All dogs deserve special treatment. If you find yourself asking why, then let’s go through a list of things they do for us. Some of us may be thinking that there isn’t much they do other than sniffing random objects and stealing food, but there is definitely more than that. Dogs are always there to cheer us up whenever we are down. They make sure we are safe and surrounded by people who love us. They are sad when we are not around and instantly get excited to see us back home.
There is so much they do that we can’t even keep count of. Dogs are sweet and generous by nature. They never run out of love to give, even if they don’t receive the same amount of love in return.This reason alone is enough for us to take out some time and do something special for our four-legged fluffy friends. People from around the world love to post about their dogs, and there are many groups/ pages specially dedicated to them on social media. There is always something happening on the social media. Everyday people create new challenges, and millions of people around the globe make them go viral. Recently there was a challenge trending on Facebook called “I Did It For My Dog” and dog owners from around the world posted about it. Here are 31 exciting posts from that challenge that you shouldn’t miss. Scroll down and check them out.
Source: Dogspotting Society
“I had my boyfriend cut a hole in my fence & put down a platform so my dog could still watch the kids play out front, see the other dogs walking by & get visits from his favorite mailman. It’s nothing fancy but Eddie loves it”
“What is something crazy you’ve done for your dogs? I’ll start: Moved our bedroom to the downstairs and smooshed a king and queen bed together and threw a twin at the end for good measure to have optimal room for our pets to sleep with us”
“We changed our car to a 4Runner because of its rear window that rolls down. My husband also took out the back seat to make more room for our 2 Goldens Jake & Zoey. He made platform for storage, and we added a mattress topper and rug for ultimate comfort for our road trips.”
“I adopted the love of my life, Romero, in December 2014. Opened a dog park/beer bar in August 2016 named after him. He passed in October 2018. In that short time he motivated me to quit my job, invest all my savings, and sacrifice everything – my boyfriend and I kept saying, “How can the three of us be together all the time?” And that’s how’s ‘Romero’s K9 Club & Tap House’ came to be.”
“Graduation. Birthday parties for Pancake. Dog Beach. Costume parties. Living her best life despite her being pure evil. Truly my best friend.”
What a happy photo. Dogs have their special schools where they learn to complete given tasks efficiently. They even have a proper graduation ceremony, and they also seem pretty proud of their achievements. Dogs are full of surprises and fill us up with great love.
“We removed the pool and gave the doggie babies 2 activity centers.” (As reported by Bored Panda)
“We move into my first home in less than two weeks after I had saved for roughly 11 years. We close on December 10th.”
“My boys are getting a bit older and they don’t enjoy camping as much because of the cold, hard ground. The natural solution: buy a cargo van and convert it. Needless to say, they love it.”
“He liked laying on hard floors instead of the carpet or couch so much that he would rather sleep on our son’s play table. We made him his own floor.”
“My parents dog Fiona likes to stick her head in between the rungs of the porch, so naturally when they redid the porch, they had the contractor add a special little touch for her!”
“Hand built and way too much money still not finished And yes that’s a planter box hanging from her side window”
“I wanted a job that I could bring Daze to work with me every day so I got my dog grooming certification, opened my own business, and named it after her”
“My partner and I built this ramp for our full length set of stairs so our two poms Chewie and Yoda could get up and down with ease. Chewie had bilateral knee surgery a couple years ago and Yoda is terrified of going down stairs after falling down them as a puppy so this was the perfect solution”
“I moved into a house with five acres of land and a fence around a big chunk of it so she’d have plenty of room to run and smell and dig. I mean, I’m happy about the big yard and new house, too, but we really did put land and a fenced yard at the top of our list so she would be certain to get enough exercise to make her happy and keep her healthy even if we were too busy to do a long walk some days. I think she likes it.”
“I did this for my puppy Loki, built him a custom made kennel for when im at work, otherwise hes an indoor dog, In summer it has a fan for cooling and in winter i have panels that will fill in the gaps to make it weather proof, and a camera so i can monitor from work, it cost me way too much but no regrets”
“After having him for three months in a small apartment we decided he deserved a backyard to run in, so we budgeted enough and found a house to rent. Einstein is very pleased with the space and is always tuckered out by the end of the day”
“Ok certainly not the coolest post for this challenge, but my senior dog has scoliosis and IVDD. My house has a dog door downstairs but I could see it was getting harder and harder for him to access it. So I put one upstairs and also built him a ramp to go with it.”
“My pups very own dog room…”
“Bought a whole new house after my girl had double acl surgery 2 wks apart bc she couldn’t do stairs anymore and there was not ONE way into my home that didn’t have stairs and I had been sleeping in the basement with her for months!”
“Built a room under my stairs with access to the backyard. Most spoiled rescue dogs ever! They only use the dog door, but I think it’s pretty cute. I call it Kahlua’s Korner”
Pupper receiving some special treatment.
“I did this for my dog and I’d do it again if I ever needed too We sleep downstairs on the main floor but our mattress is about 3 feet off the ground and the dogs have to jump up every night to get into bed. Rocky tore his CCL and could no longer make the jump comfortably or without help. So, until his surgery date (which was like 2 weeks away at the time) I decided to bring our old mattress from upstairs to the downstairs living room. There, we slept until he got his surgery and even stayed there for another two weeks after. I rearranged my entire living room to add two mattresses and a crate plus kennel pen area for post surgery where we stayed for a little over a month. My dogs are my world and I would do ANYTHING for them”
“I specifically bought my house so that my then 14 year old dog wouldn’t have to do go up and down so many stairs.”
“Throwing in the coffin-shaped dog bed my mom and I made from scratch for my pup, Worms!”
“this boy loves laying in the sun more than life itself so i created a tanning bed for him”
“Earlier on this year we had our entire garden torn up and levelled out with artificial grass so my dog had a bigger place to zoom about on that was better on his feet than the slate and half fenced off garden we had originally. He wants to be outside all the time now! (Don’t worry we’re very very careful to make sure it’s not too hot on his feet in summer! And we went for artificial so it was low maintenance for me because I have joint issues)”
“When we found out we needed to move to an apartment for a year or so we specifically picked one based solely on a big open layout, a big dog park (bonus points that it has agility equipment) & a pet grooming station. We’d rather them be happy here over us (we love it now too!)”
“This awesome early xmas gift of a dog house!!! Paid for the supplies & my dad was awesome enough to create this vision!!!”
“Husband built what I like to call a ‘Harry Potter bedroom’ under our stairs for our 10 month old English Mastiff, Gator. He made the door out of the shelves that were in there”
“Got a whole ass new car to better suit our needs and fit our friends. We had a sedan (2013 Ford Fusion) before this and it had been clear for a while it was just TOO small”
“Made them an outdoor kennel with a dog door so they can potty any time they need to, no more tie outs. It is now filled with pea gravel to keep mud away and the door will be open for playtime when we fence in the rest of the yard”
This surely looks like a lot of effort.
These are some lucky doggos here. They are living their best life, aren’t they? What do you guys think? Let us know in the comments below.