If you’re having a bad day, don’t worry, we’re about to make things a little better.
As long as you’re a dog lover, that is.
A bunch of incredibly cool dogs were captured surfing some waves at the World Dog Surfing Championship in California.
Yes, that’s an actual thing. And yes, it’s amazing.
The pictures in Pacifica, California, where the annual charity event takes place – this year for the third time.
34-year-old Tim Auer, a wildlife photographer, took photos as the pups were paddling in the water.
He watched as one-eyed Skyler won the Shredder of the year award.
Tim said: ‘I feel delighted, the dogs and their owners, as well as all the spectators – many who also brought their dogs too – were really enjoying the beach day and watching the dogs surf.
‘The images show various heats of the individual dog surfing competition.
‘The heats are organised by dog sizes – small to very large – a heat consists of a group of dogs paddling out with their owner for a set amount of time, and trying to catch as many waves as possible in that time frame.
‘They are judged on what they do in that period of time.’
Obviously, the competition sounds great and we’re all for dogs getting recognised for their talents – but come on, we’re all here for the photos, aren’t we?