Wild wild westies!
These photos of wakeboarding West Highland white terriers are doctored, but they're going to make your day anyway. They're part of a new iPhone app, Weather Puppy, which displays different pictures of puppies based on the weather in your area.
And with the wakeboarding Westies add-on, you'll never again have to be sad that it's raining in New York or Seattle while everyone else is outside having fun in the sun.
The publisher's managing director, Steve Bicknell, told the Daily Mail, "We are obsessed with the weather here in the UK and I think our pictures of the westies should cheer people up whether they are at a sunny beach or hiding from the rain."
And if you can't get enough extreme dogs, there are plenty of real pooches who will blow your mind.
- Norman the bike-riding dog can also surf, skateboard, scooter and high-five -- and he did it in the HuffPost offices!
- Lucca, a war veteran and a hero, saved her military handler's life while sniffing out bombs in Afghanistan -- but she lost a leg in the process. She's back in the states now, living a happily retired life.
- Jack the balancing dog can hold almost any household object on his head, which is hilarious.
- And for your creep factor, we give you Tonik, the dog with the human face. And the pup's up for adoption!
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