29 Glorious Friendships Between Big And Little Dogs

1. This little dog who knows he always has someone to lean on, literally and figuratively.

Waiting to go back inside after a walk! #bernesemountaindog #pembrokewelshcorgi #dogsofinstagram

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2. This big dog who has a buddy to keep him company in the Cone of Shame.

Just keeping big brother Wally company in the cone of shame 🙂 #conebuddies

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3. These two who really know how to work together to get treats.

4. These friends who know teamwork is the key to finding treasure.

These friends who know teamwork is the key to finding treasure.

5. And these little dogs who always heard of ‘big dogs’ but were AMAZED when they finally met a real one!

And these little dogs who always heard of 'big dogs' but were AMAZED when they finally met a real one!

6. This little butt showing this big butt how things are done.

This little butt showing this big butt how things are done.

7. This pup who doesn’t mind giving his friend a lift every once in a while.

Nice day for a trail ride! #darwinthemutt #candythechocolatelab

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8. And these brothers from another mother.

And these brothers from another mother.

9. This big dog who thinks it’s funny to tease his little dog friends.

The stick!!! #bigdoglittledog #ilovemydog #dogsofinstagram

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10. And this tiny guy that NEVER gets picked on, because he’s got friends in high places.

11. These therapy friends who both have GIANT hearts.

12. These best friends snuggling up for a family portrait.

These best friends snuggling up for a family portrait.

13. And these opposite-sized pals taking their modeling skills to the streets.

And these opposite-sized pals taking their modeling skills to the streets.

14. This “big brother” who is actually the younger one.

This "big brother" who is actually the younger one.

15. And these guys who are always ready to help each other out.

16. These two who know that sharing is caring.

17. This lil’ guy who really looks up to his friends.

This lil' guy who really looks up to his friends.

18. And this fluffball who sometimes forgets how much smaller his best friend is.

And this fluffball who sometimes forgets how much smaller his best friend is.

19. These buddies who are all tuckered out waiting for their human to come home.

20. And these two who don’t mind waiting when they’ve got each other’s company!

21. These pals who make sure that height is not an issue during ‘Bark At Things Out The Window Time.’

Wanting to be outside so bad #bigdoglittledog #dogsrule

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22. These best friends who fill each other in on all the neighborhood doggie gossip.

23. These guys who know that big or small, standing on the counters is NOT allowed.

New roommates chilling on the counter #Baxter #soma #roomies #bigdoglittledog #opposites

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24. And this little guy who has no problem keeping up with the big boys!

25. This big dog who always lets his friend win at tug-o-war.

26. This lil’ pooch who gives her friend a kiss when she can reach.

27. And last but not least, these two who know every day is an adventure when you’ve got your best friend around!

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World’s First ‘Phodographer’ Dog Uses Heart Rate Monitor That Snaps Pics When He Gets Excited

Sure, photographers take a lot of photos of dogs, but did anyone ever ask dogs what they want to take pictures of? With this new “Heartography” heart monitor and photo camera system, Nikon aims to let dogs show their owners what excites and interests them by snapping a photo from their point of view every time their heart rate goes up.

The heart rate monitor can be worn on a strap around the dog’s neck. The camera is worn on the dog’s chest with the help of a harness, and the two communicate with Bluetooth. When the dog’s heartrate goes up – which can be when he’s excited or afraid – the camera snaps a picture! It’s not yet clear if the system will be available for sale.

The first “phodographer” to use Nikon’s new system was a dog named Grizzler, who stars in their promotional video. Take a look!

Grizzler has a heart rate monitor on his neck and a camera on his chest

Now he can take a photo of whatever gets him excited!

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