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Dog with a beer bottle

Image from PDR

There is no doubt about it, dogs are funny animals. It’s not always easy to catch them being cute on film, but every so often they allow us to capture a particularly entertaining moment.

We collected some of those brilliant moments to share, because it isn’t truly funny unless it makes someone laugh.


Published by Caninest on Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

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Dog Orgami

Image from Herbert Kajiura

It takes a certain type of artist with an endless supply of patience to create the works of paper art below.

Some Great Examples

We gathered some fine specimens of dog origami to share here. Which one is your favorite?

Published by Caninest on Wednesday, August 5th, 2009

Filed under Dog Videos, Dogplay

Click to see VideoDrawing animals in general is challenging, (especially when they wiggle around so much). We thought we’d start by learning how to draw a cartoon dog to start, then move on to a live subject.

Here is a quick video with tips for drawing a cartoon dog for those who are feeling artistic today.

Published by Caninest on Wednesday, July 29th, 2009

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Daydreaming Dog

Image from devilsdocry

If there is a creature with a sense of humor, it is the dog. They can be serious, but more often it seems they prefer to be the joker of the animal world.

We look through a lot of dog pictures and that means we see a lot of good shots.

Here is a collection of the funniest dog pictures we’ve seen in awhile.


Published by Caninest on Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009

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Dog's Eye

Image from nikitab

Perhaps it is their goofy attitude or their sheer love of life, but dogs have great eyes. They show you a bit of their personality as well as the undying loyalty domestic canines are known for.

Window To The Soul

They don’t call them puppy dog eyes for nothing. A dog wears their heart in their eyeballs, whether they are happy, sad or angry a dog’s eyes reflect their emotions.

Published by Caninest on Wednesday, June 24th, 2009