Science Develops Magnetic Pomeranian!

Our energy problems are solved! Check out this pup, with magnetic powers so strong, she can attract a baby monkey at 50 feet! All we need is one Magneto-Pom™ surrounded by an army of baby monkeys running on treadmills!

We’ll go halvsies with you on the patent rights, Lani.

Comments

  1. snorglepup says:

    The perfect answer to the energy crisis. Cute too!

  2. O NO He/She/IT DI-unt!!!! says:

    “C’est bien adorable!!”

    Also: “Bolly-wood” strikes AGAIN!!!

  3. snorglepup says:

    Static cling-on?

  4. Much better to have a monkey on your belly than to a monkey on your back.

    What a good little Pom Pom mommy.

  5. OMG, the leetle minkee squeeks at 0:39 as he runs over to his buddy have made me DED.

  6. Now why can’t we all just get along?

  7. ralphmerridew says:

    IIUC, Pomeranian and American Eskimo dogs are very closely related.
    Pomeranian == Zwergspitz (dwarf German spitz)
    American Eskimo = Kleinspitz (small German spitz)

  8. The leetle monkey looks slightly awkward, but very happy… and what is that song? It’s awesome!

  9. For the love of God, people, do we really care whether or not it’s a Pomeranian? It’s still freakin’ CUTE!!

    –bossgripes.com

  10. That dog is part of the Spitz family but registered in the AKC as an American Eskimo. Damn cute as puppies gonna make me go dig up my pics now :D

  11. Definitely not a Pomeranian. I agree with previous posters – it’s a Spitz/American Eskimo. The proportions are all wrong for it to be a Pom. Heh heh.

  12. absolutelamente adorabuhlsies! :D

  13. Don´t ever get Magneto Pom shaved cause mini-monkey won´t be able to hold on!

  14. This post has left me of two minds, one: up until now we always thought one of our dogs, gotten from a shelter, was a Pom…but looking at the Spitz images she is clearly a Spitz. And two: I only wish the things Renee (dog referenced above) rolled in and brought into the house were this cute and sweet.

  15. skippymom says:

    I am sooooo tie-tie right now, and this video is sooooo sweet, that if a giant fluffy dog doesn’t show up to take me for a ride in the next five minutes, I truly think I will cry.

  16. Bottle Green says:

    You know, I’m a rather brilliant surgeon. Perhaps I can help you with that hump.

  17. Prosh. with a capital P! so sweet.

    @ Bottle Green: what hump?

  18. So cute!

  19. Mom Dogs are just the absolute bestest.

  20. At first, I was like, “What the H is wrong with that dog’s tummy?!” And then I realized it was zee monkee. Hee hee :)

  21. Noelle (the First) says:

    I Want!!!!!!!! One of each please! :)

  22. Becky, Bubba's mum says:

    What a good dog! I agree is she could very well be a pomerianian. The proportions are fine; she’s just a little large. You ought to see my Bear. He’s a big boy.

  23. WTF? It says a “few years ago” So the minkee is grown up now? And who takes care of Guddi?

  24. Spitzes are very popular over there, and I believe “Guddi” is an affectionate term/name, meaning something like “Doll” or “cute one.”

  25. it is a white pomeranian… do not be fooled by those teenee tiny things Pomms have been bred down to they used to weigh 5 to 7 pounds in the 60’s and 70’s before extreme miniaturization of them.

    Also as was noted they are members of the Spitz family

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pomeranian_(dog)

  26. Okay, okay. Clarification: a Spitz is a class of dogs that have pointed ears, curled tail, dark eyes (usually with the eyeliner) therefore Spitz include Pomeranians, and many others – including Akitas.

    I have had six American Eskimos – and this definitely looks like one that may have been bred with a Pomeranian – pure “eskies” are prettier than this one – but I have to admit – this pupper is very charming!

  27. Happiness is a warm tum.

  28. Isn’t the point of this video to see how wonderfully nature can get along regardless of species and how adorubullls it is to see teeny monkee adopting a dog? Who cares what breed of dog it is! This is why humans don’t get along. boo ~

    However, video is too cute am die of squee

  29. @ saffron: I didn’t hear any leetle minkee squeeks at 0:39 over the music – are you watching/listening to another video?

  30. I worked in Belize for a short period of time back in 1999 and stayed at a jungle camp. The camp had a small pack of dogs that would roam around the jungle all day and sleep with us at night. One night I awoke to a horrible sound under my hammock. Ah! It was a monkey vs. cat fight. Well, one of the dogs adopted a baby monkey named Lutee. Lutee LOVED her dog-mama and would ride on her back all day. Mama dog came to the rescue of little Lutee when the cat got to her. Lutee was fascinated by people and would hold your face in her little hands (if you sat quietly) intently looking into your eyes. Such a darling little thing. I hope she grew up to be a real, jungle livin’ monkey.

  31. @Char

    >>I worked in Belize for a short period of time

    that was your JOB?!

  32. Does it really matter what breed of dog it is? I think the fact that this little goomer automatically goes for the tummy is amazing. They do that in the wild all the time.
    Animals are much more accepting of differences than humans are. One of our many shortcomings. Such a little peanut…too cute.

  33. oh that dog looks weird and it doesnt look like a pom pom :/

  34. baileysgrandmom says:

    Are you saying this little white dog is the Spitzing image of a pomeranian…or, as a friend used to call her little doggie, a “potted geranium?”
    Yeah, the monkey is cute, too!

  35. I get it! I’ve been going about this whole depression thing the wrong way. No more therapy, no more drugs, I just need a dog big enough so I can cling to her tummy!

  36. I’ve worked with monkeys for years and that is not a three-year old macaque. That monkey is a year old at most!

  37. O NO He/She/IT DI-unt!!!! says:

    This is all well and good but (and this is ENTIRELY meant in playful jest, NOT to be taken seriously AT ALL, NTM)

    “aren’t we missing half of the equation here, NTM???

    PERHAPS, JUST perhaps, the MINKEY might be the magnetic one???
    D’jever consider THAT, hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm????”

    “I THOUGHT not !!!!
    Harrrrrrrrrumph!!!! These young whippersnappers………………..”

  38. FYI Guddi is the “cutesy” way of saying “doll” in Hindi, the main language of India from which most regional dialects are derived.
    Oh, and I agree with the American Eskimo vs. Pom debaters. I had an Eskie. That doggy is definitely an American Eskimomma!

  39. Does the dog KNOW that she has adopted a monkey?

    Relationship seemed a little one-sided…

  40. Truly amazing, and yet once again to species that should not get along with each other and they do. So why is it the humans do not feel the same bonding with others. There is a lesson in here, now go out and pracitce it.

  41. Off topic but the other dog that shows up briefly in the video at :31 (not the Pom) looks exactly like my dog Bandit who is a St. Bernard/Poodle mix. I have never seen another dog who looks like him – could they be related? Where was this shot? Bandit was a shelter dog from SC and I know nothing about the first 3 years of his life!

  42. Never mind, I see this was shot in India. Pretty sure he’s not from that far away! Crazy likeness though.

  43. Lovely Eskie! I have one just like her, but I don’t know how calm mine would be about a monkey on her stomach! Adorable!

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