12.06.15 by Staff

Video of the Day: Denali


Beautiful video featuring artist Ben Moon and his faithful companion Denali. Warning: You may cry. Full video below.


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  • Joseph Luk

    :( squeezed my dog so tight, emotional start to a saturday

  • Becky Schupp

    Sweet Denali – he was lucky to have such a good human in his life. It is the worst experience losing a dog. The grief is incredibly hard to deal with. It’s truly like losing a close family member. This video is a beautiful homage to such a sweet friend :)

  • Well… that got to me a lot more than I expected.

  • linda kius

    Well written

  • Liam Brown

    This is my favourite video on here, I love everything about it!

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