Here's What Your Dogs Do When You Are Not Home

PepperPublished: January 26, 2015Updated: February 2, 20155,969,867 views
Published: January 26, 2015Updated: February 2, 2015

We have to leave them on their own every time we leave the house, even if it is to pick up some stuff from the local store. But have you ever wondered what your pets do when you leave them in the morning to go to work? Do they lay down on the spot and wait for your timely return, or do they turn the place inside-out in despair over you leaving them behind? There’s been a lot of debate about this, but it seems that our furry friends are even bigger softies than us and loyal to a fault. This dog owner wanted to find out for herself what plan her two dogs were devising in their free time, and she let us in on her little research.

It seems like Pepper the Dachshund and Margo the mixed rescue are the most model dogs on the planet! Their owner set up a camera overseeing the bed where she sleeps and showed us a 2 minute footage of the most “active" parts of their alone-at-home behavior.

The most interesting part of these 100+ seconds is the change of sleeping positions. The dogs just climb on the bed and lay down on the edge, as if to be closer to the door when the owner comes. And even when she finally does come back, Margo is seen sitting patiently and waiting for her to come. We are in awe!

It seems that the pull-out couch is Mr. Pepper's favorite piece of furniture in the entire house. When her owner allows him to get up on the sofa, she likes to go merry-go-round on it, spinning in circles. And we can watch him for hours!

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