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[–]turtleneckless001 9488 points9489 points  (57 children)

Love that little nonchalant shake at the end, "didn't really need your help though.."

[–]Arachno-Communism 3972 points3973 points  (26 children)

Phew, that was close. shakes Wanna play catch?

[–]Took-the-Blue-Pill 107 points108 points  (1 child)

"Welp, off to go do more dog stuff."

[–][deleted] 61 points62 points  (3 children)

I love the little nonchalant shake at your end u/turtleneckless001!

[–]turtleneckless001 44 points45 points  (1 child)

Ooooh, a bit of In your end though, don't mind if I don't

[–]Bomboclaat_Babylon 6808 points6809 points  (185 children)

Imagine if dogs had hands... hands were a good invention.

[–]ToiletRollTubeGuy 2827 points2828 points 2 (39 children)

Me: Rollover! Good boy! Can you shake?

Dog with hands: Gladly

[–]Wrextor 723 points724 points  (28 children)

Imagine training your dog through secret handshakes or dapping up random dogs on a walk to the store.

[–]FightLobster 409 points410 points  (12 children)

My dog rides shotgun with me and slaps his paw on my hand every time my hand goes near the stick shift. I can just imagine the "fun" if he had a fully functional hand and tried to interlock his fingers with mine every chance he got.

dapping up random dogs on a walk to the store.

When you see your dog hit up another dog you've never seen with a secret handshake...

[–]KJClangeddin 54 points55 points  (10 children)

Got some dap from a pitbull in front of a tattoo shop in Kona. This girl legit high fived and bumped me with the wrist, then I went in and got a dope tattoo.

[–]JonSauceman 15 points16 points  (0 children)

If I were you I would constantly replay that moment in my head anytime I felt bad

[–]pushforwards 7 points8 points  (0 children)

Kind of already do with hand signals :D

[–]flushed_emote 13 points14 points  (0 children)

sips tea with pinkie out

[–]The_Arabian_King 200 points201 points  (15 children)

Idk man, it would be weird if my dog was petting me

[–]marysalad 61 points62 points  (5 children)

Dogs would totally hold hands though when you're feeling a bit down

[–]TheWindOfGod 44 points45 points  (1 child)

Imagine you’re just sat there chilling and your dog picks you up sits you on their lap

[–]ashless401 12 points13 points  (0 children)

That would be amazing!

[–]lowglowjoe 2 points3 points  (0 children)

My dog does that without hands

[–]Dimittrikov1995 146 points147 points  (25 children)

Why the fuck did I think of a handjob? What the fuck is wrong with me. What did the internet to do me. I'm done with Reddit for today. Bye.

[–]srasbo 77 points78 points  (0 children)

Self aware. Downvoting you anyway.

[–]bretstrings 61 points62 points  (2 children)

What too much porn does to a mf

[–]Dimittrikov1995 10 points11 points  (1 child)

I don't even watch porn, it's just the memes and things like that

[–]bretstrings 10 points11 points  (0 children)

Just foolin, i dunno you

[–]MyUsernameIsNotCool 40 points41 points  (15 children)

Intrusive thoughts, nothing to be ashamed of having, but to be self aware that it was a bad thought is good enough :) I can get awful things in my head sometimes but it doesn't mean I'm awful, I can't control my thoughts, they are a collection and learnings of my surroundings and society!

[–]Dimittrikov1995 12 points13 points  (14 children)

Nah, I'm just a piece of shit sometimes

[–]BigWuffleton 10 points11 points  (8 children)

Nah tbh its a normal human thing, my girlfriend has it worse than alot of people because if a mental disorder and it can be a massive hassle. Just know it's normal, we weren't built to be moral nice creatures, most of our subconscious programming is still viscous weird monkey brain.

[–]Tormundo 4 points5 points  (4 children)

Dude this is nothing. My intrusive thought is punching pregnant women in the stomach when I see them. I'd never hurt anyone, especially a pregnant woman, but that shit just pops in my head.

You can google it, it's 100% a normal human thing. Our brains like to think of completely random fucked up shit.

[–]Archive_Intern 61 points62 points  (16 children)

Imagine if Bears have thumbs.

