What's the one thing that always cheers us up? That's right - it's pictures of cute pooches. So here are eight adorable dog posts to keep you smiling during lockdown.
By, 10 Apr 2020
1. I got this!
A little dog with a big stick - what could possibly go wrong?
2. House party
If you can't go to the party, bring the party to you. Check out DJ Furball on the ones and twos.
these live streams are just getting better and better pic.twitter.com/AM0N5KDeNq— Tw3rk Goddess (@notoriousnatz) March 28, 2020
3. Those perfect pooch moments
The sun setting across the horizon; the water lapping on the shore; a snuggle with your furry best friend - it just doesn't get any better!
Dogs really look at you with every once of love they have https://t.co/hSYQlwFQ8B— Cognac Papi (@BigRuSantana) March 27, 2020
4. Two peas in a pod
Hulk the French Bulldog wasn't that keen on his little brother at first. But now they're practically inseparable!
This is Hulk and Stitch. Stitch was not a fan of acquiring a little brother. Now they won’t stop cuddling. Both 13/10 pic.twitter.com/se1GbMg8EB— WeRateDogs® (@dog_rates) April 3, 2020
5. Tastes like grass
This puppy loves eating grass. He's even thinking about making a career out of it. He'll give your lawn the once over, but you'll have to pay him in belly rubs.
This is Duke. He recently started his own lawn care company. Relies on rufferals so please share. 12/10 accepts pats as payment pic.twitter.com/74q7cq8v5f— WeRateDogs® (@dog_rates) March 31, 2020
6. Cuteness overload
There's no need to put the hard sell on this one. It's a clip of dogs stroking other dogs. Enough said.
This is Ruby. She likes to pet the other dogs at daycare. 14/10 extremely relatable pic.twitter.com/5KgOnL5kwW— WeRateDogs® (@dog_rates) March 31, 2020
7. A round of 'a-paws!'
Delivery drivers are making sure we can get everything we need during lockdown. So here's a big thank you from us and our pooches.
8. The sporting highlight of the month
Two dogs. One prize. But who will come out on top in this greedy contest?
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