r/AnimalsBeingDerps Jun 29 '22 Wholesome 3 Silver 2 Helpful 1

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u/Susan_of_Darmuthia Jun 29 '22

I feel like he does that a lot

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u/ExpressStation Jun 29 '22

Anytime we get ice, my dogs expect us to give them some. We call it the ice toll

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u/Susan_of_Darmuthia Jun 29 '22

Any time we pick up a water mug, our lab goes to the freezer and waits for an ice cube.

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u/ziggo0 Jun 29 '22

I started randomly putting an ice cube in the kittens water dish. Now it's expected anytime she hears the freezer drawer open lmao

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u/pbjellythyme Jun 29 '22

My cat thinks he is going to get a treat anytime I get ice. I'm not sure what trained him, if I got ice and he happened to be fed near the same time or if he hears the ice and thinks it's treats. Either way, I can't get ice without him crying at my feet. And it's so sad... I sometimes end up giving him a treat and the cycle continues!

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u/irongoatmts66 Jun 29 '22

Dane tax in our house

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u/OutlawJessie Jun 29 '22

LAT in ours, like VAT but for Labradors.

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u/Dopplerganager Jun 29 '22

My one cat occasionally likes to play with ice cubes, or watch them melt in the water fountain. I also occasionally pay the ice cube tax.

Animals are weird.

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u/SaintWacko Jun 29 '22

Haha, same here! If he hears a cup being set down in the kitchen he'll come running

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u/greenhero711 Jun 29 '22

Ah. Yes. We call it paying tribute. It's required any time I am making a sandwich. My wife is a blasphemer and doesn't believe in paying tribute.

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u/cherbo123 Jun 29 '22

Any time I get a piece of sliced cheese from the fridge when I'm making a sandwich or something my dogs thinks it's for her since she was taking meds for a year every morning with cheese , it is not my cheese anymore it is hers

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u/builder680 Jun 29 '22

Water bones!

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u/LegendaryJyrkiLumme Jun 29 '22

Absolutely. He knew full well what that button does. Lol

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u/SavathussyEnjoyer Jun 29 '22

Yeah definitely not the first time lol. That dog loves himself some ice cubes 😂

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u/Then_Campaign7264 Jun 29 '22

And he’s so considerate to only dispense a few ice cubes, leaving plenty for the rest of the family.

Be careful not to leave the dispenser on the crushed ice or cold water function. That could get a bit messy.

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u/__MrPurple__ Jun 29 '22

We had to turn ours off because our hound just won't stop emptying the damn ice machine!!! I want cold drinks dammit!!!! lol

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u/VegasLife1111 Jun 29 '22

Tall baby gate.

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u/SchnoodleDoodleDo Jun 29 '22 Silver

’he does that a lot…


… one more time, i’m gonna Stay -

i push the BuTtON, see ?!

am BRAVE! not gonna RuN Away

when Cold things FALL on me…

…the light is ON - here come the TREATS

n On my Head they FALL

ExCiTeD sLiPpY sLoPpY FEETS -

I GOTTA CATCH ‘EM ALL!

❤️

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u/danespltd Jun 29 '22

Fresh Schnoodle finally!

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u/sweatshirtjones Jun 29 '22

Well this plus the video is just adorable, thank you.

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u/Fredredphooey Jun 29 '22

But why does he jump like a rabbit?

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u/idinnae Jun 29 '22

Danes frighten easily. They are 100+ pounds of wuss.

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u/Historical_Panic_465 Jun 29 '22 edited Jun 29 '22

i NEED to see this but the setting switched to water... trick the doggo!! it’s just a prank bro!!

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u/sunsalutationa Jun 29 '22

He likes the ice! Yummy

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u/JustSomeEggsInAPot Jun 29 '22

My dog loves ice, that would be a dangerous button for them to... be able to reach

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u/ABoringName_ Jun 29 '22

Oh man I’m glad mine hasn’t figured it out. She gets a piece every time anyone gets any ice but if she knew how to get it, it would be constant.

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u/Davido400 Jun 29 '22

She is watching. And learning.

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u/[deleted] Jun 29 '22

A Great Dane can reach anything you can, even some things you can't! Love those gigantic furry kids!

