Dogs Eating Peanut Butter in Slow Motion is as Awesome as it Sounds


There are many people foods that dogs adore but cannot consume because it is bad for them and could possibly be dangerous and even fatal for them, especially things like chocolate and grapes. One of the people foods that dogs have been approved to eat is peanut butter. The nutty, sticky delicious nut butter is not only a great source of protein and nutritious things like heart healthy fats and vitamin B, dogs like it… a lot. There’s a reason why it is used as a treat either just because or to help when they are behavior training. There is pretty much no dog who will ever turn down a chance for a lick of peanut butter! It’s also entertaining for us humans to watch our dogs eating peanut butter, as they will go at it for a very long time, sitting there just licking and licking because of how thick and sticky it is in their mouths – our dogs never know what hit ’em!

In the video below, you can see various breeds of dogs enjoying a lick or two of peanut butter. The dogs’ faces are priceless as they are eating in slow motion. It makes you realize just how long some of these dogs’ tongues are and how funny they look when eating in slow motion. Thinking about it, most creatures do eat in a funny manner and putting it into slow motion helps to emphasize that! When you take into consideration all that – eating, slow motion and peanut butter – it’s inevitable that the results will be hilarious. Seeing these different breeds of dogs enjoy every last lick of peanut butter as slow as possible, and set to mood-enhancing classical music, I might add, it is quite the entertaining feature. Oh dogs – they really do love their peanut butter!

(Photo Source: YouTube)

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