Gabe The Meme Dog

One of the most popular remixes was created by the YouTube user shaliek, which featured the Herp Alpert song “The Midnight Tango”; this remix has been viewed nearly 400,000 times since its January 27, 2013 upload. On February 6, YouTube user Lewdachris uploaded a remix featuring the song “Time to Air” by 青龍, which was viewed over 130,000 times. On June 14, YouTube user skylark uploaded a remix featuring “I Am A God” by Kanye West, which has been viewed over 160,000 times. On July 4, 2014, YouTube user widddddd uploaded an edit which swapped Gabes bark with the word “fuck” taken from a video of a teenage boy, which received over 150,000 views.

Gabe the Dog was owned by the Canadian YouTube user deathtrips, formerly known as gravycp. On January 8th, 2013, a video Gabe barking titled “The New Dog Source” was uploaded onto the gravycp account, where it gained over 60,000 views in the next three years. On November 1st, 2014, deathtrips posted the video “Newest Dog Source” of Gabe (shown below, right).

Editors note: The interest spike in August of 2012 is due to the release of the movie Gabe the Cupid Dog. Anything after that may be interpreted as relating to the meme.

Gabe the Dog Remixes are a series of YouTube Poop Music Videos (YTPMV) which typically feature various music tracks dubbed over footage of a miniature American Eskimo and Pomeranian dog named Gabe.

The 2015 clip is now being used in what is basically video sketches of Troll Science. Trending

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Who was Gabe the dog?

Gabe the Dog borks on multiple levels in a cover of the classic Haddaway single “What is Love?” Gabe the Dog died due to heart problems Friday, Jan. 20 at the age of 12. That’s 84 in dog years.

Is Gabe the dog a meme?

Gabe is a miniature American Eskimo dog owned by YouTube user gravycp. In January 2013, gravycp uploaded a short video of Gabe barking. The footage itself never went viral though it was used in dozens of song remixes, some of which accrued up to half a million views. By meme standards, Gabe was far from a success.