Golden Retriever simply can't contain energy level

Published September 19, 2019 1,694 Views $0.41 earned

Rumble / Dogs & PuppiesMany people have difficulties getting out of bed early in the morning. Obviously it is not just humans who have those lazy times! Puppies have it too! Usually, canines will jump out of bed if their owner asks if they want to go for a walk. This stubborn Golden Retriever will do whatever it takes to stay in bed. It is hilarious how this adorable puppy would not let his owner pick him up. he acts like a tick and is not that easy to get rid of. Adorable!

This is a 3-year-old Golden Retriever who lives life on his own terms and does not like being told what to do. when it comes time for morning walk he simply bunkers down on his bed! He is acting like a spoiled toddler!

He likes to sleep in, which is not always a bad thing, but when it is time to get up and go outside, he protests. He usually likes going outside in the morning and sniffing for any critters that might have passed through the garden during the night. But sometimes, he struggled to get motivated to get up. Cannot we all relate?! He does not desire to get out of the couch and so the negotiation starts…

Among many favorite spots in his home, today this bed is on the top of the list. He has already decided to roll around in there and does not plan on getting out anytime soon. He does not mind being asked at least six times to get out of bed and to stop being a diva but he just cannot help himself.

Dogs are wondrous creations that bring pleasure into our lives and make the world more enjoyable! They should be managed with the utmost care and respect because they are a worthy member of your family! They may be difficult to grow, but the memories that they bring heavily out way the challenges!

When a doggy spins around in circles before bedtime, he may be behaving in a way that is natural to him. Canines in the wild often dig out their own resting places. Once they are happy with their work, they may check it several times over by wandering around it in circles. If your pooch circles his bedding site before retiring for a nap or for the night, he is essentially just checking his digging work and making sure that he has a cozy and safe place to sleep.