Melancholic Dog Not Interested In House Party

Published March 22, 2019 1,430 Views $0.88 earned

Rumble / Dogs & PuppiesDogs have bad days too! Dogs are sentient beings that have their ups and downs, just like us. At those times, we can’t expect them to be able to mind their manners as well as usual. Somehow we forget that most likely because we are not as fluent in canine body language as we are in human body language.

They have some days when they don’t want to socialize, and they want to chill, clear off their thoughts and just to be left alone. Animals are amazing companions that have brightened up our lives. From the time that humans have been around, we have co-existed with animals, even using them as faithful companions that help with everyday tasks. But, sometimes we need to step up and brighten their day when they are having a bad day, or they are not in the mood.

This dog is having one of those sad and stressful days, and he wants to be left alone. It appears that this pup has a lot on its mind as it stares out the window during a house party. Hysterical! Even though there is a party going on at his house, he is not really interested in that. He just wants to look out of the window, clear his thoughts and be left alone. Wow, he looks like one of those sad music videos, don’t you think? So funny!

Have you ever seen your dog acting like this or feeling sad? If asked, most pooch owners would say that their pets display feelings. Cheerful, energized, furious, sorrowful—and so on. Be that as it may, are these feelings certifiable, or would they say they are merely people anticipating onto our pets? With regards to whether a pooch can feel pity, the appropriate response is both yes and no.

Sadness is a tough emotion to describe, and if you ask three people what grief is, you might get three different answers. Dogs don’t have self-consciousness or the ability to regurgitate inward that humans have. Some doggos are significantly more emotional to change than others, and individual factors can unexpectedly influence them, yet by and large, emotional changes in a puppy's life can lead to depression.

So we wonder, what happened to this pooch that he is so deep in his thoughts? Is he wondering about his ‘good boy’ status, he didn’t get treats that day or maybe there are some unsolved love problems?

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