Everyone loves dogs. Not just any dog, every dog. Even ugly dogs have a huge following that can't really be explained beyond people scrunching up their faces and squeaking "but he's so ugly!" Unfortunately, that appeal starts and stops at puppers. Every now and then the internet gets one that that has a really pronounced characteristic that it drives people mad. Photos are shared on all mediums, and eventually make their way to reddit where the chosen few end up in the hands of those subscribed to r/photoshopbattles.
There's nothing malicious about it, and the end result of these is that both pet and owner end up getting recognized on the streets and may eventually find their way onto Ellen. Well this is the story of a puppy that was a little different from the rest where this exact scenario occurred, minus the Ellen part. Take a look at this little doggo and tell me that you didn't immediately fall in love with that mug within the first five seconds of you looking at him.
Show of hands: Who here like dogs? Wow. Pretty much everyone. Me too.
One of the things I love about dogs is their inherit ridiculousness. I mean, just look at them. Particularly this one.
Just look at that little guy's tongue. And his neck, too. And those big ol' eyes. Just look at everything about him. It is all equal parts ridiculous and amazing.
And what do we do with ridiculous and amazing things? We Photoshop them to get more of what we love.
This dog is also a giraffe.
Most dogs just bark at motorcycles.
Top of the morning to you.
A real renaissance dog.
I'm a monster!
I can't stop eating!
The resemblance is uncanny.
Oh yeah. I remember this guy.
I don't get art.
Drugs do crazy things to your body.
Your work has gotten sloppy, Jim.
The country club has no patience for your shenanigans.
Oh! That's where I know him from.
Haha. He's smart AND silly.
How does this dog look like so many different animals?
I'd watch this reboot.
Now its the other dog's time to shine!
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