This Little Pup Climbs Up The Slide For The First Time. Now Watch When Her Big Sister Does THIS

Kids love going to the playground and so do their parents. They can run wild, explore the different play things, and get all their pent up energy out. It’s a great way to spend part of the day while having fun and staying active. Parent’s can sit back and relax while their kids play close by and it creates lots of happy memories.

Do you remember your first time at a playground? If not, just think about how confusing and daunting the whole set up and different features would be. When you’re young, and things in life are completely new to you, the experience would be a lot to take in all at once.

Think about how odd and perplexing the swings, slides, tunnels, monkey bars, climbing nets and whatever else there is on a playground would seem without knowing more about them. If you don’t know what they are or how to use them, you’d likely be miffed by it all.

Only when a friend, parent, or someone else shows you the way are you fully able to understand and grasp how fun and delightful a playground is meant to be!

That is exactly how a young Golden Retriever felt on her first trip to the playground with her human companion and older sister, a fellow Golden Retriever named Lil. Lil loves going down the slide and went straight for it once they got there.

Her little sister was less certain about the whole thing and hesitated to put her body in the plastic tunnel. So Lil demonstrated the proper technique and waited patiently at the bottom for the puppy to slide down to her. However, the youngster needed more time to sniff around and still couldn’t muster up the courage, so her human friend rode the slide down and again showed her how to do it.


The puppy got into the opening and looked down at the two below, and that’s when Lil grabbed the leash that was dangling down the slide with her teeth. She gave it a gentle tug and with that the puppy came sailing down the slide. She landed on her feet and sported a huge puppy grin that said it all; she loved it!

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Have You Seen These Parking Spots That Have Been Painted Purple? THIS Is What It Means!

For the men and women who have been wounded in combat, the sudden shift from military life to civilian life can be especially difficult. After sacrificing so much while serving their country, injured veterans often face long uphill battles on their road to recovery. While many show outward signs of their injuries and bear bodily scars, many more are wounded internally, in their hearts and minds. These men and women often witnessed horrific tragedies and yet they fail to receive the treatment and help they truly deserve and need. Some go on to develop PTSD or depression and all too often they end up suffering in silence.

Many veterans return home and successfully resume a normal civilian life but countless others struggle with the transition. There are many organizations, charities, support groups, and local community members who want to raise awareness and help those veterans readjust to life outside the military. They offer medical and financial assistance, job training, special housing for those who return disabled, counseling, and much more!

Recently the Wounded Warriors Family Support Organization wrote that in America today “There are an estimated 1.8 million Purple Heart recipients, combat wounded service members who have transitioned back into civilian life.” The organization noted that many of these veterans often go unrecognized by society and without help, and as such our country can do a whole heck of a lot more for them.

Which is why the organization has decided to offer ‘Combat Wounded Parking Signs’ to local businesses across the country who wish to offer reserved parking spaces for those injured in combat. The signs feature a prominent Purple Heart image along with the words ‘combat wounded’ and ‘reserved’ written in purple to clearly signify what it all means. In addition, all of the reserved spots will be painted purple which helps to attract more attention and the signs can be obtained free of charge from the organization.

So far the parking spots and signs have attracted positive interest and both veterans and civilians alike have welcomed and hailed them as a great idea. One social media user commented online “Priorities well placed! Even if the spot is empty, a good reminder for those who walk by.” Now that the word is out and more and more spots are popping up across the country, the concept is steadily gaining and bringing much needed attention to the plight of our nation’s veterans.

The next time you see a purple parking spot, don’t park in it unless you have a Purple Heart! It’s just one small act of respect and acknowledgment that our veteran’s so clearly deserve.

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Mom Tells Her Pup It’s Time To Leave The Park. He Proceeds To Throw The Most Hysterical Hissy Fit.

From a dog’s point of view, visiting the dog park ranks high up on the list of fun things to do and favorite places to go. It’s the main spot where all the local dogs can gather together and interact with one another openly and freely. They get to run around, sniff people out, meet up with old dog friends and make new ones, and play games like fetch and chase.

Dog parks are basically like what going to the playground is for a young child. It’s not only fun, it’s also convenient, for both owners and their pets so everybody wins! Many people bring their dogs to help socialize them so that they’re comfortable and relaxed, rather than fearful and aggressive, around other dogs.

There’s a bunch of different reasons and advantages to going to the dog park. An often cited one is that your pet gets to release a lot of their pent up energy. When you return home they usually pass out and sleep the day away, so you’re free to get things done while knowing that your dog is happy and well taken care of.

