Super Tired Rottweiler Nearly Falls Asleep Sitting Up

Published September 30, 2019 47,846 Views $41.16 earned

Rumble / Dogs & PuppiesDogs are adorable. They’re furry and cuddly and full of so much love, but they’re not perfect. Dogs are capable of doing things out of their character just like humans. The first, and perhaps most important, the result is that overall pet owners tend to laugh more frequently than individuals who are not living with companion animals. And why is that you ask? Because they always find themselves in a funny situation or they make something that makes us laugh! So what is it that dogs are doing which makes us laugh? Here is one hilarious video of a dog who runs as fast as lightning! It made us laugh so much we hope it will make you laugh too!

Faithful, kind, affectionate, loyal - all these complementary characteristics apply to dogs that know their owners, like no other. Imagine what kind of secrets your beloved furry amigo could tell about you, if only it could talk. Scientists have conducted comprehensive research and have determined that when a person looks at a pet dog, the hormone oxytocin is produced in his or her body. Apparently, that's why dogs love to look at their master with their gentle eyes, when they want to get something. By the way, the same hormone in the body is produced when a person looks at a small child. This oxytocin is the sole culprit why dogs “understand” us so profoundly. Many dog owners can confirm that whenever they are sad, worried or anxious their dog starts to behave differently, as if they can read our thoughts and feelings.

Do you think that dogs are adorable and are capable of feeling love towards their owners? See how dogs shows love and friendship to their owner after no matter the case. All dogs miss their owners when they leave home, but this time these two best friends are very happy to meet again after the man was absent for ten long weeks, there is no doubt that the dogs are the best friends of the man. This is very adorable!

This big girl is trying her very best not to snooze off and she is failing miserably. Ruby is an 18 month old Rottweiler in the UK. She is so scared of missing something that she fights going to sleep! Does it work for him? Well go right ahead and take a look as his attempts are too adorable to miss out on!