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Canine hockey game goes viral as decked-out dogs face off (VIDEO)

Canine hockey game goes viral as decked-out dogs face off (VIDEO)
Crusoe the celebrity dog sensation (yes, really) has done it again. His latest video as the world’s cutest hockey player has been viewed more than 17 million times on Facebook alone.

If you’re not familiar with Crusoe, we know what you’re thinking.

But what else can you call a dachshund with an award winning blog, a New York Times best selling book, more than 600,000 YouTube subscribers, 165,000 Instagram followers and almost 1 million ‘likes’ on Facebook?

A complete waste of time? Maybe. A celebrity dog sensation? Definitely

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In any case, the video of Crusoe and his doggie mate Oakley playing hockey has been viewed on Facebook more than 17 million times and shared by 235,000 people in less than 24 hours.

So… yeah, this dog is pretty famous.

Crusoe & Oakley Play Hockey

"Oakley and I playing a bit of our national pastime!" hehe :)~ CrusoeBecome a fan for more videos -> Crusoe the Celebrity Dachshund :)Instagram is pretty cool, too ----> http://instagram.com/crusoe_dachshund

Posted by Crusoe the Celebrity Dachshund on Wednesday, 6 April 2016

And if your Crusoe interest has been piqued, here’s some more footage of the little guy having some quality down time. Here he is out hunting with his rifle:

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