St Bernard is Afraid of Stairs


What would you do if your St. Bernard found himself up the stairs and was too afraid to take the stairs to go back down?
These loving polish speaking doggie parents show us how they did it.

According to a comment on YouTube, this is the translation:

What he says: – My lovely doggie, come, come, here we go, come, come sonny, we’re going down. Your Mrs is smart, and allowed you up-stairs, and now we have to toil over it to get you down. And You’re also so damn smart, now come, come, here look. (from downstairs some talking about sausage) Yes, give him some sausage, he really needs sausage now, hey sonny, look, there’s ninja. Ninja, call Maniek. That much, but he’s… – Here sonny. – Look, here’s sausage, please. – Why did you give it to him.
But I didn’t give it. Come, he’s not gonna come, look he won’t take even a step. – Oh, We won’t play around. I’m gonna push him. – You’ll have to clean the floor now. (some gibberish). Don’t worry, look your Mrs is coming, you know what’s gonna happen. Look what’s happening when he’s dribbling. Are you gonna make something like that again? He’s gonna hurt himself. – We’re coming Maniek – We’re coming Maniek.    Come my precious. 😀 I told you he can’t come up here. Come.

What Do Moose Do in Alaska When It’s Hot?


It’s a hot summer day. A couple twin moose find a way to beat the heat. My friend, Nancy, caught it all on her iphone at her University of Alaska office in Anchorage.

At first they look a little like dogs playing in the sprinkler. But take a closer look. Those creatures won’t be leaving paw prints. Maggie, our canine contributor, loves moose. She has a collection. She freaks out when she hears or smells deer in our yard. I wonder what she’d do if she ever saw a real moose.