Picture this: You're chilling in the house with Josh and Andre when a scary big-teeth pit bull just walks right in and starts peeing on everything.
It is physically impossible to sit through this montage of happy-go-lucky dogs blissfully sticking their heads out of a moving car window without cracking a mile-wide smile. Go on — try it.
There's teaching your Siberian Husky to play dead, and then there's teaching your Siberian Husky to play dead like a low-rent villain from a super-hammy grindhouse flick.
An impromptu Russian reenactment of Louis Malle's 1958 film noir classic Elevator to the Gallows was thankfully interrupted by one extra's scene-stealing heroism.
Somewhere, deep within the dark wintry woodlands of Old Russia, a tenacious pit bull is tugging at the bark of a tree branch forever on the cusp of becoming a stick, yelping and gyrating as he goes.
Montana the 10-year-old Yellow Lab may not be the smartest canine around, but what he lacks in spatial visualization abilities he more than make up for in Chewbacca noises.
A litter of tiny Scottish Terrier puppies crowded around the same goat's milk bowl produces a natural phenomenon known as a "Scottie Pinwheel."
A three-legged dog who was spotted by a supermarket's surveillance camera helping himself to a treat from the pet food aisle has become an overnight sensation in his home country of New Zealand.
Well, that was certainly something wasn't it?
Look at him! Look at him. Are you looking? Look harder! What if I told you he goes to bed like this every night? Look again! Look!!!