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Siberian Huskies Dogs Walking on Water

Photo credit: Fox Grom

Russia-based photographer Fox Grom has managed to capture what appears to be Siberian Huskies walking on water, but it's all just a clever illusion. You see, this particular lake is completely frozen over, except for a thin layer of melted ice up top. When the dogs realized this, they began playing around on the thawing lake, making it look like a giant mirror of sorts. Grom resides in the ultra chilly Kirovsk regoin in Murmansk Oblast, which is in the northern part of Russia. Nearly the entire area is north of the Arctic circle, which means that this probably isn't the first time the lake has frozen over. Continue reading for more pictures.

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Stray Dog Revenge

One driver in China did not follow the saying "let sleeping dogs lie," and he paid the price. This person drove home one day in Chongqing to find a stray dog lying in his favorite parking spot, so he got out and kicked it. Well, a short while later, the animal returned with some of its pals and chewed up the bodywork and windscreen wipers of the driver's car. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Nutello the Pug

Photo credit: Instagram

There's the Rich Dogs Of Instagram and now, Nutello the Pug. This stylish dog from Switzerland has been unofficially proclaimed as the "world's most fashionable pug", and he sports everything from plaid patterns that bring out his inner hipster hound, to disco dog throwbacks, complete with a furry afro.

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Star Wars Dog

The 50.6-megapixel Canon 5DS R is not required to capture once-in-a-lifetime moments, just being at the right place and time. For example, the photographer who captured the shot above just so happened to snap the shot exactly when both dogs were in full stride, feet off the ground and all. Next, they uploaded the shot to the internet, and as you can see, the rest is history. With just a little more work, we're almost certain lightsaber effects can be added. Continue reading for more.

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Teacup Pomeranian

There are some who prefer larger dogs, while others, the teacup variety, like the Pomeranian you see above. These dogs are perfect for cuddling up on the couch and playing fetch in the yard. Despite their small size, Pomeranians have a noticeably loud bark and make excellent watchdogs, but sometimes don't know when to stop barking, so it's a good idea to train them to stop barking on command. Continue reading for more puppies that could be mistaken for teddy bears.

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Hide-and-Seek Dog

Hide-and-seek is basically a game in which a number of players conceal themselves in the environment, to be found by one or more seekers. The game is played by one player chosen (designated as being "it") closing their eyes and counting to a predetermined number while the other players hide. After reaching the number, the player who is "it" attempts to locate all concealed players. These dogs clearly have no idea how this game works. Continue reading to see more.

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Solid Snake Dog

This looks like a normal sleeping dog at first glance, but once you zoom in on its ear and flip the image, Solid Snake's face suddenly appears. Gamers know him best as a fictional character and one of the main protagonists of Konami's Metal Gear series created by Hideo Kojima. Solid Snake's character is a combination of a spy, mercenary and special operations agent. Unfortunately, this dog is none of those. Continue reading for an up-close look and comparison.

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Puppies Using Computers

Yes, we know it's Monday, and despite Christmas being just a couple days away, there are many people who still have to work. These puppies also seem to have the Monday blues, but at the very least, they're learning how to become self sufficient, or so we can hope. They range from two little ones sleeping directly on the keyboard to a Corgi that is determined to figure things out. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of kids who received some unexpected presents for Christmas, but were still grateful.

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Dog Portrait

Photo credit: Alicja Zmyslowska

Let's face it, getting dogs to hold poses isn't the easiest of tasks, but pet photographer Alicja Zmyslowska from Poland has mastered the art. In the skilled hands of Zmyslowska, regular dogs are placed is beautiful outdoor settings, and used to create fantasy-like images. She focuses on each dog as an individual to showcase their individual characteristics and personalities. Some of the lenses used in these shoots include the : f/2.8L Canon 70-200mm USM telephoto, f/1.8 85mm medium telephoto and f/1.4 50mm medium telephoto lenses.Continue reading for more.

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Munchkin Shih Tzu

Munchkin the Shih-Tzu's owners didn't want to buy a traditional costume for their dog on Halloween. So, they came up with this custom teddy bear suit, which has won over the internet. Here's how they did it: "Measure your dog in the front from feet to top of head (Munchkin is 14"). Buy a teddy bear in similar color to your dog in their size (I got hers on Amazon for $30). Cut the face off, cut the bottom of the feet off, cut open the back. Take all the stuffing out except for the arms. Bear only goes on front part of their body/legs and back half is exposed. Put a string or velcro through the back behind the neck to tie/close. The bear's arms hung down, so I sewed them up a bit higher so they stuck out to sides more instead of hanging down. Took me maybe 15 minutes to make!" Continue reading for the video.

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