A long time ago, a man (probably) was sitting on a couch (probably) and had a thought: "If my dog can fetch tennis balls, why not a beer?"
Lo and behold, the Internet was flooded with videos of dogs fetching beers for their masters. To think: an actually USEFUL pet trick!
After thoroughly researching the phenomenon, we have a new-found admiration for all the various beer-fetching techniques dogs have acquired. If you would like to teach your best friend to beer you, here are some helpful tips:
1. A rope on the fridge always helps
2. Remember to teach your dog to close the refrigerator door (otherwise you'll have to get up anyway)
3. You might want to wait a little bit longer before opening a dog-retrieved beer
4. Be prepared for the some spillage
5. Most importantly, don't forget to give the dog a treat afterwards (or better yet, some beer for dogs!)
And She Recycles
An earth-conscious dog.
"Good Dog, Great Beer"
"Um, you might want to reverse that, buddy."
Golden Retrievers Are The Smartest
This dog doesn't even has to be asked to close the fridge.
If At First You Don't Succeed
Her owner might want to wait a bit before opening that beer.
Crash To The Rescue
For when you're too busy listening to Kelly Clarkson to get a beer.
Bucky Saves The Day
He deserves all the praise he gets.
Lots Of Tricks
The beer trick might not even be the most impressive.
Two For The Price Of One
It's important to teach all of your dogs this trick.
A Silent Film
Look at Sadie move that cooler lid, just look!
A Little Disgruntled
"I'll give it to you, but I'm still going to defiantly drop it at your feet."
Multiple Camera Angles
Points for having to bite that small string, Zee.
What Ronan really wants is that barbecue sauce.
Eagerly Seeking Approval
His door shutting technique is perfect.
One Trained Puppy
Nothing we haven't seen before, but man that puppy is cute.
Perfect, just perfect.
Grady Gets It Done
Look at that tail!
That other dog comes in at the end, trying to get all the glory!
Sliding To The Fridge
Where can we get that fridge?
Um... I Don't Think So
It doesn't always work.