Dogs don’t know what ‘too big to hold’ means.
And that is understandable. After all, they want to be held like when they were itty bitty puppies and we used to play around with them in our arms with no problems. However, if we gave the same treatment to these big doggos as we did to them when they were young, our backs would surely give out.
But that is one technicality these bears don’t understand and they probably never will. Because these adorable doggos might seem huge on the outside but they still feel like little puppies in their heart. And it’s always the inside that matters right? So wear your steal-boned back support and get ready to hold your big dogs like they are your baby (which they are).
They might not notice their changes in size but you surely will by scrolling on below to take a look at these bears.
#1 The doggo also has a ‘full head of hair’ now.
6 weeks vs 6 months.
#2 Did they name him after the character from The Last Airbender?
Zuko the German Shepard from 8 weeks to 1 year!
#3 Moose looks a bit down in that second photo.
Moose: 12 weeks to 14 weeks.
#4 Notice the significant hunching in the second photo.
3 months vs 6 months!
#5 I’m amazed this guy is still able to hold him.
12 weeks to 12 months.
#6 But he doesn’t want to be on the ground!
Our puppy Jojo from 10 weeks to 7 months.
He’s officially too big now for my wife to comfortably carry him.
#7 I wouldn’t recommend carrying him either.
3 months vs 1 year — the struggle to carry him is real!
#8 When you never think they’d grow up to be so big.
My chocolate labrador Eddie, 1 month vs 1 year.
#9 She doesn’t look that impressed in both of the images.
3 years ago when we first got her vs now!
#10 They grow up so fast *wipes away a single tear*.
Knödels at 6 months and 3 years.
#11 And he is going to continue to grow into a big floofer.
From 10 weeks to 8 months, our boy Teemu is getting harder to hold.
#12 He can barely fit in the car now.
Ziggy got biggy.
#13 It seems he still likes watching TV.
My boy Ares at 6 months and now at almost 2 years.
#14 That face says it all.
An 8-week-old puppy to a 9-month-old derp.
#15 That is a very beautiful sentiment.
Heavier and older really means more to love and more time to have loved her.
#16 Junebird just wants to be held.
#17 How did he change colors as well?
Humphrey Bear grew into his name — 8 weeks to 1 year old.
#18 Calling him a monster might hurt his feelings.
From a 2-month-old bleep to 6 months old, then to a 1-year-old monster.
#19 ‘Why is the hooman holding me?’
Calvin at 6 weeks old and then 1 year.
#20 He is a lap, torso, ribs, and face boy.
Cane Corso – 130 lb. lap boy. So good.
#21 This guy here looks pretty proud with himself.
1 week after I got him vs 1 year after I got him (11 weeks vs 14 months).
#22 Didn’t change too much though.
10 weeks old to 4 years old.
#23 All I see is a fluffy black rug.
13 weeks to 7 months! Mom can’t hold him like that anymore!
#24 I’ll go with the latter choice.
Either Waffles grew or I shrunk.
#25 Why does it look like the doggo change breeds as well?
From 4 months to 14 months.
What did you think of these ‘transformations’? Do you have your dogs that transformed from a lap puppy to a bear too big to hold? If so we’d love to see that in the comments below. Don’t forget to share this as well!