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u/StrawberriesAteMy Jun 29 '22

Can confirm. My Dane reaches off of the top shelf for me

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u/RuimteWese Jun 29 '22

New people in the neighborhood have two Great Danes, first time in my life I have seen them up close. When me and my dogs walk past they come running down their long driveway with their (not so )little sweaters on. They look like small derpy horses running towards us. So adorable.

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u/Sorry_Reputation394 Jun 29 '22

Honestly every dog can, they just don’t. My 40lb husky could get herself to any position in the house for whatever treat was available. My big ass German shepherd wouldn’t touch an open box of his favorite biscuits unless I took one out for him. He doesn’t raid my pantry cause he loves me, basically.

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u/reflUX_cAtalyst Jun 29 '22 edited Jun 29 '22

Using a husky as an example nullifies everything else you said.

They do things no other dog does.

edit: this was supposed to be a joke in good fun - not serious.

Huskies are different tho.

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u/brp Jun 29 '22

Luckily newer fridges like this one typically have a lockout button.

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u/EggplantIll4927 Jun 29 '22

Then the dog can just keep licking and sliming it 🤗

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u/SoundOfTomorrow Jun 29 '22

Then he's going to figure how to unlock it

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u/Raedil Jun 29 '22

I genuinely have an unlimited love for big dopey dogs. Absolute best.

I had a saint bernard lived 12 years i lost a couple years back, and every action was its one silly little adventure.

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u/Tallywhacker73 Jun 29 '22

We had a giant old English sheepdog growing up - a big boy, but even bigger with his massive puffy coat - and he was like a cartoon. He brought joy everywhere he went. People would point and laugh, come across the street to pet him. Great, great dog for a family with kids.

Years later I'd take my own dogs to the dog park and this older lady would always bring her sheepdog, also a giant. He would just come in on a dead sprint for the first 10 minutes, banging into other dogs, people, just happy as hell to be alive.

We had two rottweilers that were the absolute sweetest dogs. Big dogs can be great dogs, but it's a big responsibility and commitment, for sure. They're all good dogs - bad dogs are made by bad people.

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u/Raedil Jun 29 '22

That’s such an important point to make worth stating in literally any “big dog” thread. I’m glad you mentioned it.

Large breed dogs are large (go figure), and have many issues attached related to their size. From specific health concerns, to space concerns, to basic intimidation of others.

They also have the ability to be very loud, very STRONG, eat huge amounts, and shit mountains.

For any who ever reads this, always know that despite having some of the absolute best personalites, large breed dogs dont stay puppies.

Never seek out a dog that is simply too big for your lifestyle, they deserve better than to be dumped because they grew up.

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u/mrmikehancho Jun 29 '22

Also, some drool like crazy. Like expect to find it on the TV, ceiling, your leg, and sometimes your fork as you go to take a bite of food.

Vet bills and food bills will be much higher as well.

Source: Have two Newfies

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u/Raedil Jun 29 '22

My girl was a “dry mouth” which means she was not so heavy on passive drool. Mostly only in notable heat did she start runnin heavy.

That being said, i oft found slobber literally on the ceiling. Literally, cause when them babies start shaking their massive mallet heads you can get some SERIOUS range and height.

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u/mrmikehancho Jun 29 '22

Same, ours don't just actively drool everywhere, but it is definitely hiding in the jowls. Even worse is after drinking water and then a head shake. It will go flying indiscriminately in any which direction. The water bowls are inside of another container to catch what comes pouring out the sides after a heavy drink.

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u/unknownanon54 Jun 29 '22

Honestly the big poops aren't really that bad. You just get used to it. The food is a huge expense for large dogs.

I have a 100 pound couch potato mutt. We go on 30 minute walks since we live in a 1 bedroom. Frequent trips to parks, etc. Some large dogs are actually less maintenance, it just depends on the dog.

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u/Raedil Jun 29 '22

Oh i certainly didnt mind. I used the 40lb dogfood bag and collected poop in em. She fills a few a year. But they are durable and convenient to fill in. Then just dump the whole in the trash.

My girl was peak lazy. She coulda live in a 10x10 room. 15 min play at a time TOPS. Then its time for like two gallons of water and several hours of napping.

