4 Dog Gifs That Describe You Perfectly

We don’t know how or why dogs get us, but they really really do. From being annoyed with life to giving up on the day itself, dogs show emotions that relate to our human feelings on a deeper level we never knew existed. The best thing is the Internet has shown us all the dogs and their crazy antics that make us realize that our lives are relatable, even if it is just something you and that one dog do. There’s no shame in it if a dog does the same, right?

The Dog Who Understands Your Sleep Probs

Work is hard, but getting up for work is ruff. You may have slept for nine hours, but who’s counting? And the sun is up?! Absolutely not. Back to sleep. See you in two days. I’ll be here.

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The Dog Whose Eyebrows are on Fleek

It’s not every day you get your eyebrows done, but when you do get them back on point you might just do a little dance. Possibly get some crazy eyes going and walk around like you’re hot stuff. Let’s just hope your eyebrows look a little better than this pupper’s.

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The Dog Who Loves a Good Pet

Some days just can’t get any better. Until they do. Someone gives you a gift card for a massage or you get a full day off. Life is good, and there’s nothing anyone can do about it. Just like this happy pupper, you can’t imagine having a more perfect day than you are having right now.

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The Dog Who Loves Food, Almost Too Much

Eating is the best part of your day. But when people start bringing out dessert, your pupils dilate to the point of explosion. If you’re a person who likes to have your cake and eat it, too, dogs understand you on a different level. Cake, burgers, fries, chicken, cookies, they want it all and you do, too. You don’t have to be ashamed of what you eat. Just be sure to share it with your pooch.

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Dogs are more like humans than most of us think. They have the ability to feel and speak. They know how to cheer you up when you’re down. But most importantly they show us that as humans and dogs we all experience things that bum us out or surprise us and that the only way to move forward is to feel it and move on!

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