Jim Ven
Jim Ven1 years ago

thanks for the article.

Carrie-Anne Brown

thanks for sharing..

GGma Sheila D.
GGmaSAway D3 years ago

Sorry, but don't think training animals to act like humans is adorable...they're so cute when they're just being their own adorable selves. Adopt children if you need to teach someone how to walk and act like people, leave the animals alone. Fetch i understand, walking upright I don't.

Edgar Zuim
Edgar Zuim3 years ago

So cute...

Lynn C.
Lynn C3 years ago


B J.
BJ J3 years ago

Does this running gear make my tail look fat?

Marilyn L.
Marilyn L3 years ago

Some of you folks crack me up...you yak, yak, yak about humane treatment of animals yet you think it's cute for an animal to be 'dressed' in clothing not suited for an animal and walking on two legs, which is also not normal. I don't think this video is cute and I think the 'owner' of this poor poodle needs to find a brain.

Trina Hawkins
Trina Hawkins3 years ago

Hahahahahaha, at Steven G. That's a Good one ! :) Very Cute dog for sure! I wouldn't do that to my dogs ,but lots of people with small dogs do dress them up ! Now my dogs Do wear sweaters when we have snow and it's below 32 degrees out,Why? Because their hair is just about 1/4 inch long ,so they do get COLD when outside going potty!

Billie C.
Billie C3 years ago

cute. some dogs love to be dressed up and walk on their back feet. if that dog didn't like it jean-parrie it would be falling over on it's side.

Jean-Pierre Guay
Jean-Pierre Guay3 years ago

Care2 is full of actions against animal mistreatment, vegan lifestyle, etc. (wich I all agree) yet someone puts a video like that and all the comments from people of that same community are "oh so cute!". Please! This video is another example of humans bending a sentient being to their whim! how did the dog "learned" that trick? by manipulation! Anybody else see the cognitive dissonance here?