Dogs can be pretty lazy when they want to be.
Cats have always had the reputation of being lazy, while dogs have always been known to be more active and excited all the time. After all, there is this misconception that cat owners are not usually into the healthy lifestyle as much as dog lovers because you need to take your dog out on a walk every day. And while this may be true in my case. For most people, this is entirely false.
Because, as it turns out, dogs can be incredibly lazy as well. And Huskies aren’t the only huge drama queens who will act like something is wrong when everything is perfectly okay. If you don’t believe me, don’t worry, as I brought a ton of proof with me. I am sure you can already tell by the title. Still, today we will focus on some personal experiences of people who had to bring their dog to the veterinarian just to understand that there was nothing wrong with their pup and that their doggo is just plain lazy.
And this becomes even more hilarious when you consider the fact that these people probably had to pay the doctor just to get the diagnosis of laziness. So scroll below to see that laziness in action.
#1 He looks pretty happy to have wasted his hooman’s time.
#2 Honestly, we all know the stress of being a new pet owner and worrying about every little thing.
#3 Is this dog a husky? Because it seems like a Husky thing to do.
#4 Some dogs just want all the attention on themselves, and this is how they achieve it.
#5 Right here we have Finn, who probably kicked out the hoomans from their bed.
#6 And now we have another Finn who is just as lazy as the one we mentioned above.
#7 These sorts of comments make me wish that we could understand what was going through a dog’s mind at all times.
While a dog acting lazy is usually not a cause for concern, it can indicate a problem if their behavior has changed recently. Of course, every dog is different, and some dogs will generally like napping more than going on long walks, but if your pup likes to run around but has recently started acting lethargic, a vet visit couldn’t hurt. Laziness can also depend on a dog’s breed. Smaller breeds are usually much more hyper than bigger ones, so paying close attention to your pets’ habits is always good.
#8 This is certainly one way to sleep on a comfortable bed.
#9 We all have our favorite weird sleeping positions.
#10 This is probably a name thing. So if you want to name your dog Chewie, beware!
#11 Some doggos just like to be tucked in, and Reilly is one of those pups.
#12 While I have never tasted dog food, I assume all dog food tastes terrible.
#13 He looks pretty proud to be classified as a lazy dog. At least he is healthy.
#14 This person spent 200 pounds to get this diagnosis.
#15 Every dog is different as this one just likes to act as a sloth.
What would you classify your dog as? Are they as lazy as the one the people above mentioned, or do they always get overly excited for a walk? Let us know in the comments below, and don’t forget to share the antics of these adorable doggos with your friends.
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