A Doggie Kind of Day

Because I was out of town for the DC Shorts Film Fest, I was away from my dog Freya for five days. It was rough y’all. I went into serious doggie withdrawal - so much so that I turned into a squee-ing crazy woman every time we passed a dog on the streets of DC.

On the flip side, I don’t think my girl missed me one bit. Since our parents are awesome, they drove up to my brother’s house where we siblings were meeting for our trip and collected all three of their granddogs to spoil rotten while we were gone. When I was reunited with Freya, she was all, “Now, who are you again?” So this week I’ve been especially susceptible to adorable dog videos. I thought I’d share my two favorites for a laugh heading into the weekend.

The first is a new commercial from Volkswagen. I only saw it for the first time a few days ago, but it’s been airing pretty steadily. Cracks me up every time.

The second is a video a friend of mine posted on Facebook (thanks, Dora!) and it actually makes me giggle-snort.

Freya sometimes has problems with her dew claws, and I’ve had to tape socks on her legs to keep her from chewing them, and she does this same kind of crazy walk. Now I wish I had recorded her doing her funky dance moves.

What did you think of the two videos? Have you ever put boots or socks on your dogs? How did they react? Should I feel bad for laughing at the dogs’ reactions?

Comments

Adriana Ryan's picture

OMG! The cat in that video looks like it might just kill the dog off! Hahaha--this was too awesome! :D I may have done my share of snorting, too. ;) Glad you're back and reunited with Freya--can't wait to hear more about your trip to DC!!

Medeia Sharif's picture

Cute and funny videos.

I miss my pets so much when I'm out of town.

Valerie Lawson's picture

poor dogs. they'll put up with so much crap from us. don't think they make those for cats.

Jocelyn Rish's picture

Dogs really do put up with a lot from us, don't they?  :-)

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