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If there's one thing we've learnt about animals, it's that they have zero respect for cameras.

And Ripple the dog continued that fine and established tradition when he was brought in to assist Global Edmonton's weather man Mike Sobel on a recent forecast.

Despite Mike's best efforts to illustrate the forthcoming weather, 18-month old Ripple - from the Edmonton Humane Society - just wanted to play. Watch the ensuing hilarity below.

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