Every time I land in a corner of the internet where no one's arguing, fighting or calling each other names, I savor it. And the subreddit "What's Wrong With Your Dog?" is as pure as they can get.
Like we showed in our first publication on this online community, it's a place where people post pictures of their pets "malfunctioning". I mean, sure, some of them clearly haven't gone through the "Sit" manual and others might need to update their urge control drivers but no error makes these derps anything less than a good boy or a good girl.
Continue scrolling and tell me you're not feeling calmer with each image. I dare you.
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Bored Panda got in touch with just-a-traveler, the person who created the subreddit back in 2015, and they were kind enough to tell us more about it. "I made this subreddit because dogs are goofs. Pure hearted, lovable goofs," just-a-traveler said.
"I wanted that folks could have a place to share their [moments from their goof's life] while the rest of us gather around, point and laugh," the Redditor explained.
Since our last article, "What's Wrong With Your Dog?" has crossed the 1 million-member mark and currently has over 1.3 million followers.
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"I wanted that folks could have a place to share their [moments from their goof's life] while the rest of us gather around, point and laugh," just-a-traveler explained.
But people aren't laughing at the pooches, they're laughing with them. Like we mentioned before, r/WhatsWrongWithYourDog isn't taunting the dogs or their owners. It doesn't allow posts about injured or dead dogs—as much as people might be heartbroken, it's just not the place for this content. Breed hate and other kinds of (verbal) abuse aren't tolerated either.
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"I made a similar subreddit for cats [and Bored Panda already featured it], but the people are passionate about pups too, so when the world gets you down, visit us for eye candy and soul solace."
When it comes to causes of the most popular dog 'malfunctions', just-a-traveler said that mirrors and farts (both their own and their human's) are prime candidates. "Dogs will also sleep in any position as if their bones were jello. They have zero shame and are the best creatures on the planet," just-a-traveler concluded.