However, whereas many of our faithful companions get tired out and are eventually ready to head home, some seem to have limitless energy. They’re the ones who never want to leave when it’s time to go and who fight you every step of the way, begging and whining to stay longer. That’s precisely how the big beautiful Husky reacts when his owner tries to corral him out of the dog park. What you see here is how this dog reacts every single time he visits the park, which according to his owner is daily!

The handsome boy sure knows how to throw one heck of a loud temper tantrum. He whines and moans up a storm in protest while standing firmly in place when his mom tells him it’s time to go. It even sounds like he’s saying “nnooooo” over and over again as he cries out in anguish over the thought of having to leave the park! He carries on for about a minute and doesn’t stop when other dogs or people wander over to him.

The only thing that gets him to stop moaning is the promise of a tasty treat offered up by a woman. When he hears that he starts moving quickly along, just like a good boy! It seems that no matter how long this Husky gets to stay at the dog park, it’s never long enough for his wants, needs, or desires. Check him out!

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This Dog Sees A Squirrel While He Is In The Car. His Reaction I Can’t Stop Laughing!

Rocco is a Springer Spaniel who was caught on video literally losing it at the sight of a squirrel.  His owner, Meaghan Griffin, seemed to know that he is quite passionate in his squirrel interest.  This pup goes absolutely crazy!  His barking transforms as his adrenaline surges.

Watching a squirrel through the window of the car he is riding in, his barking turns into a howling, high-pitched squealing.  One has to wonder what is going through his head.  Is he scared, excited, picking up some cues from the squirrels that we humans aren’t privy to?!

Or maybe it’s just his instinct.  Whatever it is, this video captures a moment in a dog’s life that really brings a moment of canine excitement and hilarity that can’t be beat.  Meet Rocco!


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Human Tells His Dog It’s Time To Leave The Park. Husky Refuses and Throws a Hysterical Tantrum.

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For many of our canine friends, the dog park is a place filled with fun and excitement. They are happening spots where lots of different dogs from all over the place come together to play, run around, and do whatever else it is that dogs love to do!

While many dogs eventually get tuckered out and are ready to go home after awhile, some just can’t seem to get enough playtime in at the park. The latter is exactly how this adorable Husky feels every single time he visits the dog park, which according to his owner is daily.

The handsome boy is big and energetic so he has a lot of steam to run off. It seems that no matter how long his stay at the fun park lasts, it’s always way too short for his wants and needs. Instead of being a good doggy who listens obediently whenever his mom tells him to come and that it’s time to go, he responds by throwing a temper tantrum! The disappointed Husky stands solidly in one place and just whines and moans. He cries out in anguish over the prospect of having to leave the park and it even sounds like he’s saying “nooooooo” over and over again.

After about a minute or so of crying aloud a few other dogs and people come over to where the distressed Husky is. One woman can be heard offering him a treat and that is what finally gets him moving along. This is a perfect example of classic dog behavior, aka not budging until a tasty treat is thrown their way!

After you check out the cute Husky throwing an absolutely adorable tantrum don’t forget to share it with friends, family, and fellow dog lovers and owners who can appreciate it for exactly what it is, which is smile inducing!

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His Human Asks This Pup If He Wants To Go To The Park. His Response Is Hysterical!

This dog has a hilarious reaction when his people parents ask him if he wants to go to the park. Sitting in the backseat, he almost loses it when he hears the word “park”, and he expresses himself eloquently with noises I have never heard come from a dog’s mouth!

He sounds more like he is telling a story than simply barking. Maybe he is speaking in full sentences, and we just can’t understand him? He gets his general point across, certainly, but what is he really saying?

The park? THE PARK?! Of course I want, to go to the park, it’s the only thing I have been thinking about ever since you grabbed my leash and took me to the car. Then we were driving down the road and all I could think was, “There might be squirrels in the park!”

I could catch a squirrel this time. Maybe this will be the time I actually catch one! And there will be other dogs, too. And so many smells, oh the smells! I can’t even contain my excitement, I’m slurring my words a bit. Why do you keep asking if I want to go, of course I want to go! Let’s just get there already, less talk, more park!

And when we get there, will you throw the ball for me? I love when you throw the ball. I go pick it up and bring it back to you, which seems to make you happy, and then you throw it again! Which makes me happy. I could play fetch all day long, if only your arm and attention span could keep up.

Oh well, at least there will be squirrels! Please, let there be squirrels, and maybe a chipmunk or two. Oh and pigeons! I just hope there are no crows, those sneaky bastards. I hate crows. Always lurking and playing tricks on me. Tell us what you think!

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