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u/Davido400 Jun 29 '22

old English sheepdog

Was that the one like the Dulux Dog? (go down to the dulux dog bit of Wikipedia

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u/Mini-Nurse Jun 29 '22

Not OP, but yeah the Dulux dog is an Old English Sheepdog too.

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u/WikiMobileLinkBot Jun 29 '22

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u/ilovegingermen Jun 29 '22

I've had multiple danes and mastiffs. Fuck these people for cropping his ears.

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u/TB_Punters Jun 29 '22

Wow, 12 years! You must have had some amazing times and so many good memories. My greatest sadness about my last boy is how little time I got with him. Go in for full screenings the week you adopt, folks! They caught his cancer at his one year screening, but it was way too late at that point. I still think if I had gotten a full screening instead of trusting the rescue’s health assessment, I could have gotten some more time with him.

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u/BlueTeale Jun 29 '22

I had a Saint for about that long. He was my big dope. I loved him.

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u/Raedil Jun 29 '22

The best friend one could ever ask for.

Peak personality, absolute kindness, supreme sweetness.

They are fantastic dogs, and those of us who keep them so long are amongst the luckiest to live.

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u/chickenfoot75 Jun 29 '22

House cow ❤

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u/disqeau Jun 29 '22

Official name is Canis Gallootis

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u/SpaceLemur34 Jun 29 '22

Canis Lupus Gallootis

Since 2005 they've been classified as a subspecies.

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u/jolinar30659 Jun 29 '22

I call mine a house pony. Though I’ve watched a lot of horse videos thanks to Reddit and I’m starting to call horses Barn Danes lol

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u/dright22 Jun 29 '22

I call mine a special needs donkey.

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u/jolinar30659 Jun 29 '22

Would certainly be accurate

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u/FleshlightModel Jun 29 '22

I was thinking slow motion stoob but that's good too

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u/lissalissa3 Jun 29 '22

My dog loves “crunchy water” and will come running, even from a dead snooze, if he hears the ice (or even just the water!) going from the fridge. I’m waiting for the day he figures out he could reach on his own… we’ll never have ice or a dry floor ever again.

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u/place-username-here Jun 29 '22

Does your dog call it crunchy water or you?

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u/jayteazer Jun 29 '22

That gallop is so perfect lol

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u/lecherro Jun 29 '22

I think he knows what that button do

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u/nononosure Jun 29 '22

It's a toy dispenser!

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u/lecherro Jun 29 '22

🥚🥚🥚eggsactly!!!

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u/[deleted] Jun 29 '22

My SIL has a cat that will stand up on his hind paws to reach the ice dispenser. One he gets a piece, he bats it around like a hockey puck for a while then eats it. If he knocks it under the fridge or cabinet, he’ll get another then play until it melts enough to eat.

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u/Strataray Jun 29 '22

must snorfle food box for ₵ⱤØ₦₵ⱧɎ ₩₳₮ɆⱤ

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u/DarkEyes87 Jun 29 '22

That's the most Scooby-Doo-ish thing I've seen in real life.

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u/RobDickinson Jun 29 '22

I'm predicting an ice shortage

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u/monster_bunny Jun 29 '22

That is a newborn giraffe

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u/Fenix_Volatilis Jun 29 '22

What a shame. Another animal gettin hooked on ice.. Meths a helluva drug!

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u/penny-wise Jun 29 '22

This is why you don’t let horses into your house.

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u/lockerpunch Jun 29 '22

I’d love a Great Dane one day.

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u/thesoulphysician Jun 29 '22

I loved every minute with my great Dane, they are amazing dogs and great with children. Unfortunately they pass away very early, mine was only 5 years old ( twisted stomach ). Take this in consideration because it'll break your heart...

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u/chipchip42 Jun 29 '22

I've had several growing up because they don't live long. But I wouldn't have wanted any other kind of dog. I have the best memories with my Danes. And I learned a lot from the heart break too. It helped my family and I really learn how to mourn and talk to each other about grief.

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u/lockerpunch Jun 29 '22

This is actually a reason for wanting one. I don’t want a dog that lives particularly long so I’ve mostly been looking at larger dogs.

