This funny dog picture gallery has a theme: dogs and refrigerators! Check out the funny pictures of dogs near, under, opening and even ON refrigerators. You wouldn’t think that they would go together all that well, but when you consider all of the great things that are stored inside the refrigerator, you may understand why dogs like refrigerators so much.
Funny Dog Picture- Opening the Fridge Door??
This looks really funny when you first look at it, right? But do you know that this is a dog that is trained to help people? We found this on the US Army’s Flickr page, showing this service dog in training, learning how to open the fridge and retrieve items for their person. Heck- I wish we could train our dogs to do this!… “Hey! Otis! Grab me a sandwich, will you?”
Service Dog Photo courtesy of “The U.S. Army” on Flickr, licensed under Creative Commons
Another Funny Dog Picture: Feet First
One Cool Pooch
Another Funny Dog Picture: “On the Fridge”
- In this funny dog picture, we have a dog that has somehow gotten on TOP of the refrigerator. We’ve seen cats up there before, but a dog??? Seriously???.
On our own fridge at home, we love to make up funny word poems about dogs and paste up funny pictures and other tributes to our dogs there to adorn our kitchen. The dogs could really care less, but we love a good funny dog picture and those silly magnetic poems, so it makes us smile to have them there. We’ve included a couple photos of our refrigerator poems for your amusement below.
OK- yeah. This is actually an Otis impostor (Otis is our pug), but my friend Beth made this cute magnet for our pug-addicted daughter even before we got our pug (see story here of how Otis found us) so it graces our crazy-quilt refrigerator. One of the rather disgusting things about pugs (besides the fact that they sometimes eat their own poop if given half a chance) is that stuff collects in the wrinkles on their faces and starts to stink, so it must be cleaned every few days to keep this from happening. Thank God this is my daughter’s job. Her “penance,” so to speak, for adding another dog to the mix here. We hold her to the promise of being a dutiful wrinkle-cleaner. Otis has turned out to be worth his weight in wrinkle stink. We think we’ll keep him.