18 Very Goob Dog Posts From This Week

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By Syd Robinson

1. This lil’ chihuahua stayed up talking until the wee hours of the morning 😏:

Twitter: @spicegirlsam

2. This floof gave us the content we didn’t know we needed (but we NEEDED it!!!!!!!!)

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zzzZZZZzzzzzZ@zoewhiite

now THIS is the kind of content I like to see

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3. This pupper was SO HAPPY to be reunited with his hooman!!!

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ells@ellhaworth

So I’ve come back home from uni and today I took my dog on our first walk together since being back and he won’t stop looking up at me like this

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4. This doggito #swerved this other doggito so hard that we honestly deserve an instant replay:

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jedi master@sammurillo505

LMAOOO everyone deserves to see this

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5. Missy here graced us with her gorgeous double chins, thus proving she has NO 👏 BAD 👏 ANGLES 👏:

6. This sweetie did a lil’ dance around the kitchen:

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Hailey@hailey_curtis07

I have the coolest dog

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7. We witnessed the aftermath of a “big ass crash”:

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baddie@brokenbaddie

so we all in the living room and we hear a big ass crash…

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8. HE COMMUTED:

9. This sweet bb gurl did a ~sit bacc and relacc~:

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WeRateDogs™

@dog_rates

This is Prosecco. She doesn’t mind bath time as long as you hold her steady. Likes to let the water run over her feets. 14/10 I love her so much

38.6K people are talking about this

10. This baby said, “HI PAPI!!!!!!!”

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Edina 🕊@lmaoedina

My dad just sent me this video

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11. This introverted boye just wanted to peacefully watch the game with some brews:

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Tom Zohar@TomZohar

Me at a party, dissociating and staring at the TV instead of talking to anyone

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12. This working boye reported for duty IN UNIFORM:

Twitter: @AnnaMoGo

13. This video is so sad, but it’s just proof that dogs are infinitely loyal creatures who we don’t deserve, but were blessed with anyway 💖:

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R🦋@oct26bby

My dog of 11 years died yesterday, and today when I went outside to feed my other dog, he went to burry his food where his brother is buried and was sobbing the whole time💔 my heart really hurts😢

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14. He had — dun dun dun — THE SPINS!!!!!!!!!!!

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WeRateDogs™

@dog_rates

This is Cadogan. He’s had the same morning routine for the last 13 years. Knows exactly how many spins it takes to get to breakfast. 13/10

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15. Doug the Pug gave us the gift of Pug ASMR™:

Instagram: @itsdougthepug

16. THIS PUP JUST EXISTED AND THE INTERNET IMPLODED WITH LOVE AND AFFECTION:

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🇧🇧@balmainshvm

Imagine someone dropped him off at your door, you keeping him ?

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17. He flawlessly ~burritoed~:

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alyssa hiple@OhHipleDay7

Swear on my life, Oscar will not leave the house if I don’t roll him up like this every single time. 😂

83.4K people are talking about this

18. And lastly, he took care of a friend in need 💖💖💖:

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JustJanis 💃@jsavite

So my friend’s vet has a comfort-dog assistant that helps sick patients know that everything will be alright and this is really all you need to see today ❤️🐾

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This App Matches Aspiring Dog Owners With Their Dream Rescue Pup

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A Tinder-inspired dog adoption app, which aims to pair potential owners with their perfect rescue dog through their smartphones, has launched.

GetPet follows a similar format to human dating apps. Once downloaded, users can scroll through photos of dogs looking for new homes at local shelters, and find out essential info such as their temperament and age, before swiping right for a ‘like’ or left to see another profile. Once matched, you can then arrange a ‘date’ with your preferred pup.

The app was the brainchild of developers in Lithuania, after reportedly spotting a stray dog wandering the streets and feeling compelled to act.

But some dog-lovers have questioned the ethics behind the app, querying how rigorous the screening process is likely to be and how fair the technology is for the dogs featured. After all, they don’t get to swipe right on their preferred owner, do they.

Despite this, GetPet’s creators say hundreds of users have signed up, and they’ve already helped re-home several dogs in Lithuania. They plan to add cats and other animals to the app in the near future.

7 Best Dog Breeds For Introverts And Shy People

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By Katie Avis-Riordan

No matter your personality type, there is a breed of dog out there which is your perfect canine match. So, if you’re an introverted or shy character, which dog typeshould you choose? And, of course, this applies to visiting shelters as well as respected breeders.

