I am running with my dog!

Sam and I on the beach at Fort Funston.

  • oceanbrowser 7y

    Wow! very cool video and dog!
  • Piero Fissore PRO 7y

    Awesome!!! :D
  • Doug Siefken PRO 7y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called 90 Second City, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
  • alidag1234 7y

    ookkkaaaaayyyyyyythe dog is ccute though
  • The Bill Hughes Gazette PRO 7y

    That was so cool. It made my night seeing that. I just can't figure out how you kept the camera on your dog so well. Amazing video.
  • Dreamydog 7y

    That video made me smile. Very cute puppy!
  • Jee Hee Kim 7y

    ^_^ happy video~~
    and I love this title! :)
  • Anna Converse 7y

    this made me smile!
    that was so fun. lovely video :]
  • Madison Kerr PRO 6y

    Looks just like my dog when she was a puppy. Cute, Cute, Cute.
  • ann aberilla 6y

    i am just registered on this site and this is the first video i visit. very very nice!.....please add me.
  • Dalibor Karlović 6y

    No marketing in the title, what you read is what you get. Great video! :)
  • Helmaron 6y

    What a sweet wee dog. He's adorable.
  • Dani Mi8 6y

    cute video
    your dog is adorable (:
  • Teddy@Baby 5y

    ohhhhhh so sweet the little dog...so nice :)
  • PRO 5y

    Sou suspeita para falar, eu amo cachorro. Ele lind....
  • Ana Pavlovna 5y

    Your dog is a good race! Super video! :) pozz
  • Jeff 5y

    love the feeling here... damn i need to get a dog
  • Lila Lovato 5y

    buen video! muy tierno! :) :) :)
  • hm-photo 4y

    so this video really is real haha! I found it on a thumbnail on flickr's page describing the "goodness" of a pro account... had to check it out! :)
  • Seth Britton 4y

    Ya so did I, I looked at their pro account pitch, and had to look and see if this was a real thing.
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