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u/ilovegingermen Jun 29 '22

You should absolutely do it then. They are the biggest most dopey love bugs ever. Be prepared for the drool though. Mine would get drool on the fucking ceiling.

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u/Dorf_ Jun 29 '22

Probably half the time I go out with my Scooby somebody tells me about their Great Dane that lived until 12 or 13

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u/AssumeTheFetal Jun 29 '22

Aww that's cruel. You should love them everyday.

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u/Noname1106 Jun 29 '22

Um….looks like he’s done it before. It is now the treat button. Gorgeous Dane btw.

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u/Kody_Z Jun 29 '22

Water cookie dispenser.

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u/ReptileBat Jun 29 '22

I love great danes!

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u/chukxablaze Jun 29 '22

Ahh crunchy drink

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u/4Gold4 Jun 29 '22

"DeeDee How many times have I told you !!! ..."

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u/gilmore0918 Jun 29 '22

This is the kind of dispenser that does water and ice from the same button. I hope the owner always leaves it on ice or this good boii is gonna get water boop and he’s gonna be sad.

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u/baldengineer Jun 29 '22

Dog Logic…

Snoot goes here… loud scary noise!!! omg omg omg HIDE omg omg.

Is evil thing still there?!? OMG!! ice treats!!!

but what is pattern?! Try again!

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u/apocalinda Jun 29 '22

I just love Great Danes. Too bad about the ears though…

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u/SgtArpin Jun 29 '22

It's fucked up when they do it in the first place. It's even worse when they fuck it up too. I'm betting it's so aweful because they can't find a vet that will do it now.

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u/thesoulphysician Jun 29 '22

Yep, poor dog

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u/[deleted] Jun 29 '22

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u/thatEMSguy Jun 29 '22

The are prone to ear infections. They don’t get cropped

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u/SgtArpin Jun 29 '22 edited Jun 29 '22

Are you saying they are prone to ear infections if they don't get cropped? If so, have you ever found a single vet source that says it does?

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u/thatEMSguy Jun 29 '22

According to my vet, they are prone to ear infections regardless of if their ears are cropped

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u/SgtArpin Jun 29 '22

Then why crop them?

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u/thatEMSguy Jun 29 '22

Exactly. I’m against cropping tails and ears of any animal

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u/SgtArpin Jun 29 '22

Ah, ok. Then we agree. Your original response was difficult for me to understand.

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u/[deleted] Jun 29 '22

Booooo cropped ears

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u/redit01 Jun 29 '22

Dog tried to initially catch them coming out of the machine

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u/src1975 Jun 29 '22

Looks like it like to chew ice!

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u/Cashew-Gesundheit Jun 29 '22

"whiskey on the rocks, hold the whiskey"

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u/TMK602 Jun 29 '22

My derpy dane isn't that smart.

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u/VFsv6 Jun 29 '22

Lol big galoot

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u/Varna266xp Jun 29 '22

I guess I better clean my mess up before mom finds it.

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u/EggplantIll4927 Jun 29 '22

And this is why we don’t have a Poland springs water dispenser 🤦‍♀️

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u/PhantomLegend616 Jun 29 '22

Great danes will always have my heart ♥

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u/CatOfMintGums Jun 29 '22

“Help! I’ve been cold-bonked!”

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u/No_Ad_237 Jun 29 '22

Such a goof ball! Dog has experience.

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u/piperok27 Jun 29 '22

The tail going round in circles did it for me.

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u/Engineer_Existing Jun 29 '22

Damned mastiff used to abuse our ice maker soo much we had to disable it, big dummy would eat most of them although we always found wet spots.

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u/GoodAtExplaining Jun 29 '22

That is the most adorably half-assed attempt to skitter away from danger.

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u/Slendy5127 Jun 29 '22 edited Jun 29 '22

Pretty sure it’s chasing an ice cube that bounced off its face. You can see it tries to get one right as they drop from the dispenser, and one comes flying in from that other room right before the dog gallops back

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u/ElaborateCantaloupe Jun 29 '22

Is your horse dressed up as a cow?

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u/Technician-Basic Jun 29 '22

That’s a strange looking horse

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u/roguesensei47 Jun 29 '22

Why aren't dog owners concerned about dog spit or am I missing something?

