Thursday, September 30, 2010
Commentary about the video
This is actually a video that my dad shared with me via Facebook about this English Bulldog casually watching tv while sitting on a sofa with a remote control near his lap. Now this is actually an unusual feat since getting a dog to casually watch TV like this bulldog featured in the video can be easier said than done. I have 2 dogs myself, though they are not bulldogs (I have a golden retriver and a bichon frise shizu instead) and they usually ignore the TV when it is on. I even try showing animal videos posted on Stupid Videos in front of them (there is a channel for that on comcast on demand, where you can watch random viral videos that people post on that site) and they usually ignore it anyways, though sometimes they will only react to certain sounds. I have to give the poster of this video credit for being able to get his dog to watch TV on a couch. BTW, there are other videos of dogs watching TV as well, but not as creative as this one.
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Here is a funny video posted by slatester on youtube about cats on a treadmill. Funny video. BTW, if you like these videos, plz be sure to share it with others, comment on it, etc. Also, do take some time to visit some of my sponsors, as ad revenue can go towards making alot more videos of my own (for example, fliming trips to the zoo), enable me to spend more time posting to this blog, as well as supporting my advertisers as well.
Friday, September 24, 2010
Here is a funny video about someone trying to get their dog to "say I love you". As you can see, the dog does his own thing instead. Funny stuff
Friday, September 17, 2010
- must be animal related
- must be pg 13 rated or less
- If it is a video someone else posted, I will need the person's credentials (for example, if you post a youtube video, his/her screen name will do) before posting it (gives him/her credit for the video).
- please no duplicate videos as well
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Sunday, September 12, 2010
Here is a video of Mishka the Husky (posted by gardea23 and shared by Chad) saying "I love you mom"!. In case if you have not noticed, Mishka is a famous siberian husky on youtube that can mimick human words (almost like Chewbacca) and says words like, "I love you", "nooo" (when asked if she was stupid in one video), "Obama" as well as other words. BTW, if you have a dog that can rival Mishka, pm me and I will post it on my blog too.
Friday, September 10, 2010
As you probably know I have developed an interest in huskies (btw, if you have a favorite breed to show, feel free to comment). Anyways, one interesting husky on youtube is a dog named Mishka the Husky. She is a siberian husky that has gained noteriety for her ability to "talk" almost like a person. There are plenty of videos of mishka (as well as similar huskies and malamutes) and here is one of them. BTW, if you like these videos, please be sure to subscribe to this blog and share it with others. Enjoy the video:
Thursday, September 9, 2010
Dog Eat Dog World video, submitted to me by Chad on Facebook
Tuesday, September 7, 2010
Here is a short video of Teddy and Angel playing. Teddy was Tucker's predecessor (though Teddy passed away during the summer of 2007, though we got Tucker about a month after Teddy died) and at the time of the video, Angel was still a puppy.
Here is a short video of my golden retriever and my bichon frise shizu. At the time of this video, Tucker was still a puppy (about 6 months old) and Angel was 2 years old. Enjoy this video. BTW, if you like this blog, be sure to share it with others.
Monday, September 6, 2010
For those of you who like Huskies and sled dogs, here is a trailer for a funny movie I have seen recently: "Snow Dogs". It is about this guy from Miami who moves to Alaska to take up sled dog racing after a twist of fate. This is a funny comedy video I recommend to anyone. BTW, moving from Miami to Alaska has got to be a HUGE change considering 1) you would be moving from a hot climate to a cold climate, 2) moving from a big city in Florida to a tiny country town in Alaska (that would be alot like moving from Los Angeles to say Skagway, Alaska) and 3) going from not having any dogs to having not only a border collie, but about 7 siberian huskies, and that would take some getting used to of course.
I think it is time for some comic relief. Here is a hillarious episode I have seen on Beavis and Butthead recently, posted by MTVsBeavisButthead where Beavis and Butthead take a trip, where they hope to adopt a dog that bites. Of course, you know what they say, "be careful what you wish for", and so hillarity ensues. Enjoy the video
Sunday, September 5, 2010
As you can probably see, I have become a sucker for huskies and malamutes. Hey, just about everyone has their own favorite dog breeds of course (my dad's for example is the golden retriever, Brett's is the german shepard, my mom's is the small breeds such as shizus) and mine happens to be both the siberian husky and the alaskan malamute (would get one myself some day but don't have the money for one at this time). Anyways, this last summer, I have take some videos of huskies and malamutes. Here are some of the dogs that I have seen. BTW, have a husky or malamute related video you want to share? Feel free to list them in the comments section or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I went to the Evergreen State fair in Monroe recently (both on August 28, 2010 and Septemer 4, 2010). In this video, I was at the dog exhibit and took videos of the different breeds they had there (yes that is a malamute in the picture). BTW, if you took any videos at the fair and want to share them, be sure to let me know.
