Dogs Engage In A Lazy Game Of Tug-Of-War

Petar_Rumble Published May 4, 2018 287 Plays

Rumble / Dogs & Puppies - Have you ever been so lazy that instead of walking up the stairs to go to bed, you have considered sleeping on the couch? Or you said a thousand times that today is the day that you will go to the gym, and still ended up watching TV? If not, you have very strong willpower. But us humans aren’t the only lazy ones, dogs have lazy days too! For every busybody herding breed or investigative journalist hunting dog, there’s an equal and opposite couch potato breed.

These adorable dogs aren’t quite the most active dogs! They love to play together but not quite have the energy to do so! Check out this low energy game of tug-of-war. Too funny! We can all agree that Jack Russel is one of the most energetic and hyped dog breed out here. Their constant running and positive attitude just find a way to make them separate from any other dogs.

However, today is not that kind of day for them! Well, it looks like someone is having one of those days… We’ve all been there! There’s the sibling rivalry, bouts of hair pulling, plenty of closet raiding, and of course, intentionally annoying one another. 

And also the biggest conflict of all- sharing! These two cute Jack Russel doggies do not have the energy to play but they also don’t like to share the same toy! Until one of the dogs gives up the toy and probably goes to take a nap! Don’t you find them so adorable?

Living with us in mega-cities or in small villages, on the sea, in the desert and even in space or on the North Pole, they march along, leaving 4 paw traces, our friends - dogs. They are glorified in legends since days ancient as being more faithful than people and remain close in perilous times. There are volumes of poems inspired by and devoted to them, monuments erected in their remembrance and the never-fading memories we cherish of growing up with our first dog.

In ancient times, dogs helped our ancestors hunt for mammoth and toothed tigers. Dog teams bare the credit naturalists, geologists and other adventure-seekers ventured into expeditions and conquest of the Arctic and Antarctic. In the world of today, many dogs live a comfortable couch life next to their beloved owners and we are grateful to them for the company.

Among other things, people love to show off their pets. They are treated as stars, as cute toy creatures that give one joy, or even ugly, but ridiculously funny pets. Pets are, and this is a fact, one of the top-5 keyword searches on the Internet.

However, 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!) these were on the all-star list of Instagram, YouTube and Facebook. Photos, videos, memes, gifs, whatever you could possibly imagine to sharer online was instantly gaining immense popularity! Entire audiences of admirers and subscribers started to gather and expanded. And how did our dogs leg behind in this pet-craze? They actually did not! Dogs confidently began to catch up with the mustachioed mousers. And not only catch up, they even started overshadowing their popularity. And why you might ask. It is because of amazing dog videos like this one on the top of the page. Watch! Go, go dogs!