less singing, more musically grumbling.
He'd make a great death metal lead singer!
Dogpocalypse? Is that name taken yet? LOLz!
Check out the video (above) to hear a funny pup growl along with his toy!
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NO WAY! There is NO WAY a puppy that cute actually exists!!
Serena Williams is sooooo lucky! Not only is he a real cutie, but he's also a great listener! Even when he's in trouble!
Here's what Serena said along with the pic:
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Have you wondered why Fido likes to chew on your favorite things?
Chances are, he or she could be sick…or worse…bored! Dogs need plenty of stimulation, physically and mentally, and if there's no love…they don't have any love for your stuff!
So how do you stop your cutie from chewing on the wrong things???
Follow these tips from the ASPCA to find out!
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Have you come home only to have your beautiful couch and linens chewed to ruins?
You're not alone!
Beth Greenwald owns a sweet pup named Hudson, a four year old Appenzeller mix.
Little did she know, her "little" pup she took home from a Venice dog adoption would turn into a 60 pound whirlwind of cute DESTRUCTION!
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Is your doggie a loud barker? What about an OBSESSIVE chewer?
Dr. Patrick and friends can help you with your canine's problem!
Andrea Arden, a multi-certified dog trainer and Animal Planet correspondent, has this tip just for you:
Invest in 5-10 durable, hollow, rubber toys that can be filled with your dog’s normal meals and special treats.
These sorts of enrichment toys provide a much needed outlet for some of your pup's mental and physical energy and will keep your puppy happily occupied 'hunting' for its food.
This helps prevent an endless list of unwanted behaviors, such as inappropriate chewing and excessive barking.
To learn more from Andrea Arden, visit her website, HERE!
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