There are two types of dogs in the world, those that love walks and those that are over the whole exercise thing. These dogs that don’t want to walk are the epitome of the second type.
1. “Do I hafta go hooman? You’re doing fine on your own.”
2. “Nope. Done. This is as far as I go. You and your running shoes can go on without me.”
3. “Yes…yes this will do nicely for my daily nap.”
5. “I don’t see those squirrels you promised…”
6. “But I’m so much cuter like this!”
7. “Yes hooman, it is necessary that I sunbathe right now.”
8. “This is why I pooped in your shoe.”
9. “My cuteness will get me out of this torture.”
10. “Sure hooman, it still counts as a walk if you drag me through the grass. At least one of us is still walking!”
11. “Hooman said today is the day my diet starts. Not if we never get home it doesn’t.”
12. “Maybe I can chew through this and the hoomans will never dare do this to me again.”
13. “I nap now. 3:45 PM is naptime hooman, you knew this. You only have yourself to blame.”
14. “Why are you doing this to me? Is this because I freed the trapped fluff that was in my bed?”
15. “Hooman thinks he’s more stubborn than I am? We’ll see about that.”
16. “You never said I had to stay awake during your coffee date. I’m only here as an excuse to leave early.”
Can your dog make it through your whole walk? Are they the complete opposite of these pups and have their leash ready before you can even finish spelling the word? Or were these just too funny not to share? Let us know in the comments below!
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