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Being a pet owner myself, naturally this ad campaign caught my attention. As if Trevor Donovan wasn’t adorable enough, his support for Helping Homeless Animals pushes him past cute overload. The 35-year-old channels his inner boxer to fight for abused and neglected animals. Check out Donovan showing off his bod for the non-profit organization below.

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I guarantee this will be the cutest thing you’ll see all day. It’s so darn adorable, I nearly choked up. Perhaps, it’s just me because I’m in a puppy state of mind right now. Brian and I recently got a dog and experiencing the joys and pains of training a new pet ;)

For it’s 2014 Super Bowl commercial, Budweiser is going the sentimental route. The advert features the brand’s signature mascots, the Clydesdales, and a too-cute-for-words yellow Labrador pup. The two form an unlikely friendship. Sadly, they are separated when the puppy gets adopted. As if the visual wasn’t enough, the use of Passenger’s “Let Her Go” will put you over the edge. Check out the clip below to see how it all unfolds.

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This is definitely one of the cutest videos I’ve ever seen. The Humpy Observer took the time to compile a bunch of the cutest animal videos on the internet into one compilation. The result: death by cuteness.

Kittens, birds, bunnies, puppies, and so many other adorable animals are shown in this video. I have two dogs myself and I couldn’t imagine my life without them. If anything, this video can show you how having a pet could bring so much joy and love into your life. Combined with the music, it’s enough to make you cry. In fact, one YouTube commenter even wrote, “This video can? even make Chuck Norris cry”.

The music that the compilation is set to is “The Time To Run (Finale)” by Dexter Britain. Watch the adorable video below.

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In a just released video from Eliot’s Sketchpad, we get to see what it would be like if gay and lesbian dogs went to their own gay bar.

Whether wandering around looking for their friends, looking for a connection with another guy (or shall I say… looking for a “bone”), or trying to avoid the guy that’s hitting on you, these dogs are going through it. There are even lesbians dogs that get annoyed of the gay queen dramatics.

Eliot’s Sketchpad is created by Eliot Glazer. Here’s how he describes himself: “Eliot Glazer likes a lot of things, one of which is writing and performing comedy sketches. He also likes drawing, which is why so much of his self-proclaimed ‘brain garbage’ begins as a simple drawing, but turns into something much, much weirder. Check out his latest funny video below.

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Dog Eat Dog is a short film based on the true story of how actor/producer Zachary Quinto finally adopted his first dog in a Los Angeles Animal Shelter. During the events of his hilarious trials in attempting to adopt a shelter animal, Sian Heder, the film’s director was apparently there with him and taking notes about the whole thing to make a good dinner party story. After the story was told many times, it eventually evolved into the script. The film is described as “a twisted, fun, morality tale about the lengths to which some of us will go in order to get what we want.”

Zachary Quinto said, “We are excited to be sharing Dog Eat Dog with Petsami. This story is very close to all of us, as we have all rescued or fostered dogs over the years. The story of the film is an exaggerated account of how I eventually found my rescue dog Noah, but it still reflects a bit of the reality I faced when I was looking to adopt a shelter dog. Additionally, we are incredibly honored to have Philip Baker Hall and Sharon Wilkins, both pet lovers themselves, join us to make the film.”

Dog Eat Dog also really serves as a reminder of how there are so many dogs that need a home – one with a responsible, loving owner. Watch the cute and funny short film below.

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A new video from FatAwesome (a comedy group from Boston) tackles what it would be like if your friends acted like your pets and it has almost 4 million views already.

In the video, one guy plays the owner, another the dog, and the third guy plays the cat. From their behaviour when the owner comes home, to when he’s cooking in the kitchen, or just relaxing on the couch, they pretty much nailed it. Being a dog owner myself, I totally saw my dogs in what was shown in this video. I loved one part when the owner just gets home and the dog is so excited and runs over to him and says, “Ah! What’s up man! It’s so good to see you! I know I saw you this morning but it seems like it’s been forever.” It’s also hilarious to to see the huge contrast between the dog and the cat behavior as well.

Enjoy the cute and funny video below.

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The November/December “Obsessed” issue of Wonderland comes out this Friday and features One Direction competing for cuteness with the puppies their each holding. The adorable “awkward family photo-inspired” group shot makes the cover of the magazine, with each of the guys (Harry Styles, 18, Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, all 19, and 20-year-old Louis Tomlinson) having individual shots with their Labs. So much puppy love!

The magazine hasn’t released any quotes from their interview with the boys, but their website does say the issue will “talk about the fear and the fandom of One Direction, talking to the band about the real story behind the biggest boy band in the world.”

One Direction also just did a shoot with British Vogue and released the music video for their new single, “Little Things.” Check out the adorable photos below!

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Having a dog (or any pet for that matter) will change your life. Personally, I’ve had two dogs for about seven years now: Max and Lucy. They are such a big part of my life and I literally can’t imagine what my life would be like without them. They say that a good indication parenting skills become evident when you raise a pet. I believe this to be true.

I’m writing this article because I’ve been seeing and hearing about a lot of people giving away their dogs lately and it seriously breaks my heart. The reasons have ranged from work to changes in living arrangements. Everyone goes through their own struggles and situations, but it’s sad to me to see people seeing that giving their dog up as the solution. I even heard about someone recently posting on FB that since their dog was getting into the garbage and throwing up, they were going to put the dog down unless someone adopted her. They later removed the post.

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