25 Dogs That Needs To Sharpen Their Selfie Skills

Selfies is something that became really popular during the 2015, it’s almost an art form. And wheter you like it or not, selfies are here to stay.

Because of that I thought I would share some things that you really shouldn’t do with selfies, illustrated by dogs.

1. First of, try to keep your tongue in your mouth, and keep grass out of it!

2. Try not to look crazy…

3. Make sure you look into the camera

4. Try to look happy!

5. Again, try to keep your tongue in your mouth

6. If you have big ears, taking a selfie laying on your back is not such a good idea

7. Well, I don’t even know what to say about this guy

8. Taking a selfie while you sneeze is not a good idea.

9. Maybe this will work as a profile pic?

10. Make sure you don’t tag your friends in a bad selfie.

11. Make sure you take your selfies from your “good side”

12. Make sure you don’t need to puke before taking your selfie

13. This guy has understood what “good side” means

14. Try to not get “bug eyes”. It’s a bit creepy

15. Don’t take selfies while “sleeping”, no one thinks your sleeping…

16. Make sure gravity isn’t working against you

17. If your not as cool as this dog, don’t try to be

18. Again, try to atleast look a bit happy

19. Choose your selfie moments carefully

20. If you have short arms, buy a selfie stick

21. Try not to capture the inside of your nose in the selfie

22. Well this guy has clearly not been listening to my advice

23. Make sure you smile!

24. A drunk group selfie is never a good idea

25. Let’s end this post wiht a “gangsta selfie!”

10 Things You Should Never Say To a Dog Owner

There are millions of dogs living and working all over the world, you can’t avoid them no matter how hard you try. You probably stumble across atleast a couple of them per day.

Some things are better left unsaid, doesn’t matter how good it might sound to you, remember these 10 no no’s that you should never say to a dog owner.

1. “You have dogs because you don’ have kids, right?”

Saying something likes this is just rude. There are millions of people around the world that live with both children and canine. If you choose to have children and then look down on people that doesn’t have children by choice, then think before you speak. You don’t become lesser people for not having human children, in fact many of us get a much richer life by living with dogs.

2. “Wow, it’s true what they say, dogs really can look like their owners.”

This is another rude one, I don’t think it needs explaining, right?

3. “He’s an energetic boy isn’t he?”

This usually means something like “he’s not very well behaved is he?” Which is something that most dog owner’s don’t like to hear I believe.

4. “Dogs should not be allowed on furniture or bed”

According to a survey done by American Pet Products Association almost half of all dogs sleep in bed with their owners. And honestly where someone allows their dog to be or not is totally up to them. That is none of your business. Many people actually sleep better and feel calmer when they have their dog beside them

5. “Is he a good dog?”

No of course not, he is a wild viscious beast that I let loose so he can terrorize all humans around me. What do you think? of course he is a good dog!

6. “Does he bite?”

Well, the answer to why you shouldn’t say this is the same as the one above.

7. “You got your hands full there!” (To someone with more then one dog)

Not really, I just have more then one dog. It’s all good, no worries.

8. “Oh I don’t like those types of dogs, they bark alot, don’t they?”

Well, obviously I don’t agree with you on this one because I got one of those dogs right here that I love very much.

9. “Who’s taking who for a walk there?”

It isn’t what i looks like, I promise I got FULL control even though it looks like he is dragging me around

10. “Can my kid play with your dog?”

I’m just out for a walk with my dog here, Im not really offering a babysitting service – unless you pay well of course..

15 Rare Dog Breeds You Probably Haven’t Heard About

Over the years we have bred dogs to do all kinds of things, from companions to trackers to guard dogs. Because of this, dogs are the most diverse land animals in terms of physical appearance. You probably know that labs are short haired retrievers, and border collies are long haired sheep dogs. But there are many rare dogs out there whose function and form you probably don’t know about.
1. Carolina Dog
This breed is thought to be the oldest canine species in North America, they have found them on rock paintings by Native Americans. They share DNS with the Australian Dingo and New Guinea Singing Dogs, that is probably one of the reasons they are known as the “American Dingo”

2. Catahoula Leopard Dog
This is a breed that have extremely good hunting abilities, and have been favorites of famous hunters like Teddy Roosevelt. They are named after the Catahoula Parish in Louisiana where the breed originated.

3. Lundehund
This breed got some unique features, they have six toes on each foot, prick ears that they can control at will, they can also bend their head backwards until it touches its backbone. The reason they got these weird features is because they originally was bred to climb cliffs on Norwegian islands and retrieve live puffins. His structure allows him to grip, climb, descend and squeeze into small crevices.

4. Mudi
Mudi is a Hungarian herding dog. They got a thick curly coat except in the face where they are smooth. These breeds or becoming more popular in the US with its versatile, energetic attitudes.

5. Neapolitan Mastiff
These enormous dogs were historically bred to help ou the romans in war. They wore body armor and blades so they could run under and disembowel enemy horses.  It is a massive powerful breed that looks a bit intimidating, but is actually affectionate, calm, peaceful and loving. They enjoy family and friends.

6. Xoloitzcuintli

This is probably the breed with the hardest name to pronounce. Show-low-eets-queent-lee, is how you say it. They are usually referred to as the “Mexican Hairless Dog” or “Xolo”. The breed was named after the god “Xoloti” And it is one of the oldest and rarest breeds. The breeds history is not well known. Clay likeness of the Mexican Hairless have been uncovered in ancient Mexican archaeological sites dating back more than 5,700 years.

7. Thai Ridgeback
Like the Rhodesian Ridgeback, the Thai Ridgeback has a line of hair growing in the opposite direction along the spine. The Thai Ridgeback have been found in eastern Thailand since the middle ages. Farmers in Thailand use them to guard their farms.

8. The Pachón Navarro
The Pachón Navarro is an extremely rare Spanish hunting dog that people once believed had superior sniffing skills because of the split/double nose. Today breeders know that they are only cosmetically different, they are not any better then a normal dog.

9. Tibetan Mastiff
This large, fearless dogs was traditionally bred to guard herds, flocks, families and sometimes entire villages. The most expensive dog ever sold was a Tibetan Mastiff in China for a whopping $1.5 million dollars.

10. Dandie Dinmont Terrier
This little terrier comes from Scotland, they are known for their short long body and their trendy hairstyle.

11. Bergamasco Shepherd
Bergamasco Shepherd has been used to herd animals in the Italian Alps for ages.

12. Peruvian Hairless Dog
This is a ancient breed that was the pet of Incan kings and is most known for being hairless

13. Swedish Vallhund
These guys are often confused for a “condensed husky” and it was the vikings that made this breed famous, that’s why they are known as a “viking dog”. They were the best at herding animals and catching vermin.

14. Russian Toy
This small little dog haven’t really been known outside of Russia until 20 years old. One of their most charming trait, and one of the easiest way to recognize them, is by their large furry ears.

15. Czechoslovakian Vlcak

The Czechoslovakian Vlcak, also known as the Czechoslovakian Wolf Dog is a relatively new breed. They are a mix of German SHepherds and Carpathian wolves, they wanted them to be tame like German Shepards but to have the stamina of wolves.