Daisy would rather nap on Molly than on the ground…She is not ashamed.
And I do not blame you , especially when you have a soft worm body to sleep on !
Hope those two don’t sleep there all night!! What if it’s cold…or rainy?
Mine do the same thing. (And I’m with commenter number two….I hope they’re not left out in that pen in hot or cold weather. People know better than to do that any more, right???)
Lighten up, veronica
Seriously. What would make one think that? Never occurred to me.
Honest to Pete, stop with the freaking negative comments!!! You have a snapshot of 2 very obviously well cared for dogs, dozing in the sunshine! It’s a cute picture! How do you go from this sweet picture, to *assuming* these are neglected, abused animals? Because they’re outside??? Just. Stop. It.
Plus…. they are DOGS. Some owners DO leave them out at night depending on climate zone. Good grief.
This site is ruined for me by the preachy, holier than thou comments. What is wrong with you people??
How adorable! Oddly enough, my first thought wasn’t “holy cow, did someone leave them out all night in the rain?!”, it was, Holy Cow, how great was it that owner caught that fabulous shot!
Anna says it best! Just enjoy the pics for the cuteness it provides or keep your dang, stupid comments to yourself. I take pics of my dogs on the deck all the time, doesn’t mean they stay out there! BTW- the dogs are adorable!!!!!
I can’t believe some of the comments here. Dogs lie in all sorts of strange places. It doesn’t mean they’re there all night. Stop assuming. I think Molly is one smart dog.
Open up your eyes, guys! They obviously live in a cage! That’s terrible!!!
If I took a picture of my dog when he was sleeping in his crate, would you assume he was always in the crate? ‘Cause he’s not.
It could just as easily be a backyard, guys. Some people have small lots in poor neighborhoods, those dogs are luckier than some of the apartment dwelling dogs I know, at least they can go lay in the sun when they aren’t being walked.
its probably a mom thing you know
The dogs are obviously well fed. Their coats are shiny and look well brushed. There is no sign of dirt or debris in their fur nor is their fur clumpy or patchy. There are no signs of flea infestation. I’d say they’re fine. Also, some people build dog runs so that their dogs can, you know, run. Safely.
Molly’s nice to let Daisy sleep on her. They must like each other quite a bit!
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