These cute animals just can’t stay awake as they fight obdormition
These dogs being reunited with their owners are definitely expressing supercalifragilisticexpialidocious behavior.
This National Geographic video shows the almost two dozen dogs enjoying their senectitude at the House with a Heart Senior Pet Sanctuary.
Animals can be desultory. We’ve all seen a cat or a dog get distracted by the things around them, be they a shadow or a leaf floating across the breeze, or a squirrel out the window.
This frowzy dog shows his delight as he launches himself into the muddy waters again and again, rolling back and forth, tail wagging.
These little dogs in the video can’t be thought of as particularly chthonic themselves (they are just too cute!), but they do seem to be quite concerned with what is happening beneath their paws.
The dogs in this video have had their kelter disrupted. They have gotten stuck in doggy doors, been tripped up by chasing their toys, and have fallen for a variety of reasons.
The animals in this video are exhibiting hardihood, which means boldness or audacity.
These dogs have been trained to approach dinner time with a sense of eutaxy.
In this video, an Australian sheep dog demonstrates what it means to be a Myrmidon.