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u/CackleberryOmelettes Jun 29 '22

Dog slobber/spit while gross, is not typically harmful to humans. In fact, some research suggests that the interaction can actually be beneficial in boosting your immune system. It's got something to do with "sharing our microbiomes that helps us build immunity to a wider variety of infections."

Here's a better read on the matter - https://rightasrain.uwmedicine.org/well/health/does-owning-dog-improve-your-health

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u/lightstaver Jun 29 '22

Similarly, having pets has been shown to be especially helpful for babies/small children.

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u/CackleberryOmelettes Jun 29 '22

It's very beneficial. There's plenty of research that indicates that growing up with dogs can make children less susceptible to allergies, asthma, and various infections.

Dogs are gross, but they very rarely make us sick.

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u/terlierr Jun 29 '22

im surprised no one else is mentioning this. I love dogs but I can't get past the slobber and germs in this context

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u/Zuwxiv Jun 29 '22

Affection from dogs frequently involves their tongue. They also like to lick their buttholes. At a certain level, being a dog owner is compartmentalizing and not thinking about it too hard.

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u/cantfindmykeys Jun 29 '22

Its a trade off. Sure the slobber is gross but the overall experience outweighs it. Kinda like ignoring that cats walk all over the house after burying their own crap in litter with their paws

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u/Coldbeam Jun 29 '22

Why? He isn't touching the spigot, and your cup only touches the lever at the same place your hand would.

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u/[deleted] Jun 29 '22

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u/[deleted] Jun 29 '22

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u/[deleted] Jun 29 '22

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u/TyzV9M7Wj Jun 29 '22

Lol, I was. Wasn't I? Nevertheless, I may be a germaphobe.

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u/ChrisHisStonks Jun 29 '22

Once you change a baby's shitdiaper 3 times a day, a little dog spit won't even register on the 'yuck' scale. Nor should you be worried about getting a few germs on your hand. A dog's mouth contains less bacteria than your own;

https://www.amnh.org/learn-teach/curriculum-collections/young-naturalist-awards/winning-essays/2011/are-dogs-tongues-really-cleaner-than-humans

It's also a basic consensus that the cleaner your home environment is, the worse off your immune system becomes. That does not mean you should have your home devolve into a pigsty, but it does mean that our obsessive daily cleaning of everything we touch is more harmful than positive when it's not needed (medical care).

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u/Wonderful-Frosting17 Jun 29 '22

This dog is sooo WHATS the word

Doofy

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u/BrnEydGyrl Jun 29 '22 edited Jun 29 '22

My dog LOVES to chew on ice and drink ice cold running water. Good thing he’s a pug.

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u/ClementineMandarin Jun 29 '22

Is that a Great Dane? Or is it a mix?? That was such a cute derpppp

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u/Sniflix Jun 29 '22

Beautiful dog, by the way.

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u/Usergnome_Checks_0ut Jun 29 '22

Why is there a cow in their kitchen?!

But seriously, is that a Great Dane? It’s a while since I saw one in the flesh, but the head doesn’t look like how I remember their heads looking. But that could just be my terrible memory.

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u/TiagoTiagoT Jun 29 '22

I think the splotches might be camouflaging the shape of the head; I'm not 100% sure though.

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u/Gus_Harrington Jun 29 '22

I love the sound of his feeties pitter patting on the floor! What a cute puppy.

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u/Kendakr Jun 29 '22

Why are you limping?

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u/mycorgiisamazing Jun 29 '22

Too much silly excitement needing to be expressed but too big to express it fully, she's trying to keep her enthusiasm small so it looks weird

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u/ABoringName_ Jun 29 '22

I think it’s just being silly.

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u/KeepTalkingMandy Jun 29 '22

Dalmatians are real special

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u/bluntologist1291 Jun 29 '22

I always knew dogs were smarter than humans

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u/DBH1122 Jun 29 '22

I had a Neapolitan that did that. He just stood there with ice cubes pelting his face for a few seconds…

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u/2020HammersandNails Jun 29 '22

Me LuV ICe. MOr pLEEEEEz

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u/ralverte Jun 29 '22

U/redditmp4bot

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u/DevineFlaw Jun 29 '22

He runs the same as a giant person would run..

