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Dogs & Snow Continue To Be The Best Combination In The World

Dogs are the best. That’s a scientific fact that can’t be disputed. The only thing better than a dog by itself is a dog in snow. Don’t believe me? Check out exhibit A: a dog pulling a sled up a hill so he slide back down for hours.

Dogs & Snow

This might be the happiest video of all time. There is unbridled joy and then there is this dog, having the time of his life sledding down a hill. I’ve had a dog since I was young, and if you’ve never experienced a snowstorm with a dog, you’re missing out. Shoveling sucks, but it’s counteracted 1 million times by the happiness of a dog jumping around in the snow. This video already has over 680,000 views, and I make up a very large majority. Have a great weekend everybody.

Here’s a bonus video of my dog running in the snow yesterday


The Story Of Hero The Homeless Dog Is As Amazing As It Gets

DogTwo months ago, a golden retriever named Hero was living on the streets of Istanbul. At the time, Chuck and Lisa Taylor were looking for a friend for their one-eyed golden rescue named Jack.

“Rescue dogs make the world’s greatest companions. I’m convinced that they know,” Chuck Taylor said. “There’s something really special about rescuing a dog.”

Hero and 35 of his golden friends were rescued from Istanbul from the streets and shelters by Adopt a Golden Atlanta. They flew them to Atlanta, where they are now finding each dog a forever home.

The Taylors passed an extensive vetting process from the rescue group and were invited to adoption day. When they met Hero, they fell in love. “Rescuing a dog is a little bit different than going out and buying a purebred dog, there’s no question about that.” Taylor said. “It makes you feel good, it makes your heart feel good. You know that you’re doing something good for the world and the community and for the dog that needed rescuing.”

Hero’s handler told Taylor that 1-year-old Hero had never let anyone rub his belly before. But when Taylor walked into his pen, Hero rolled right over for a belly rub.

Audience Freakout

Well this is wonderful. Tell me with a straight face you wouldn’t watch a sitcom featuring Hero the rescue dog and Jack the one eyed golden. I’d literally pay money to just watch them get into various hijinks throughout the day. Besides all the necessary television sitcom jokes (seriously, someone make this show) this is just a really heartwarming story. If you live in the US you see dogs in a certain light. They’re lovable pets and people who treat them otherwise are blood thirsty monsters. In other parts of the world, they’re not seen like that, and you have cases where so many dogs are left to survive on their own. Hearing Hero’s story have a happy ending is great, and organizations like Adopt A Golden deserve all the credit they get. With that said, if Hero and one eyed Jack don’t have a joint Instagram page by the end of the day I’ll consider this day a huge loss.

– Ryan

“Pug-let” The First Ever All-Pug Production of Hamlet is My New Obsession

Ever since Kickstarter had that joker that Kickstarted his potato salad everybody and their brother have been kickstarting all these half-baked ideas. I’ve seen everything from someone jumping in a laundry basket full of food to sandwiches. But, in the clutter of all these piece of shit campaigns I found a diamond, a Kickstarter campaign to end all Kickstarter campaigns. Here is what I found.


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IN BILL PAXTON’S NAME! This is the greatest Kickstarter of all time. Obviously I wasted zero time in reserving my ticket, but it will take more then my donations to get this all-Pug production of Hamlet going!

So what exactly are you kickstarting?

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Think Mr. Kevin Broccoli is in over his head? Don’t worry, he has all the risks and obstacles laid out in front of him and he is ready to crush them.

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This isn’t a want at all, I can actually feel myself fading away the longer and longer I don’t see Pugs dressed in costumes….I need this.

If you Kickstart anything this summer, make it Pug-let

*****UPDATE***** (7/17/14)





Woof. That’s a relief.



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Groby The Two Legged Chihuahua Is My Soup Snake

“It was just another day in a quiet Los Angeles suburb when a horrifying discovery was made. One of the neighbors had just lost her house. The interior was absolutely destroyed and smelled of filth and decay. Among the wreckage was 40 dogs. No one had even known the dogs were in the house. The neighbors had never seen any of the animals — because the animals had never been allowed outside. Nor had they ever received medical treatment, socialization, or any of the other things most dogs need to live happy, fulfilled lives. They were sick, unkempt, and fearful. Even worse, the dogs were not spayed or neutered, and there were not only puppies, but dogs pregnant with yet more litters. Because the dogs had lived unfixed in isolation, they had bred with one another, causing various birth defects among them. One of those unfortunate puppies is Groby Pedroni. Groby was born without front legs.” –


Such a heartbreaking story, but I’m glad we found some semblance of a silver lining. And that silver lining is now my soup snake. Groby Pedroni (awesome chihuahuah name) has stole my heart and I don’t care who knows it. More style with those two front wheels that you and I could ever dream about. If your a dog lover such as myself, check out the link at the top of the post. Dogster is doing some truly great things. Don’t forget to give Groby a shoutout on his well deserved Facebook page as well:

– Ryan

Welcome To The Busey Zone

I think we should have a a crazy competition between Yoko Ono and Gary Busey. Set up an obstacle course and have them each have a conversation with a random person for an hour. Whichever random person doesn’t lose their mind wins a house or something. I’d say at this very moment, Busey is crazier, mainly because he doesn’t just tweet nonsense, he makes videos. On this week’s video blog, the master of disaster is at it again. It’s one thing to just be absolutely insane, but it’s another thing to seek advice from someone who is absolutely insane. When I first got my dog and he was humping everything in sight, my first impulse was not to ask Gary Busey what to do. Are you feeling complacent in life? Write a letter to Gary Busey, but be warned, he’s going to tell you to go skydiving. Although he’s clearly losing his mind, I have to say I’ve grown to love the guy. All aboard the crazy train.

– Ryan


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