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There Were Twelve Occasions When Dogs’ Environment Crashed and Dog.exe Failed to Launch

They may have experienced a mental short-circuit. At times in our lives, we find ourselves between an impenetrable wall and a hard place, with no obvi..

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Their brains might have short-circuited.

Between a rock and a hard place, we often find ourselves at a loss for what to do. During these times, we tend to remain immobile in one spot for long periods of time. Even if I’m exaggerating, it’s not by much. However, things are very different for the animals we call pets. Their responses are usually the strangest you’ve ever seen, but I can’t say I blame them because their brains aren’t as developed as ours.

Each person reacts differently to their surroundings, as evidenced by the obvious discomfort they feel or the look of bewilderment on their face. Even if we can’t know for sure what’s going on in their heads, we can tell from their behaviour that something has gone wrong with their circuits and they require assistance. Scroll down to see for yourself if you don’t believe me.

#1 Dogs are just like babies most of the time. And babies are just like drunk adults.

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You can chalk it up to the asmr phenomenon; I have the same experience every time I visit the barbershop. For some reason, it reminds me of a natural version of heroin.

#2 Not everyone is a big fan of wearing shoes all the time.

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#3 This dog has reached his pinnacle and finally caught his tale but what did it cost?

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When my old golden retriever caught his tail, he’d spin around with it in his mouth for five minutes before finally bringing it to me with an expression that said, “look look I got it, look look I got it.”

#4 When you can’t get out of the door and your human is sitting there recording and laughing at your misery.

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#5 Whoever thought tasting sand was a good idea?

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We once had a dog that liked to eat sand, and then, at night, he would stop working on his face and instead butt his head into the air for hours. Despite his reliance on sand, Damn Dog enjoyed a long and fruitful life.

Alfie was a miniature mutt who resembled a poodle. Compared to him, my English Cocker Spaniel was a mere buffoon in his court. Alfie detested the ocean and bit the sand within seconds of entering it, while the cocker surfed on boogie boards (I wish I had proof). It didn’t take long to stuff that little shite full of sand.

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#6 This confirms it, cats are clearly liquid.

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My Maine coon literally surprises me every day with some new hilariously inane antic. He’s either trying to fit into it or struggling against it.

#7 Is he sleeping with his eyes and mouth open or is he stuck?

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#8 Is that Neo? If not, how did he learn to walk on walls?

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#9 Ah yes, air sure does taste delicious.

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#10 His smiling muscles might be stuck. It happens with humans sometimes as well.

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#11 Everyone has a hobby so why not collect rocks?

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#12 The kitty will get her revenge on her hooman very soon.

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Maybe if I just wait it out it will stop.

How often does your pet’s brain.exe crash? In that case, what exactly did they do? Leave a comment and let us know, and please send this article to your friends.