After a loooooong and hectic week, do you know what can make you feel better? Dogs. That’s right! No matter how terrible this week, month, or year was for you, these cute dog pictures are going to make your day.
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1. Don’t eat wasps.
This is Melly. She tried to eat a wasp. Thought it was a jalapeño sky raisin. 13/10 would boop with an ice pack pic.twitter.com/XizHEsQOX2
— WeRateDogs® (@dog_rates) October 8, 2019
2. All caught up.
Was wondering why my dog was so quiet and pic.twitter.com/gsiVZwF5Yz
— The knees (@den_ise01) October 5, 2019
3. Coming to the rescue.
insane footage of a dog rescuing a trapped skier pic.twitter.com/zxJYDnp0mF
— Perfectly Cut Screams (@AAAAAGGHHHH) October 6, 2019
4. A gentle giant.
This is hands down the purest video I have ever seen pic.twitter.com/s7zcAxbxZH
— Jack Mull (@J4CKMULL) October 5, 2019
6. Took a stage dive.
AT THIS PERFORMANCE, the role of Toto will be played by: pic.twitter.com/3aFbTYQyz4
— Danny Peter Smith (@dannypetersmith) October 9, 2019
7. Don’t tell him how to drive.
French people are crazy 😂😂😂 https://t.co/yZmXE9JsBV
— StepMom Marie 🖤 (@mariebabyyyyy_) October 11, 2019
8. Totally feeling it.
Straight vibin pic.twitter.com/qygCE8LdVE
— Aussies Doing Things (@aussiesdointhgs) October 9, 2019
9. Lay off the White Claw.
me: no hoe shit tonight
me after one white claw: pic.twitter.com/ThyLm38tvZ
— gary from teen mom (@garyfromteenmom) October 7, 2019
10. Poppin’ up everywhere.
— chan (@chanbanhi) October 11, 2019
11. Felt like an eternity.
Me coming home to my dog after being gone for 5 minutes pic.twitter.com/epULgSTlxX
— Aussies Doing Things (@aussiesdointhgs) October 11, 2019
12. That should do the trick.
The dogs keep jumping the fence, a solution has been found🐶😁 pic.twitter.com/uERAWa3F37
— Owen (@TheOwenMyers) October 11, 2019
13. Spray me, not the car!
i can't even wash my dang jeep
(Brett Gerald FB) pic.twitter.com/HgQY2RFS21
— Humor And Animals (@humorandanimals) October 4, 2019
15. This guy is a gem.
Everyone deserves a little fun in life, even stray dogs. Eugene Bostick, an 80-year-old retiree, noticed that people were abandoning their elderly dogs near his his barn in Texas so he took them in, built a train to take them out on excursions and the rest is history!! ❤ ❤ 🐾 pic.twitter.com/wnGC9Tud2E
— PROTECT ALL WILDLIFE (@Protect_Wldlife) October 10, 2019