Bulldog Puppy Argues With Mom That He Should Be Allowed On The Couch

No matter what they do, dogs always have a knack for making us smile. They all have their own individual personalities and quirks, and the way they fit in with our families is nothing short of amazing. It really is a dog that makes a house a home.

But for the most part, the little everyday quirks that make us laugh usually go on in the privacy of our homes. But every so often, we get lucky when someone films something adorable that their dog is doing, and then shares with social media for the rest of us to see.

One such instance is the little bulldog who wanted to sit on the couch. While he may have wanted to be near his humans, there was a strict “no pets on the couch” policy in the home. Still, he tried his best to get up, but each time, he was met with a “no.” Unhappy with the rules, he decided to stage a protest.

And that is when it got hilarious.

His owner managed to film the little bulldog as he aired his grievances by barking. However, they weren’t what you’d call “normal” barks. Instead, this pooch was emitting strange sounds that he passed off as barks. While in his mind he was probably barking loud and clear, what everyone else heard were little squeaking sounds.

And that was enough to send the internet into hysterics.

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