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German Shepherd Thinks He’s a Nanny, Helps His Human Friend Get Ready For Bed

Talented and adorable dog filmed during a bedtime routine.


The instant connection that humans have with their “fur babies” or pet dogs is undeniable. Over the years, they have proven their loyalty to men and their impressive traits never fail to get us (humans) every time too. Indeed, dogs are “man’s best friend” and they continue to live up to that.

This professionally trained dog dubbed as “Baron The German Shepherd” takes it to the next level.

Baron’s recent video entitled “Bedtime featuring Baron The German Shepherd” shows Zander’s bedtime routine with pet dog Baron. It highlights how talented Baron is especially his “human-like” ways–from tidying Zander’s room, joining him in praying and story time, tucking him into bed and turning the lights off before leaving. The video uploaded on YouTube has received more than 1 million views already.

This incredibly talented dog even has his own Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts too. He was also filmed doing the housework, helping his trainer workout, learning how to use the toilet and even puts the lid down after–viewed thousands of times since, making him an Internet celebrity.

Watch the adorable video below:

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Baron is also pretty handy around the house:

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Credits: Hill Country K9


Two Men Befriend a Lion and the Story of Their Reunion is Heartwarming

This heartwarming video just proves that if you show a creature kindness and love, it will treat you with the same kindness and respect.


Lions are the second largest living cat and are known as the "King of the Beasts". They are known for their ferocious nature, often killing their prey through asphyxiation. Lions are also extremely territorial, with the male lions primarily defending the pride against intruders.

Having said all that, one can then assume that human contact with lions is dangerous, given their wild nature. However, the story of this lion and two compassionate men can prove otherwise.

In 1969, John Rendall and Ace Bourke saw a lion cub being peddled in Harrods. Feeling sympathy for the poor animal, Rendall and Bourke decided to bring it home to their flat, with the local vicar allowing the lion to run around the church grounds for exercise. Unfortunately though, the lion which they named Christian, grew too large for them to be able to continue keeping in their flat. Having no other plausible choice, they decided to release Christian back into the wild. One year after releasing Christian into the wild, they wanted to visit him and see his living conditions, but were advised not to proceed with their plans because Christian has fully integrated into the wild and was already leading his own pride. Not heeding the advice given to them, they proceeded and visited Christian anyway.

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Why Are Cats So Insanely Terrified of Harmless Cucumbers?

A wild cucumber appeared!


Cats are known to be stealthy creatures, with quick reflexes and sharp claws and teeth for catching their prey. Like canines, they have better auditory and smell senses than humans, which are essential for their predatory nature.

However, a video showing our furry feline friends being surprised by cucumbers strategically placed by their mischievous humans is making us doubt their stealth skills.

Yep, you heard that right! It's hardly believable that a stealthy predator which fearlessly jumps around tall bookshelves and bravely explores dark and unknown corners is in fact terrified of a common vegetable. However, according to some experts, scaring cats with cucumbers is actually bad for them. So you might want to think twice about trying to pull this prank on your pet.

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Chinese Scientists Decoded “Panda Language” After 5 Years Of Research.

Time to learn the “panda language.”

Learning the animal language is important just as how humans learn their own. This allows us to communicate, interact, understand and have a better relationship with these equally special creatures. There are many researches and experiments conducted in the past about decoding the language of several animals, the panda language being one of them.

After 5 years of thorough research, Chinese scientists from Wolong Panda Research Center in Sichuan Province, China have finally decoded the language of the panda, finding out the meanings of 13 giant panda vocalizations. According to them, understanding panda sounds will help them understand more about their psychological and living habits.

They also found out that "baby pandas and human babies are quite the same when it comes to basic needs."


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