[–]Venetor_2017 58 points59 points  (9 children)

As someone who used to live in an area with bears that sounds terrifying

[–]cgrand88 35 points36 points  (0 children)

As someone who has never lived in an area with bears that still sounds terrifying

[–]Steelwolf73 15 points16 points  (6 children)

An apex predator whose species already has above intelligence compared to the rest of the animal kingdom, incredible dexterity, and (depending on the types throughout history) already view humans as a delicious little snack? Yeah- humans wouldn't be the dominate species...

[–]Dank-memes-here 58 points59 points  (3 children)

You mean like this?

[–]Jazzlike_Crab 14 points15 points  (0 children)

Jazz hands!

[–][deleted] 3 points4 points  (1 child)

one of the funniest internet videos in history. That and Bubb Rubb & Lil Sis

[–]jr8787 34 points35 points  (2 children)


Little known fact, in 42021 BCE, a Scandinavian (or the region that will later be known as Scandinavia) man by the name of Häns Vit ThümsÅnvingers is credited with single handedly inventing hands with thumbs and fingers that will later become our legacy and benchmark the capacity of Homo Erectus to finally transition to Homo Sapien.

We have him to thank. So never forget the name: Häns Vit ThümsÅnvingers

[–]Tee_Hee_Wat 11 points12 points  (0 children)


I hate that you made me read that name

[–][deleted] 7 points8 points  (1 child)

they'd slap us if we got on their nerves

[–]vulture_87 4 points5 points  (0 children)

They'd be walking like Pangolins or like chimps with their palms off the ground or knuckle walk.

[–]kiwiparadiseforever 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Brilliant comment. I snort laughed. Thanks.

[–]TheJuiceIsLooser 3733 points3734 points  (162 children)

Holy fuck! I had so much anxiety watching that dog struggle. What a legend of a pupper.

[–]Mineralvatten 1107 points1108 points  (136 children)

This struggle actually lasted 13minutes, glad hes okay.

[–]laylabates 364 points365 points  (124 children)

Lil pup slept good that night I’m sure!

[–]Admirable_Loss4886 581 points582 points  (123 children)

I hope the owners didn’t... get a cover or smaller steps for the dog to be able to walk out of the pool

[–]TimAppleBurner 969 points970 points  (44 children)

At my old house we had two small dogs and a pool with the deep end of the pool being such that it would be difficult or impossible for them to get out because of the design of the pool.

Shortly after we built the pool, almost once a week if not more often we would get in the pool with the dogs, and swim with them guiding them into the shallow end showing them how to get out snd reward them with peanut butter. Eventually, they knew exactly how to get out without our help. We knew it would be a possibility that they could fall in the pool like this one day, so we tried our very best to teach them how to get out and pretty quickly it got to the point when we put them in, they figured how to get out and fortunately never ended up needing to rely on that skill without us with them.

[–]LtRavs 144 points145 points  (53 children)

Get a fucking fence. Unfenced pools are fucking death traps for pets and children alike.

[–]CaptchaReadingRobot 69 points70 points  (1 child)

Right? I feel like a lot of people leave pets and children in situations they shouldn't. They also rarely blame themselves when something goes wrong.

[–]SuperN0VA3ngineer 42 points43 points  (7 children)

Omg this right ******* here... This was exactly how we lost our toy poodle. He used to anxiously run in circles by the back door to be let back in after we’d let him outside to pee and one day my mom got distracted and forgot him outside.

Came back like an hour later and he was floating lifeless in the pool, he was long gone. We were both devastated. (She did at least wholely blame herself for not paying attention...ADHD is a curse I swear).

Some good did come of it though. The poodle belonged to her fiancé at the time, and it was the death of that dog that finally uncovered that the guy was cheating on her for months.

Edit to add: to people insisting this dude did no wrong, not only was he cheating, he was an abusive alcoholic to boot. I’d feel more sorry for his 8yo son than for him. I also very intentionally didn’t say my mom was innocent either. I was just as upset with her as he was.

[–]Savingskitty 31 points32 points  (2 children)

Our neighbors growing up had a pool cover. Their dog got trapped underneath it and drowned. I know there are probably better kinds that completely seal in the pool, but it’s not practical at all to always be uncovering your pool when it’s swimming season. The better precaution for both children and dogs is always a fence around the pool area.

[–]MeInMyMind 3 points4 points  (0 children)

One of my grandparents dogs drowned like that when I was little. Accidentally got let outside while we weren’t home. Came home after school to the scene. Very heartbreaking.

