Disney Brings Dug The Talking Dog From ‘Up’ To Life In This Awesome Video

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You’d be lying if you said you didn’t want a pet like Dug from Disney Pixar’s “Up.”

Dug is the perfect loyal and furry companion for many reasons. The most obvious reason being that he can talk! Dug talks through a collar that helps him translate his thoughts into English, and it’s pretty amazing. Watch the video below for a glimpse of Dug from the movie. He is too cute not to love!

Now that we are all on the same page with wanting Dug as a pet, take a look at how Disney actually made Dug come to life as an actual talking dog. Well, kind of. Basically, they put a collar with a speaker—just like Dug’s—on a cute Golden Retriever, turned him loose in a park and spoke for the pup from behind the scenes.

We can’t stop watching this video because all the interactions with real-life Dug are too perfect.

He compliments a little boy’s shirt saying, “I like your gray shirt, tiny human.” The humans reactions to Dug are pretty adorable, too.

“I’ve never met a talking dog!” one little boy exclaims, while Dug responds: “And I’ve never met a nicer smelling human!”

The cutest moment has to be when he tells a little girl, “I have just met you and I love you.” (Just like the movie Dug did!) And of course he snuck in a “SQUIRREL!” comment.

Disney has not revealed all their magic behind the video, but it sounds like Bob Peterson, the voice of Dug in the movie “Up,” was probably behind the scenes with a hidden camera and a mic.

We would like to state for the record that we are available for filming if Disney wants to bring more of their cuddly creatures to life!

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We love you too Dug! Thanks for making magic come to life!

[h/t: Seventeen]

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