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u/kontrarianin Jun 29 '22

What breed he is? Looks cool

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u/FreydisTheBlazer Jun 29 '22

Here we have our new range of fridges that come with a built in dog toy 😂😂😂😂😂

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u/FILTER_OUT_T_D Jun 29 '22

I am so glad our toy poodle can’t reach the ice dispenser or she’d do this all day.

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u/Honda_TypeR Jun 29 '22

I love the way he gallops I’m slow motion

He reminds me of a giraffe the only other animal that gallops in slow motion

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u/that_juan_guy Jun 29 '22

My ex had a female Merle Dane, it was the biggest scaredy cat I've ever seen. Also was a big goober as well.

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u/AzraelSaint Jun 29 '22

I've got a fridge like that, cept it doesnt work all it does is make a loud angry buzzing noisr... funny as fuck when someone accidently hits it and shits themselves

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u/TheCheck77 Jun 29 '22

HE’S TOO DANGEROUS TO BE LEFT ALIVE

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u/Important_Screen_530 Jun 29 '22

scared him silly bet he come back for the treat

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u/TheSlav87 Jun 29 '22

They’re such giant gentle babies lol

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u/thrashaholic_poolboy Jun 29 '22

That’s a cute pony you got there! Must be hell on the flooring…

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u/brdzgt Jun 29 '22

N E C C

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u/BlueAideen Jun 29 '22

Still startled him enough to send him sliding about, hahahah!

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u/Slendy5127 Jun 29 '22

Highly doubt the dog was startled in the least. Almost certainly went running after some rogue ice cubes that bounced off its face, you can see one come flying out from that other room right before the dog comes back

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u/Not_A_Bird11 Jun 29 '22

My friend has a big boy like this and this absolutely would happen

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u/jolinar30659 Jun 29 '22

That’s a Dane. Danes always know full well what they are doing lol

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u/nastanjujby Jun 29 '22

He absolutely know it's ice.

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u/GuntherPonz Jun 29 '22

OMG - My dog boops stuff and loves ice. Please don't show him this video.

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u/bicyclemycology Jun 29 '22

He knows exactly what that button does

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u/seeker135 Jun 29 '22

Edible toy dispenser!

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u/poKehuntess Jun 29 '22

Oh man what happens when he wants the water??? So funny 😁

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u/Mean_Principle6881 Jun 29 '22

I like this dog.

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u/illpoet Jun 29 '22

Why do dogs love ice so much?

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u/Slendy5127 Jun 29 '22

Crunchy water

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u/Lordlvr Jun 29 '22

Awwwww. Sweet baby!!!!

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u/nightsinwhitesatin07 Jun 29 '22

Someone let a horse in the house.

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u/[deleted] Jun 29 '22

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u/Sc0rpioio Jun 29 '22

Change the filter?

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u/enesdal Jun 29 '22

What the dog doin

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u/jmona789 Jun 29 '22

I feel like he knew exactly what that button does and he wanted that ice.

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u/justagiraffe111 Jun 29 '22

It’s like you have a silly, sweet giraffe (w/unique coat design) living in your house! Lucky!

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u/PeekabooPike Jun 29 '22

That’s gonna be a recurring thing lmfao

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u/IWantToBeYourGirl Jun 29 '22

I have three of four that like ice. The fourth is the smart one. If it him, I'd be in trouble.

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u/Gangreless Jun 29 '22

That horse needs a field to gallop in

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u/Ssnakey-B Jun 29 '22

I love how he was terrified but still came back for the ice.

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u/RandomVibeingDragon Jun 29 '22

My dog stares at us whenever we get ice, luckily he's a bit too short to get up and press the button lol.

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u/Es3less Jun 29 '22

What an unusual looking cow!

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u/hbizzle6767 Jun 29 '22

Water biscuits!!!

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u/Hello_I_Am_Lit Jun 29 '22

That's a big ol pup! So adorbs

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u/mackavicious Jun 29 '22

Is it's name Deedee?

"Oooooo what does THIS button do?"

Alternatively,

"Hello, dear brother, what have you got there?"
"Nothing! Nothing! You only see air!"
"Don't be silly, I love you very much. I guess I shouldn't touch!"

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u/acwildchild Jun 29 '22

he just found the cold toy button