Introverts typically enjoy time by themselves, and need peace and quiet to recharge their batteries. That’s why the best dogs for introverts are calm, friendly and love a good snuggle.

According to Elite Daily, here are the seven breeds of dog that suit an introverted or shy personality type the best…

1. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

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Incredibly cute and manageable, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is perfect for introverts due to their calm and lovable nature. They can easily adapt to your behaviour and aren’t too needy.

2. Great Dane

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Though the Great Dane may be huge in size, it’s a gentle giant. This breed of dog is actually very shy, enjoys peaceful cuddles and is great with affection – perhaps a lot like you.

3. Alaskan Malamute

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The Alaskan Malamute is a sociable breed, loyal and loving. This dog will be a joy to be around and great company for an introvert.

4. German Shepherd

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For a high-minded, intelligent dog, the German Shepherd is a great choice. If you’re more of a book-lover than socialite, then this dog is for you. This breed can sense your mood, be affectionate and confident.

5. Beagle

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If you’re looking for the best canine companion and you’re a little on the shy side, then a Beagle is ideal. They may be excitable and full of energy, but they are very good tempered and great company for introverts.

6. Poodle

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Friendly, faithful and trainable, Poodles are one of the best pets for introverts because they have incredible instincts. Take this breed for a walk and they will allow you to have your own space on the wander.

7. Newfoundland

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Similar to the Great Dane, Newfoundlands are big but soft. They are suited to introverts due to their highly trainable, sweet and gentle nature. They will love being your companion and you will love being theirs.

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MY OWN LITTLE GUY

The Meaning Behind The Blog Name ~ Fox&Co.

Right after we adopted little Fox. He demanded to be between my boyfriend & me. Hasn’t really moved since.

It took me close to 24 hours staring at the computer to come up with the PERFECT FKN NAME that all of the websites had some sort of opinion about. Yes, I want a name where people will be able to find the sort of resources that they may find on my blog, but I don’t have the goal of profit or anything. After massive overthinking and a minor mental breakdown, I settled on a name I LIKED- Fox&Co. My page mostly focuses on Mental Health but has other topics that are part of my life sprinkled in.

Christmas-time Fox. Dapper AF.

Fox is my dog. My Pudge. The freakin’ love of my boyfriend’s and my life. He and I are the “Co.” He is my sunshine and I couldn’t think of a more appropriate name for a blog about my life and experiences. I came up with a ton of punny names for a mental health blog that would have touch on a lot of different aspects of life.. but they all seemed so meaningless. When I typed out “Fox&Co.” it just made me happy and looked right.

So. That’s about it. Nothing really super interesting but I know I may wonder what it meant if I randomly came across it in the cyber world.
Bye y’all

Happy post-walk Pudge

Good News Network: THEY MAKE WINE FOR CATS AND DOGS

Are you a dog mom who loves to chill at home and drink wine with your pup? Well, now they can turn up too!! Cat moms are also in luck*

Animal Lovers Rejoice! There’s Now a Wine For Your Furry Friends

Dog Wines: CharDOGnay and ZinfantailCat Wines: Pinot Meow and Moscato


Wine for dogs & cats has been a thing for a few years apparently, and I feel like a failure as a human, dog mom, and self-proclaimed wino for not knowing this.

Don’t make the same mistake I did.

Have a great day everyone!

Registering an Emotional Support Animal (for LEGITIMATE REASONS)

*my actual puppyyyy*

When I first got my puppy at 7 weeks old, I had no idea what an Emotional Support Animal (ESA) was. Neither my boyfriend or I really cared about the extra rent expenses and the costs that come with getting a dog because we were head over heels for the floppy eared freak. This pupper was later named Fox, and is the namesake for this blog. I had already recognized the positivity and joy that Fox brought to my life, and frequently mentioned him when discussing self care techniques in my Psychology Ph.D classes. When my boyfriend & I were moving & the new apartment complex did not accept dogs younger than a year (Fox was 6 months) I was told about registering him as an ESA. I had heard a lot of people registered their pets as ESA’ s to allow them to fly free, and avoid pet addendums on rent leases, but I wasn’t fucking around when I said the little dude was my world. The problem was, my psychiatrist didn’t grant those sorts of letters, so I had to seek outside resources to get the letter. This is the website that I used, and all you do is fill out some intake questions, schedule a call interview with a licensed psychologist, and if all checks out the next day you receive your letter.

Once again, not compensated for this. I just know how much having Fox has helped my mental state in more ways than I can count.

Check it out:

The Official ESA Registration of America