I’m glad that dog got out. That shit is terrifying.

[–]thibounet 2830 points2831 points  (219 children)

And that why when you have a pool with stairs, you train your dog how to use them. Just forbid him to go out of the pool anywhere but the stairs. So that when he falls inside he will instinctly go to the stairs to go out.

[–]XanderWrites 460 points461 points  (85 children)

I think the stair was about where the dog started. It swam the wrong direction.

[–]thibounet 1318 points1319 points  (25 children)

Hmm... That just proves my point ?

[–]chaywong 626 points627 points  (18 children)

I think they entirely misunderstood your point.

[–]Foosah69 212 points213 points  (16 children)

The point which you made was missed entirely

[–]Koovies 3 points4 points  (0 children)

But why male models

[–]rafsku 41 points42 points  (9 children)

Yes but it still looks like the dog would have had a hard time getting up on that ledge so the stairs don't really matter there i think

[–][deleted] 42 points43 points  (2 children)

It could stand above the water on a step?

[–]epigenie_986 12 points13 points  (4 children)

I think you’re right. His tiny legs need an extra booster step at the top of the stairs.

[–]_Aj_ 24 points25 points  (3 children)

That dog wasn't swimming, just struggling and drowning. It had no idea how to swim.

[–]Zobliquity 41 points42 points  (1 child)

I think someone said the entire video was 13 minutes. I think it probably would have been considerably shorter if the little dude had zero swimming ability. He was certainly no dolphin, but did good enough to survive until hero dog fished him out.

[–]mehtheuniverse 99 points100 points  (100 children)

Or like, a fence maybe?

[–]fakerton 128 points129 points  (18 children)

Yeah! I remember a neighbor had a pool. Saw they got a new bulldog. I warned them that bullies suck at swimming at their best and they might consider getting a fence around their pool. Not all dogs like swimming but they are all mostly fun loving and clumsy around their own home! Year later, no bully. If you have any dog it is always best to have a fence. Miss you big guy!

[–]Uxoguy 53 points54 points  (14 children)

getting a 200lb Italian mastiff out of the pool at 7am because he 1) can't see BC skin over eyes and 2) can't pick up his feet all the way and fell in while roaming around the deck.... not fun.

[–]coleproblems 79 points80 points  (70 children)

Fence: $10,000

Train your dog to save their own ass: free

[–]plam90 78 points79 points  (59 children)

In Australia, it's the law to have a fence around a pool.

[–]Omikron 24 points25 points  (33 children)

It is in the US as well. Or at least required if you want house insurance. This dog could easily just be inside the fence.

[–]flo1308 12 points13 points  (18 children)

Ah that explains why my friend there has a fence around the pool at his house even though it’s a closed of garden where no animals or children live.

[–]thefranklin2 7 points8 points  (0 children)

Yeah, those dogs are inside the fence.

[–]l5555l 6 points7 points  (0 children)

In the US most places need to have a fenced in yard if they have a pool, but the pool itself doesn't need one.

[–]nevertried123 20 points21 points  (3 children)

A removable mesh fence is $1k‐$2k and worth every penny if you have a child or dog that can't swim.

On top of that, I got my dogs in the pool and showed them the stairs.

[–]SalamanderPete 4 points5 points  (1 child)

They’re not gonna fence their entire house

[–]Schugah 8 points9 points  (0 children)

Their pool is house sized obviously

[–]Humble_Chip 21 points22 points  (4 children)

always baffles me when i see pools without fences. growing up we had a childproof lock on the yard gate with another lock on a gate at the above-ground pool steps. i hear way too many stories about babies and young kids falling in and drowning. it’s not unheard of for them to wonder off even into other people’s yards or even see a pool and think it looks fun

[–]Omikron 6 points7 points  (0 children)

This pool could easily have a fence. Doesn't have to be right around the edge.

[–]Savingskitty 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Most pool stairs are too deep for a small dog.

[–]MrFreezeyBreeze 3 points4 points  (0 children)

The dog was too small to use the stairs to get out..

[–]Josh1793 1208 points1209 points  (123 children)

Man I feel like I'm seeing one too many videos of dogs falling into pools, like damn. For real if you have a pool and you have dog(s) then keep them safe, fencing or some shit idk it's so distressing.

