Dog Refuses To Let Go Of Her Favorite Place In The House
Lexie is a dog who suffers from allergies and is not allowed to spend her time on the couch. But here we see a totally opposite picture. She has hugged the couch so stubbornly like it is the last thing she would ever enjoy in her doggy life. Knowing that just like people, dogs are susceptible to allergies, as well and sometimes can even be more sensitive than people, the sight of the dog and her so treasured couch won’t leave us ignorant of the feelings of compassion for this dog .
Being aware that her body can’t enjoy the softness of the couch to the whole, Lexie is satisfied with lying on the bed just halfway, though she yearns to be able to slump into the bed with her full length. As she hangs there all sad, with a pleading look and long face, we know that she listens carefully to what her owner has to say and we are clear that she understands everything.
She is conscious of her plight, but like any other dog, Lexie exhibits perfect acting capabilities. She thinks that if just for a split second she closes her eyes, everything will go away and she will be able to enjoy the couch to the fullest. But her owner is more persistent than Lexie, and though you may have never seen more desperate dog, nobody can help her in her downcast low-spirited attempts to keep the sofa for herself. Wagging her tail, she finally gets off the couch stretching her body as if she had a nice long sleep.
When it comes to obsession with things, dogs are real addicts to certain objects, especially play toys. Their obsessively compulsive urges make them hold onto things losing their heads over them. Just like little children get uncontrollable tantrums and show preoccupation with objects they like, the same is true for dogs. This video is a real indicator for such behavior. Meet Lucy the boxer who loves water fountains, especially if it happens to be her own toy and it is in the backyard where she can play with it all day long. She even gets into the action with so much obvious passion that they need to occasionally snap her out of the trance! When she has learned that every time she pushes the button, water comes out of the toy and that gives her the chance to catch it in the air and drink it like a good and skillful dog. And she manages it at almost every attempt! But who needs to drink such an amount of water? Lucy the boxer, of course!
For those few who did not know, let us tell you a little secret about dog videos. The Internet was first conquered by cats: a lazy cat, an angry cat, a cross-eyed cat, a brave cat (Remember the hero cat who saved the little boy from a dog attack? Of course, we all do!), and it is because of amazing dog videos like this one on the top of the page. Watch! Go, go dogs!