My Dog is Awesome

This is a gratuitously non-thoughtful post. My dog (Oscar) is awesome. He’s a funny, cuddly, attention-seeking, wiggly ball of energy and his ears are softer than anything else on earth. I love this dog. He’s my bud. I hereby dedicate this post to cute pictures of Oscar, because my brain hurts from writing final papers and I know a whole bunch of other people are also in need of cute pictures, too.

Oscar’s face is adorable. He has a little brown spot on top of his head just kills me.


He has no shame. And he likes to sleep in weird positions.


He is secretly an old man napping in his favorite armchair.


He enjoys a good pillow fort. C’mon, who doesn’t?


He has very poor judgment in where to stick his nose. He also retrieves socks from the laundry and hoards them.


He has agressive feelings towards his own reflection (or possibly a fish under the surface).


Occasionally he succeeds in the “peaceful and adorable” categories. This is fairly rare.


Makes funny faces at bath time, but randomly jumps into the tub and just sits there.


Has mastered the culinary art form of (de)stuffed goose.


Has lovely sparkling teeth.


Likes to get “up in your grill.”


Is not sure what to make of the sound of his own gaseous emissions.


And is generally an all-around awesome pup.

Peace, love, and fuzz therapy during finals week,

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