Dog Balloons That Floated To The Ceiling And Got Stuck

Little know fact: sometimes dogs float to the ceiling and get stuck there. It’s a serious problem and we should really start to talk about it more to find a solution. Scroll down to see for yourself and please don’t hesitate to leave comments on best tips and tricks to get them down.

Poor dog floated to the ceiling and now is stuck.

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Poor dog floated to the ceiling and now is stuck.

Poor dog floated to the ceiling and now is stuck.

Poor dog floated to the ceiling and now is stuck.

Poor dog floated to the ceiling and now is stuck.

Poor dog floated to the ceiling and now is stuck.

Poor dog floated to the ceiling and now is stuck.

Poor dog floated to the ceiling and now is stuck.

Poor dog floated to the ceiling and now is stuck.

Poor dog floated to the ceiling and now is stuck.

Poor dog floated to the ceiling and now is stuck.

Poor dog floated to the ceiling and now is stuck.

Poor dog floated to the ceiling and now is stuck.

Poor dog floated to the ceiling and now is stuck.

Poor dog floated to the ceiling and now is stuck.

Poor dog floated to the ceiling and now is stuck.

Poor dog floated to the ceiling and now is stuck.

Poor dog floated to the ceiling and now is stuck.

Poor dog floated to the ceiling and now is stuck.

Poor dog floated to the ceiling and now is stuck.

Poor dog floated to the ceiling and now is stuck.

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  1. Pat McCain Williams April 4, 2020

    Dogs on the ceiling do remind us all that we have a ‘funny bone’ and each picture’s worth the grin. Thank you. Be safe. Be well.

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  2. Anonymous April 5, 2020

    Dogs look cute, and are having fun. All that’s missing is some simple photoshop magic to create the illusion.

  3. Caroline Dupuich from Paris April 5, 2020

    Very very funny
    It’s hilarious !

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  4. Anonymous April 6, 2020

    Wonderful to start my day with a laugh…

  5. Anonymous April 6, 2020

    One of them look like a yoda dog😂

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  6. Kufy April 6, 2020

    Some look quite scary. Reminded me of places I’ve been with heads on walls + hunting trophies. Didn’t like that thought.

  7. Ms. Katze April 6, 2020

    So funny; I was in tears!

    It is because of static-electricity.
    1/. Stop rubbing the dogs against your jumpers; it builds-up a surplus of negative-ions within them. The ceiling is positively charged and the negatively charged dogs are drawn upwards. Think of two magnets being attracted to each other.
    2/. Getting them down should not be a problem, either wait and the charged ions will dissipate and the dogs will fall off the ceiling. Or, if you want the dog down quickly; take a metal cable, attach one end to the ground and then touch the dog with the other end. Take care the ions will quickly discharge to ground and the dog will fall. I.e. Make sure you are NOT standing directly under neath the dog!

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  8. Anonymous April 6, 2020

    some of the ugliest dogs I’ve ever soon. The ceiling is not high enough. Shoot them to the moon!

  9. Anonymous April 7, 2020

    Easy method for bringing your dog balloon to the floor: “Who wants to go for a walk?”

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  10. Ms. Katze. April 7, 2020

    Ms. Katze,

    A slight correction to my explanation above. Although charged ions can, and do, create static electricity within objects. In this case of dogs being stuck to the ceiling, the static is created by the build-up of electrons within the dogs and not ions!

    My apologies.

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  11. YUHAN WANG April 8, 2020

    They are upside down it’s just wired the doors are and stuff on the floor you can see it

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