The Loop: This week is going to the dogs

Feb 11, 2015, 10:47 PM | Updated: 10:47 pm

Disclaimer: I’m a dog person. Deal with it.

Before I get to all the fun doggy videos, I wanted to give a big shoutout to both Chris Evans (“Captain America”) and Chris Pratt (“Guardians of the Galaxy”) who made a Super Bowl bet.

While that hardly deserves news coverage, the super duo’s terms were really cool — the loser had to dress as his character and surprise kids at a local hospital. Pratt, a Seahawks fan, followed through in true Star-Lord style.

Awesome.

But you’re probably here for the puppies. I hope you’re ready to watch a young one learn to howl, one who can’t be bothered to go for a walk and another who just really, really wants to say hi.

Enjoy.

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