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GAME OF THRONES Gets Remade, Doggy-Style

There are few things we love in this world more than Game of Thrones—outside of slightly inappropriate and innuendo-laced headlines—but one of those things is definitely puppies. Especially puppies that get dressed up and recreate our favorite TV series—which is exactly what cutie pooch Crusoe the Dachshund did in honor of the sixth season of the HBO fantasy series. And despite all the ruff puns we could make right now, doggone it, we’re just going to keep it simple: we’re howling over this bit of silly adorableness.

The one-time Lord of House Weinerfell, Crusoe made his way south and ultimately defeated the powers-that-be to take over the Bone Throne (which we can already hear Dan Casey and Kyle Hill saying aloud and cackling to themselves). Could this, perhaps, be a bit of foreshadowing for what’s to come in season seven? After all (finale spoiler alert): there’s a Stark in Winterfell again and the biggest baddie in all the land is now atop the Iron Throne and needs to be handled. There’s also a really cute moment where Crusoe is transformed into The Hound…probably because that’s exactly what he is. Basically, if you like silly adorable things, especially when they’re performed by dogs, you’re sure to enjoy this video. At least between re-watches of “The Battle of the Bastards.”

Of course, if you want something a bit more serious, you can always check out our 12 things you may have missed in the finale edition of Nerdist News:

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What other pup-related Thrones puns can you come up with? Leave ’em in the comments below!

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