Having a dog is quite an adventure. They’re exciteable, loving, affectionate creatures which are endlesly loyal and will forever love you for anything and everything you do. This means that if you’ve got a pet dog, you’ve more than likely have had some adventures and events with them that were so memorable, they became staples in stories you tell your friends later on. However, you weren’t the only one.
See, dogs are a popular pet. And that means there are many, many people who were able to very luckily capture pictures and events involving their dog that they usually would not be able to. What might that be, I see you wondering? Well, it’s excited yelps, weird facial expressions, and otherwise hilarious, wonderful goodness. Don’t believe me? Check it out yourself.
Kimberly Freeman is a writer for City Dog Expert and she has really good advice for people.
“To look out of the window and admire the beauty around us (or the neighbor’s cat). To be excited when the postman delivers something new (especially a new purchase). To relax and be content with our own company and the company of those around us. To forgive when you truly are sorry (just like that time you accidentally stood on your pup’s tail).”
#2 Car drive
This is Billie. She never understood why I had a set of keys to bring in the car and she didn’t. I got her a set of her own and now she insists on bringing them anytime we go for a drive!
#3 Look at the arm rest.
#4 Light rectangle.
User beserker_panda explained;
The superman pose to ensure all the arms and legs get the sun too is hilarious. Have to ensure an even bake!
#5 Bulldog pile
She also says;
“As a pet owner in charge of another living being, we also learn to let go and go with the flow a lot more.” The pro dog trainer doesn’t say it’s always easy, though. “Shit happens (literally) and no matter how well-behaved our dogs are, we cannot control every element of their actions. Sometimes the most surprising things our dogs do bring us the most unexpected joy.” Kimberly gave an example of “non-dog owners having no idea how hysterical a dog snore or a snaggle tooth can be.”
User Viridian_Dreamer explained;
Aww they genuinely captured the essence of that dog in that line tattoo.
User thelordofhell34 added;
How on earth can you trust your Guinea pig not to run off into the bushes and for you to never be able to catch it again?
User accord281 explained;
Anyone who owns a golden retriever knows the first thing you do before opening the patio door is say “let me see what’s in your mouth.”
My 15 year old Chihuahua has very sensitive eyes due to iris atrophy. Here she is in her “doggles.” I smile at this photo on an hourly basis. Hope it has the same effect for others.
User mistaopportunity added;
I didn’t expect to see a downward dog today, but I’m happy I did.
#18 Feigning death
User sm12511 continued;
Ghetto Weenie Dawg: “Man, gotta protecc my peeps! Square up! You smaller than a shoe! I got you! Yeh, go head and shuffle off. Bih ass Mr. Krabs! Don’t come back!”
Disclaimer: Although I neither condone nor condemn aforementioned behaviors or syntax, I am familiar with ghetto argot.. I work one of two jobs in a gas station.
#21 Look at the art
User bullevard said;
We dogsat a big dog like that for a weekend. Any time me and my girlfriend sat on the couch together the dog would make a point of climbing across her, wedging himself between us, and just staring at her like “you are getting a little close to my guy here.”
#27 Drug bust
#29 Giant floof
#30 Head sit
#38 Shaving accident
User Rob Eldrett added;
Did something similar, getting ready for a black tie charity do,shortly before my wedding. Decided I would tidy up my hair a bit. I thought this is cuttng nicely as I ploughed a ridge above my ear, then oh ***i’d forgotten the attachment, I skimmed the rest as close as I dared and thought nobody would notice, first comment through the door” what’s wrong with your head ?”
What about you? Do you hae a pet dog that you were able to capture in the littlest of moments? We’d love to see it!