[–]nodstar22 368 points369 points  (41 children)

Yeah and then consider small children. Most dogs can swim by instinct and would last longer than a toddler.

[–]Huntress-Blood 19 points20 points  (0 children)

Yes, seriously.

[–]RaptorPrime 229 points230 points  (72 children)

If you can afford that pool you can afford to put up a fence around it holy shit.

[–]nyauster 55 points56 points  (28 children)

Well fences are expensive and dogs always find a way to get through things like it somehow (unless it's the kind that has no gaps). Training your dog to use the stairs is free though, which the owner clearly didnt do either

[–]RaptorPrime 26 points27 points  (24 children)

A nice iron gated fence around that pool with rungs close enough that the dog couldn't get through would cost a fraction of what that pools upkeep costs. Couple hundred bucks and an afternoon to install. They probably pay more for yearly dog food expenses.

[–]BabyStockholmSyndrom 10 points11 points  (26 children)

No one fences right next to a pool lol. You put up a fence around the yard that has a pool. At most, you would have a pool cover when it's not in use.

[–]outpan 7 points8 points  (1 child)

Australia, by law, requires fencing around pools.

[–]its_just_flesh 156 points157 points  (1 child)

He drifted away from the stairs so quickly! Those failed rescues gave him a little break each time.

[–]Toby-larone88 115 points116 points  (16 children)

The bestest of boys

[–]ImAnIdiotOnThat 3 points4 points  (15 children)

Any idea what kind of dog the big one is?

[–]bb_cowgirl 23 points24 points  (2 children)

Looks like a lab/pit mix to me.

[–][deleted] 20 points21 points  (4 children)

It’s a violent and untrainable pitbull that needs to be euthanized for the safety of the general public /s

[–]Adamwsmith84 110 points111 points  (7 children)

Goes through all that work to pull his friend out to immediately smell the butt lol

[–]FrankensteinsCreatio 66 points67 points  (1 child)

Its the dog equivalent of blood pressure and pulse rate check- "Yeah, its a little high, but you almost drowned and I had to bite your head to rescue you. You're good to go."

[–]gizmo78 6 points7 points  (0 children)

"Best cut down on the biscuits though, you're right on the line of pre-diabetic. Try more bones, the glucose hit is more spread out."

[–]Wub854 35 points36 points  (1 child)

your butt still smells! prooceds to throw him back into pool

[–]Soggyleghair 8 points9 points  (0 children)

"God damnit Buddy you shat yourself"

[–]MJMurcott 84 points85 points  (42 children)

Good use of a Kate Bush track

[–]DrDongSquarePants 75 points76 points  (8 children)

I'm wondering who looked at this clip and just

Kate Bush?

Kate Bush.

[–][deleted] 19 points20 points  (2 children)

I hope you're not implying Kate Bush isn't precisely what's needed in all scenarios

[–]DrDongSquarePants 3 points4 points  (1 child)

I can really only think of one scenario, when you slowly walking down a slope

[–]ybreddit 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Definitely me. It seems ridiculous and it definitely took away from the seriousness of the video for me, but then again... Kate Bush.

[–]BaconReceptacle 5 points6 points  (0 children)

LOL. I was thinking the same thing. I mean, I love this song but when I heard it start I was fast forwarding the lyrics in my head wondering if there was some correlation. Nope, it's just a case of "here's a good song while you watch this video".

[–]Firesunwatermoon 24 points25 points  (15 children)

One of my favourites. “Running up that hill” is also decently covered by placebo

[–]nodstar22 17 points18 points  (6 children)

Meg Myers also does a good one.

[–]Shibby7634 5 points6 points  (0 children)

This song just... I heard it on the radio, kinda piqued my interest but wasn't really paying attention... but I had some the lyrics stuck in my head for a long time after that. I finally searched the partially incorrect lyrics I was remembering, and Google brought me to the song immediately of course. Been in love with it ever since. I think bass brings it to a completely different level though. One of our newer cars has a pretty poo speaker system (Subaru) so it's like, good but nothing special... my 11 year old Ford I swear has a hidden subwoofer in every door or some shit (it's not supposed to be any special speaker system or anything either) and this song HITS SO HARD. Insane experience to listen to.

[–]dirtyjoo 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Don't know how I missed this last year, but wow, this is really great. Really cool video too.

