Check out these awesome websites for dog lovers, recommended by the Good Dog Hotel & Spa team in Indianapolis.
Need a laugh or a smile? Our team at Good Dog Hotel & Spa in Indianapolis love to share videos, photos and stories about our furry friends. And while we hear and experience lots of laughs every day from first-hand experience, we also appreciate a good website for dog-lovers.
That’s why we put together a list of some of our favorites. Whether you’re looking for a funny video to brighten your day or information about a specific topic, there’s something for everyone. Check out these awesome websites that share articles, photos, stories and videos – all about the animals we love.
This is North America’s largest non-profit pet adoption website. They help over 13,600 animal shelters, humane societies, SPCAs, pet rescue groups, and pet adoption agencies advertise their homeless pets to millions of adopters a month – for free. They’re all about getting homeless pets into homes.
Although the Animal Planet website features all kinds of animals, there is plenty to please dog lovers. Included in the site is a series of games to play, like Mutt Maker, where you can create your own dog breed combination from a selection of dogs. You’ll also find a Pet Spa Challenge (where you run a pet spa), and Pet Picker – a quiz that helps people find the right pet for them based on their multiple choices picks. Animalplanet.com also includes videos, animal related news and a schedule of their shows.
You’ve seen the awkward family photos on greeting cards and endless memes, so it’s only appropriate that there is a special section dedicated specifically for pets. You’ll find funny photos and captions that capture that awkward moment in time, forever frozen for the world to see.
If it’s videos you want, you’ll get them at CatsDogsVideo.com, where you’ll find an extensive collection of general pet videos, documentaries, short films and animation categories for your viewing pleasure. There’s also a free newsletter you can subscribe to if you want to stay connected and know about new additions on the site.
When your dog destroys your toddler’s favorite toy and then sits there with a guilty look, you can’t help but take a picture. Dog Shaming first became “a thing” in 2013, serving as a fun way for exasperated owners to showcase their pet’s embarrassing behavior to the world. Although most owners no doubt love and adore their pet’s eccentricities, Dog Shaming (and its other versions) is a revealing insight into the arbitrary world of animal behavior.
Dogster offers a colorful layout that includes a home page in an easy-to-read magazine format. It also features photo galleries, a Q&A section, and links to articles. A champion of adoption and owner responsibility, you’ll find a ton of information about dogs.
This site is full of funny images, and is updated daily with photos of every variety of dog and their antics. With a video section too, the site encourages viewers to send in their own dog photos and add to their extensive catalog of amusing pictures. There is a sister site for cat lovers, funnycatsite.com, which has photographs, videos and animated gifs of our feline friends.
Global Animal is an online news magazine and social community for all things animal, from beloved pets to exotic wildlife. It’s a virtual clubhouse for pet lovers and animal advocates worldwide to stay informed, be moved, be heard, and get involved.
Described as “the ultimate destination for pet lovers on the internet,” The Pet Collective is home to trending clips, entertaining memes, and funny animal videos online. You can also subscribe to a YouTube channel or follow them on Facebook. They claim to broadcast the largest collection of 24/7 live streams on YouTube, so you can watch litters of puppies, kittens and other animals live, whenever you want.
What Are Your Favorite Websites for Dog Lovers?
Do you have more awesome websites for dog lovers to add to our list? Are there additional online resources out there that provide valuable information for pet owners? We’d love to hear about them – please share your suggestions below.