Do you ever feel all of your energy drained out while getting out of bed? Does your body feel reluctant to move even one muscle? Well, you’re not alone. In fact, humans are not alone to feel that way. Sometimes, even animals simply decide that they don’t want to walk anymore- and the adorable drama that follows is a spectacle.
A video has made its way to the internet showing a dog laying on its back on the sidewalk as its owner tries hard to convince it to walk. Despite some cajoling and a belly rub, the dog refuses to get up. The video was posted by an onlooker on the street, who witnessed the pet’s tantrum, and shared it with the netizens. She captioned the video on Twitter, saying, “Not EVERYTHING is bad. Like this dog I met yesterday who did NOT want to walk anymore. She is good!”
Not EVERYTHING is bad.
Like this dog I met yesterday who did NOT want to walk anymore.
She is good! pic.twitter.com/ULPj6LKpvK
— Steph Haberman (@StephLauren) August 4, 2019
Soon as the video went viral, been viewed more than 3 million times, it started to garner replies from pet-owners around the world , who’ve dealt with the exact same thing.and also shared their own moments when
I really feel her pain! pic.twitter.com/KJaYXfKznw
— Kwame Joseph Licensed REALTOR®️ DC & MD (@BuyfromKMJ) August 5, 2019
It’s a Bully (English Bull Terrier) thing. This is mine on a windy walk. pic.twitter.com/pwxE6rk1jf
— The Flat Oeuf Society (@FlatOeuf) August 5, 2019
I can so relate lol pic.twitter.com/Z1fv1ylVcY
— Milani (@MilaniTekle) August 5, 2019
The dog said “and that’s that on that!”😊
— House Stark Bannerwoman (@mfredericks1x) August 5, 2019
She was thinking, "All I need is a kiddie pool and some dandRUFF shampoo". pic.twitter.com/m1h7UVgbkW
— 88elephants (@88elephants) August 5, 2019
My dog does this EVERY time he does not want to leave someplace he is having fun. I have had people stop their cars in parking lots to point and laugh. 😒
— Lori Davis (@Daytripper2772) August 4, 2019
— Eva Schultz (@EvaIn280) August 5, 2019
doggo.exe has stopped working > walk() is undefined
— Guillaume ₿onnet (@gsbonnet) August 4, 2019
A pibble? Mine does the same thing. She's straight up Norma Desmond. pic.twitter.com/dyFK5ylCxV
— Tira Gina (@marthadyer) August 5, 2019
I had a Pug who was such a sweet, gentle dog unless you put her in a carrier or made her walk when she didn’t want to.
Puggy would throw her 22lb body on the ground and tantrum like a 2 year old.
Then I’d walk carrying her 😂😂😂She always won.
I miss her
— Wendy – PA 🇺🇸 #WeAreThePatriots. (@chillibeanboy) August 5, 2019
Marty prefers to drive pic.twitter.com/JEVO4WdTE4
— Michael Tull (@Michtull) August 5, 2019
My 115-pound mastiff is known for laying down in the middle of walks, because she's tired or she knows we're headed home and doesn't want to go. People laugh. One man drove out of his way to thank me for the entertainment. I've been told by strangers "I heard of you & your dog." pic.twitter.com/NHniUDLI01
— Kathy Mair (@katilou10) August 5, 2019
Mine does this on the neighbors lawn when she doesn’t feel like walking anymore. It gets a little embarrassing when I have to carry her like a toddler pic.twitter.com/Mg6rnQIK8H
— Jazz1 (@JenniferAzzara1) August 5, 2019
— Santi (@Causationist) August 5, 2019
These poor pets might be tired of walking, but I’m really not tired of watching their antics! I am too happy from all this goodness!