These 8 Dog Iconic Movie Scene Re-enactments.


If your dog is your Valentine, you should consider yourself lucky. Loving, loyal, always by your side…you may even go so far to say that a date with a doggy is better than with a person.

Need more convincing? The folks atDogVacay re-enacted a handful of iconic movie scenes, replacing characters with a dogs. If it were up to us, we’d take a canine costar over a human one, any day of the year!

Here are eight famous film scenes to remind you of the perks of having a Valentine with paws.

Who wouldn’t enjoy picking up this tutu-clad sweetheart, like how Johnny lifts Baby in Dirty Dancing ?Dog Iconic Movie Scene


Or maybe you’d prefer sharing a doe-eyed gaze with a pup rather than a person, mimicking Jake and Samantha in Sixteen Candles.

Dog Iconic Movie Scene

The main characters is Lady and the Tramp may be dogs, but we wouldn’t mind stepping in for the lead and sharing a spaghetti-kiss with a handsome guy like this.

Dog Iconic Movie Scene

And you don’t need to impress a doggy date with expensive jewelry, like Edward does Vivian in Pretty Woman…just a bone will suffice!

Dog Iconic Movie Scene

You could spend the evening holding a pair of clay-covered pooch paws rather than human hands, taking inspiration from Sam and Molly in Ghost.Dog Iconic Movie Scene

And who needs a French girl when you have a French-ie to sketch, like Jack and Rose in the movie Titanic ?

Dog Iconic Movie Scene

You can even sing a howlin’ duet with you four-legged Valentine, like Danny and Sandy in Grease.

Dog Iconic Movie Scene

Your dog is the perfect Valentine because every day, he feels about you the way Mark feels about Juliet in Love Actually:

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