When looking at some pet owners, it may seem that people consider them to be children.
Well, the dogs answer them in full reciprocity and imitate as best they can.
Here is this dog – now he is absolutely happy.
Lindsay Dyer found her dog Franklin at an animal shelter. The fluffy mestizo of the dachshund captivated her with his friendliness and touching gaze of huge brown eyes.
He got used to his new home perfectly and became attached to Lindsay. Even a little too attached.
Franklin just loves hugging. It can be awfully cute until the moment Lindsay has to get to work.
Then Franklin’s attention becomes intrusive.
Usually, in order to work, Lindsay settles in a big Ikea chair.
But for Franklin, it’s an invitation to hugs.
Have you ever tried stroking a restless dog lying on your lap and typing at the same time?
Previously, this did not bother her. Lindsay went to the office, but with the onset of the pandemic, the office moved to her house.
But you can’t explain it to a dog. Because the hostess began to spend more time at home, he did not need her less; rather the opposite.
And then it dawned on the girl – when she once again leafed through the catalog of a furniture store.
She saw that Ikea’s assortment contains an exact copy of her work chair, only halved.
Hopefully, when Franklin had a chair of his own, he would stop trying to force the mistress out of her place.
“Needless to say, he is very pleased,” Dyer said. “This is his favorite place in my office.”
When Lindsay brought the chair home, she put dachshund’s favorite stuffed toy on the seat.
And Franklin knew immediately what that meant. Just look at the expression on his face – it’s a priceless moment.