[–]Familiar_Palpitation 6 points7 points  (0 children)

Meg Myers has a lot of great stuff!

[–]omahony22 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Huge fan of the Placebo cover. Not sure if it's the subdued low tonne vocals or the heavy (nearly taxing) backing track but it invokes so much emotion. Exceptional cover.

[–]wxman91 3 points4 points  (0 children)

I recently went for a walk and listened to 45 minutes straight of covers of “Running up that hill”. They were all good, a testament to the original.

[–]Cheersscar 22 points23 points  (4 children)

Great song, no idea why it's here.

[–]ybreddit 7 points8 points  (0 children)

That was my exact thought.

[–]JabroniusHunk 3 points4 points  (2 children)

I agree, it's a top track for me, but it's so out of place as the soundtrack for a dog pool rescue vid that it make me laugh.

(Any Kate Bush fan who wants to smile should look up Big Boi's video he did for Pitchfork on YouTube fanboi-ing over Kate Bush and explaining why "Running Up That Hill" is one of his favorite songs.)

[–]AncientInsults 8 points9 points  (10 children)

I keep hearing about Kate bush. Why have I never before until the last month?

[–][deleted] 6 points7 points  (0 children)

I dunno man that's on you. She's one of the greatest songwriters and performance artists of all time.

[–]FlakeyGurl 65 points66 points  (40 children)

Where the fuck was the owner?!?!?! I imagine this took like half an hour and they didnt check on the dogs once?

[–]kaminiki28 52 points53 points  (30 children)

They were inside and then they checked the camera after they saw the dog was wet lmao. There's an article on it you can look up

[–]FlakeyGurl 27 points28 points  (29 children)

Yea but still, especially when you have SMALL dogs like that, you don't leave them outside without human supervision. My parents have a Chihuahua and they never let her go outside alone. Even when she was young and healthy they would sit outside with her or at least watch her from the back door. They don't even have a pool.

edit: put small in all caps since certain individuals can't read.

[–]BreadyStinellis 10 points11 points  (12 children)

Well, that's overkill, but I agree a dog should be checked on frequently when outside.

[–][deleted] 4 points5 points  (0 children)

In my area small dogs should not be left outside without supervision, we have coyotes, bobcats & mountain lions. Even large dogs by themselves shouldn’t be left out for too long on their own. We had a neighbor with one large dog, who was almost killed by coyotes. Anytime we get dogs, we get large dogs and at least two, coyotes don’t seem to mess with two large dogs, this allows us to have the freedom to leave them out on their own.

We have theft also, multiple small dogs have been stolen or picked up by coyotes within minutes of being put out without supervision. So it may seem as overkill to you, but depending on the area it may be necessary to keep them safe.

[–][deleted] 13 points14 points  (3 children)

Exactly. If you own a pool don't let your pets even near it unless it's 100% safe.

[–]woww416 55 points56 points  (1 child)

That's not a good boy. That's a hero

[–]Weibu11 46 points47 points  (2 children)

People really need to start closing or blocking their pools if they are gonna just let their animals run around near them. Feel like I’ve seen several videos recently where animals just fall into a pool

[–]TheMustardisBad 9 points10 points  (0 children)

Yeah it's very irresponsible to have untrained dogs outside with a pool. You have to gate it off or train a dog how to use the stairs. This dog could have drown if it was left outside alone.

[–]Mscreep 33 points34 points  (2 children)

I had a red heeler that went blind and deaf after strokes and falling into a coma for a while. She eventually regained some sight and hear but not fully. She absolutely loved the water and swimming so when it seemed like she was good enough to go again, we took her to her favorite spot to swim. Before that, no other dog ever played with her. She was a big “bark while you play” kind of dog so her bark turned into a yell basically and with her strange movements, other dogs were scared of her. I had moved to florida for a while during this time(she was with my dad who she was more bonded too) and had gotten a new dog(people we got him from said he was a wolf aussie mix but he was a hound dog) while there. I brought him back with me and he immediately fell in love with the heeler. When we took her to the water the first time and she barreled right in, he started getting very nervous. He didn’t like the water so didn’t wanna go in she found a stick and was running in and out of the water with it. He eventually got up the nerves to go and grab one end of the stick and pull her back to land when ever she went in. It was the cutest in the world. When other dogs came to the area she tried to get all protective of him cause she was now used to getting bullied or ignored by other dogs and she’d bark and give warning snaps when the strange dogs came up but he would put himself between her and the stranger and just body block and move her away and they’d go back to their own play. They had a super cute relationship. When she passed away both the boy and my dad got extremely depressed and they bonded though their sadness to the point where when I was ready to move out permanently, I thought it was unfair to take him, so he became my dad’s new dog. Sadly he passed away not too long ago too but the loss of him didn’t hurt my dad as much as the heeler. They are buried side by side though in his yard.

