Australian Shepherd Makes Hilarious Alarm Clock
It’s Monday again, and the bitter truth is that we need to go to work in the morning, again! We have to say goodbye to our lovely bed, who we love to share endless hugs with our mattress and the pillow. And the worst part is when you have to set the alarm and that snooze button that we all hate the most.
But, we all have a human version of a snooze button, and in this case a dog version of the snooze button. In this video, we will see a fantastic dog who makes sure that his owner does not fall asleep, so he is trying his best to keep him awake! You will love his determination!
Nova is just helping to wake up its owner. Who needs coffee when you got this?! “Wake up, wake up, it’s time to go to work” Nola tires to tell her owner. She is a genuinely caring dog and makes sure her owner does not get late for work, because somebody has to make money to buy her treats! She is so cute and so amazing!
We always tend to do our best for our pets, and there are no doubts that people who have dogs treat them like their children. But, because dogs have big hearts and a lot of love they recognize those good deeds we make for them, so every time they have a chance they return the favor in a sign of appreciation. Nola melts our hearts!
The Australian Shepherd, often known simply as the "Aussie," is a medium-sized breed of dog that was, despite its name, developed on ranches in the Western United States during the 19th century. There is disagreement regarding the exact history of the breed before its arrival in the United States, and thus no official consensus on the origin of its name or association with Australia.
They are fantastic family dogs who love to hang out with their families, they love to be active, and they are incredibly affectionate. However, they love to bark, like really really love to bark, as you can see from the video.
They are among the smartest dog breeds, and they will outsmart you in every given situation, so make sure you always keep an eye on them! They love outdoors activities so put on your running shoes and go to the park and spend some time with your lovely “Aussie.”