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Some say that dogs and their owners start looking like each other after a while. This interesting photo series by Sebastian Magnani shows why, with the help of some wigs and clothing. Click here to view the first image in today's WINS gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of an 8-bit harmonica.

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What does it take these days for a video to get 2.2-million-plus views in just a few days? How about an 11-month-old Siberian Husky that knows how to say "no" in the most humanly way possible: actually saying it. According to its owner, John Ventresco, Blaze "didn't actually need to go in his kennel this time... was just teasing him =)" Continue reading for more.

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Selfies are the new rage, and the fad has even spread to the animal kingdom, dogs in particular. The specimen you see above was caught with sunglasses on in none other than the bathroom. Others prefer the outdoors and some even laying on the sidewalk. Continue reading to see them all.

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Want to become an internet celebrity and have a dog or other animal that you can use? Then follow in the footsteps of Redditor mmsspp, who "has somehow gotten into the habit of reenacting famous romance scenes from films with his boss's dog that comes into his work everyday," according to Pleated Jeans. Continue reading for more.

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Yes, such a device exists, and it's called NoMoreWoof. Simply put, it's "a mind-reading headset for dogs that translates their thoughts into human language." Should you decide to splurge on the Premium model, it'll set you back $1200 and "programs itself while in use, always learning more of how your dog thinks and reacts over time - this option let's your dog speak short sentences ("I'm hungry - but I don't like this")." Continue reading for a video.

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The internet is loaded with viral pictures of cats and dogs, but recently, animals with their miniature counterparts have become a trend, inspired by Reddit user SteveV91's post. Bored Panda says that "all of the animals look almost identical, even those that ordinarily have diverse coats like dogs and cats." Starting off, we have a cat and a mini-me version in a shopping cart. Continue reading for more.

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Another week, another dog who becomes an internet star. This time, it's Flint, a geeky Pomeranian who just loves 3D movies. According to his owner Robin Yu: "I don't think I've ever seen him grumpy. You can wake him up from sleeping and he's still his pleasant self. He's also quite the law abiding citizen. He follows rules and even makes up some self-imposed ones because he just wants to be a good boy." Continue reading for more pictures.

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Many animals become famous online for talking like a human, performing acrobatic tricks, or doing incredibly intelligent things, but Scout went the alternative route. This adorable pitbull really enjoys balancing things on his head, and it all started with a roll of toilet paper and then progressed into many other things, like food. Continue reading to see them all.

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Here are seven pictures of Harlow and Sage, the internet's most popular dog duo, or at least according to Instagram. My Modern Met says that "funny-faced Harlow has had no problem stealing the show but now he selflessly shares the spotlight with Indi. The cuddly pair can be seen taking naps together, playing with one another, and dressing up in matching costumes." Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a dance battle between two people you'd least expect.

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Photographer Sophie Gamand unveils her latest photo series, titled "Wet Dog". Sophie says that it basically captures dogs "being washed during their grooming sessions. The way the water plays with their hair in a very painterly manner, and their facial expressions as the water is poured on them creates striking portraits that resemble famous humans or important characters. The dogs become timeless sculptures." Continue reading for more.

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