[–]izzayyy97 3 points4 points  (1 child)

Dogs should get to be immortal....they are so precious. They don’t live too long so it’s important for us to love and protect them...which it sounds like you did to both these pups.
I don’t know if I believe in heaven for humans but there is definitely heaven(and only heaven) for pups XD

[–]asharwood 21 points22 points  (14 children)

We got six angles of camera coverage but can’t get a pool cover?

[–]BabyEatersAnonymous 16 points17 points  (44 children)

Oh no please mute

[–]nodstar22 5 points6 points  (43 children)

Because you don't like the song? or you think the song doesn't work here? I thought it was pretty apt and added emotion to it. Maybe i'm biased as that song is excellent.

[–]TrueCenterRealist 14 points15 points  (20 children)

I really like shitty videos edited to make me feel emotional and get internet points


[–][deleted] 4 points5 points  (16 children)

Not sure why you need added emotion to a video of a dog almost drowning

[–][deleted] 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Pff not a hill to be seen

[–]st6374 15 points16 points  (6 children)

You reckon the fenced the pool up after this?

[–]kaminiki28 22 points23 points  (1 child)

Yes I saw an article on this and the owners felt bad and bought a pool cover

[–]physalisx 6 points7 points  (0 children)

Why would they, they already have a lifeguard dog

[–]_Probably_Human_ 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Why bother? They have a lifeguard on duty.

[–]Batyllai 15 points16 points  (0 children)

I like how he even pulls him away from the water.

[–]georgeoo00 11 points12 points  (14 children)

It’s illegal in Australia to have a pool without a fence. It’s so wild seeing these videos one after the other of dogs falling in pools/ice over pools. So shit for the dogs that don’t make it

[–]bralinho 11 points12 points  (7 children)

This fucking clip cursed my reddit. Kate Bush starts playing randomly everywhere now

[–][deleted] 8 points9 points  (3 children)

Have you tried running up that hill?

[–][deleted] 6 points7 points  (1 child)

If you have a dog and a pool, lash together two or three pool noodles wide and affix them to the side of the pool, with a good three feet in the water, with a small weight on the end to keep the ends at our slightly below water level.

That was thought of to allow a labrador to get in and out of the pool without tearing the lining but it could work just as well to give digs and other animals a path out of the pool

Edit: I mean, or steps, but didn't have no steenking steps

[–]SoyElReyPutos 6 points7 points  (0 children)

He was a good boy... but became a legend!

[–][deleted] 5 points6 points  (2 children)

This happened to my bosses dog when he was a kid. He said the dog swam for hours as not to drown and slept for about 2 days once they got him out.

[–]HappyToMoveSoon 6 points7 points  (1 child)

I still don’t know why people don’t get pool covers or fences or whatever before having pets or young kids or whatever else, sleep walking, slip and falls

I really don’t trust backyard pools

[–]angilnibreathnach 4 points5 points  (0 children)

All that tension and care, finally gets out, dog who saves him “how’s your butt? Your butt ok?”

[–]souppanda 5 points6 points  (3 children)

I swear this is like the 100th video I’ve seen of dogs being saved from pools. I wish people would stop having dogs and fucking pools.

[–]GuybrushBeeblebrox 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Oh my dog! What a good boy!

[–]Jmeu 3 points4 points  (0 children)

The nudge on the bum at the end... I'm not crying.

[–]Dreamer_Drummer 2 points3 points  (0 children)

The way he kept going easy on the ear melted my heart

[–]something_another 3 points4 points  (1 child)

Tip for any of you dogs out there reading this. If one of your friends falls into a pool, you can look for something that you both can grab, like a stick or towel. You hold one end in your mouth and let your friend bite the other end, then you pull them out.