This adorable 8-week-old Heeler puppy named Buck is new to everything, including hiccups. In this short video, Buck gets his first case of the hiccups and barks at the in an attempt to scare them away.
After hearing a horn blaring off and on for several minutes, Ryan Burns, a staff writer for Local Coast Outpost in Eureka, California, set out to “get to the bottom of the nonsense.” After walking a block, Burns discovered this bulldog with his paw on the horn. It’s unclear whether or not the canine ever got the attention of his owner, but he did manage to attract several onlookers.
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Fritz the golden retriever is the absolute worst at catching food in his mouth. Fritz’s owner says, “We’ve compiled some of the highs and lows of Fritz’s quest to learn how to catch food. Sit back and enjoy a little ride through memory lane as Fritz is introduced to a steak, a strawberry, a chimichanga, a meatball, and more.”
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Last Saturday, a miniature Schnauzer named Sissy unexpectedly ran away from her home in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. That night, Sissy walked 15+ blocks and wandered into a local hospital, where her owner, 64-year-old Nancy Franck, had been staying following a surgery. Nancy’s husband, Dale Franck, said, “She was on a mission that night to see her mom, but she couldn’t find the right elevator to take.”