Astros shortstop Carlos Correa has an unbearably cute puppy; this is not a drill. Groot looks like some kind of husky, and he enjoys chasing soft grounders.
Here we have video of a very good dog playing fetch on the Washington Capitals’ ice rink, and it’s more entertaining than any hockey game I’ve ever seen:
The Brazil Open brought rescue dogs on court to retrieve tennis balls, in an effort to promote local animal shelters in Sao Paulo. Just like last year, the practice—like the dogs—was very good. This year’s crop of pups: Cindy, Nanda, Pretinha, Mia, Arlete and Ovelha. I couldn’t tell you which one of them was caught…
There’s not much I can give in the way of context for this video. The excited announcer is commentating in Italian, but that doesn’t necessarily mean the race was in Italy. There are no races worth filming happening in Italy right now, and also it’s winter, so this grainy footage is probably old.
I went to the set of this year’s annual Puppy Bowl, and I made sure to bring a camera. The more I type, the more you’ll have to scroll past to see the baby animals, so I’ll cut that shit out.
Tonight in sports news: The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show will feature three new breeds this year; the sloughi (above); the American hairless terrier (hairless); and the pumi (fluffy).
A soccer match between Pachuca and Jaguares in Liga MX was briefly and adorably interrupted by a happy-go-lucky doggie that just wanted to enjoy an open expanse of grass. What a good dog!
No offense to Al, because all that’s available to issue a draft grade on his dog is this video, but those ball-collecting skills are a major red flag.
The camera lingers on the Stars bench. Slowly, it pans up and to the left before settling on a pair of fans just above the tunnel. A subtle zoom reveals: it’s a dog.
A cricket Test match between England and India was interrupted on Thursday when a very good doggie decided to take a stroll on the field.
The Chicago White Sox held a Bark in the Park event tonight and honestly who cares what I have to say, look at the dogs. They’re all good, happy, curious, panting, slobbery dogs.
We got a dog on the field. Someone give that little dude a treat.
I present to you now: Bret Bielema’s tiny dogs (who appear to be silky terriers). A quick bit of Instagram snooping reveals that they are football fans; Bret Bielema’s Twitter reveals that they care little for home cleanliness.
The dead period in the sports calendar eases up soon with the arrival of the Olympics and the Premier League. But for now, please enjoy these good-as-hell doggos using the slide like athletic, quadruped three-year-old humans.
This may be a down time of year for the rest of the sports world, but not for these dogs, who are putting in work and grinding every day to become the best they can be:
The Detroit Tigers hosted a bunch of far less intimidating critters at their first ever Bark At The Park this evening, and a bunch of nice good doggies attended their first baseball game. Here are some of the best doggos.
I would be willing to bet a sizable amount of money that at some point during these NBA Finals, bad basketball player Matthew Dellavedova will throw a wildly inaccurate and embarrassing lob pass. It’s his signature move, after all.
N.C. State baseball coach Elliott Avent isn’t with his team for this weekend’s series agains Louisville, all because he had to fuck up a snake that bit him and his puppy.
The Cincinnati Reds held their Bark in the Park event at Tuesday’s game, and all the pups were out to watch some baseball. Like last year, some dogs stood out above the rest. Although every dog is good, these dogs were better.