Friday, September 3, 2010
I have to give this lady credit (pp2cool) as she was able to lift this fully grown Alaskan Malamute. I would imagine that malamutes are very heavy to lift. I have a golden retriever myself and even those can be very heavy to lift too, even though they are about half the size of malamutes. BTW, if you have a large dog like a malamute, let's see you try and mimick this video. If you are able to, feel free to share your video on this blog.
Do you have a youtube video, stupid videos video, etc to share? I would love to host your video here at http://rjanimalvideos.blogspot.com/. There are plenty of videos out there, and it would be impossible to host all of them on this blog. If you are interested, please either comment on this blog or email them to me at email@example.com with a link to your video. By the way, I could use some fellow authors and so if you want to become a sub author here, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I can send you an email invite.
- 15% ad revenue sharing program for the top 5 contributors each month (from linkshare, clickbank, adsense, and/or amazon.com). Will distribute 10% of the ad revenue this site generates to the top 5 contributors (note: how much I will distribute will depend on how much ad revenue this blog generates each month). So if I made $100, the top 5 would earn $15 each. For maximum earnings, you should consider helping me to promote this blog since more traffic means more potiential ad revenue. BTW, eventually, I will extend the ad revenue sharing to everyone who contributes, but for now I will keep at the top 5 due to budget restrians. Of course, if you all want ad revenue, I could use sub affiliates (preferably those of you with websites or ad enabled blogs) with several of my ad networks including: Linkshare, Clickbooth, Points Click Track, Global Domains International (a network marketing firm that sells web hosting plans to people), Ad Click Media, Rev Click, etc. Email me at email@example.com if you are interested. Will send you my sign up links to them then.
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- This blog is for you all
- Get links to your website, youtube channel, etc.
- must be videos you or people you know have taken
- must be relevant to animals (such as dogs, cats, farm animals, horses, etc). Cartoons, video games, and other media with animal content (such as Sims 2 pets) are ok too. Irrelevant content (such as videos on income opportunities not related to animals) will not be posted.
- Please no "shock videos" (such as people killing their dogs, animals being sent to the slaughter, etc). I want to keep this blog PG-13 rated (or less). If you must share a potientially controversial video, warn me and if I do post it, I will need to put up a warning label for it.
- No hate videos
- No biased videos allowed
- Your video must not redirect to another site, contain malware, or other harmful and annoying stuff.
Thursday, September 2, 2010
For those of you looking for huskies for sale, check out this video posted by petclassifieds1
In this video, I got a little bored (probably after doing yard work) and thought it would be funny to show how my dogs react when I ring the door bell. Watch the dogs as they go berserk in reaction to the doorbell. Note: nobody else was home at the time, and so I go "who's here?"
Here is a video I took of my golden retriever, Tucker. Yes, currently I only have a golden retriever and a bichon frise shizu. I am also thinking about getting either a Siberian Husky or an Alaskan Malamute some day, but it will probably be a while before that happens since I don't have the money for one at this time.
Wednesday, September 1, 2010
Here is a funny youtube video about a golden retriever drinking some wine. Good times!
Here is a funny video I saw at Adult Swim's channel on youtube. It is a robot chicken episode about a giraffe that fell into quicksand. Don't worry, he does not actually die.
Here is a short video I took of an Alaskan Malamute I saw at the Dry Falls Rest area on the way back to Snohomish from Priest Lake Idaho. As you can see in this video, the malamute was tied up while his owners were in the visitor center and was obviously bored. I would have filmed him longer and got a closer look at him (though he did seem friendly as he let me pet him as I was leaving the visitor center myself), but my family was in a hurry to head out, and plus I did not want to look like I was tesing the dog (such as giving him the impression I was going to let him loose, which is obviously not a good idea especially with huskies and malamutes as they are known to run away when off leash).