After a tiring day full of obligations, I am pretty sure that many of us look forward to some relaxing time. As per dog lovers, I believe relaxing can be a little difficult from time to time, especially for people who go to work every day apart from many other obligations as well. One thing for which we can all unanimously agree is the fact that we are all very excited to get back home to meet our dogs and the same is true for them as well. Many dogs spend a lot of time alone and as soon as they see their owners, all they want to do is spend some quality time with them.
It is truly one of the most beautiful feelings in the world. No matter what, our dogs will always be very excited as soon as we get home. It really shows a lot about them being our best friends and missing us when they are not with us. Apart from these moments when our dogs are energetic, there are also other moments when they are sleepy. Often, when they have made up their minds about sleeping, it is very difficult to convince them of something different.
Nevertheless, there are many ways how our dogs get distracted from sleep. Despite trying different methods, many of these methods that we try may not work and ironically, things that we do not for this intention may result in much more success. Medical Device Sales Representative Daniel Skulina, 34, saw that his two-year-old Labrador Retriever Leo was sleeping on his back with his head on the pillow, almost like a human, at home in San Diego, California, US.
Leo does have a favorite word and this word is ‘outside’. You can tell by the way he reacts in the video. As soon as Leo hears this word, you can tell that he understands that something good is going to happen and that he should be very excited about it. “The way he opened his eyes and stared off at nothing for a few seconds was really funny to me and also a little eerie.”- said, Daniel.
Well, perhaps you should work on finding out your dogs’ favorite word. It can become handy in different situations. Does your dog have a favorite word? If yes, make sure to let us know what it is! I believe many dogs will have common favorite words.