When it comes to getting out of his comfy chair, this lazy dog is having a serious case of the Mondays.
Some days it's really, really hard to get yourself going in the morning. Your bed is comfy, the floor is cold, and it would be so much nicer to just curl up and close your eyes again. That's just what the lazy dog is going through in this video - in fact, he's having a serious case of the Mondays.
This dog is trying to get out of his chair. He really is. He stretches, puts his front paws on the floor, and gathers himself up so that he's ready to stand up and walk. But then he doesn't quite get there.
Take a look at this silly, lazy dog. Can you relate?
Ahh, the floor is comfortable enough, and it's certainly a better option than getting up and facing the day. Anyone who's ever had a hard time getting motivated to get out of bed can identify with this funny pup's conundrum.
If you notice your dog has a hard time getting out of bed - and not just because he's lazy - it could signify that your dog is experiencing some pain or stiffness. It would be a good idea to take him to the vet for an exam. Sometimes as dogs age they develop some arthritis, but there are various medications which can help to keep your dog comfortable.
And if your dog has been sleeping on a floor, it's likely he'll be a bit stiff when he gets up. Investing in a dog bed to give your dog a comfy place to sleep can help to prevent this from being a problem in the future. Or your dog could just sleep in your bed with you, too. It's all up to you.
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