Doggie Daycare Center Shares Adorable Photos Of Puppies Sleeping Together

How many of us are guilty of taking too many pictures of our sleeping dogs to the point we disturb them? Show of hands? Yeah, quite a few of us. But in our defense, they’re just so stinking cute when they’re asleep!

There is one doggy day-care in Gyeonggi-do, South Korea, who is about to provide you with all sleepy doggy pictures you could ever want.

Puppy Spring looks after dogs older than 12 weeks. And it is the perfect place for dog owners who work full-time, but want to know that their precious furbabies are being well looked after while they’re at work.

While Puppy Spring is a great outlet for their customers, its Instagram has also been a great source of joy for people browsing online, since Puppy Spring regularly posts pictures of their naptime.

A spokesperson for Puppy Spring said to Bored Panda that naptime is included in the daycare’s schedule, as it allows the dogs to refresh their energy after games and exercises that help them develop their social skills and improve their obedience.

Naptime usually occurs between 2:00 and 2:30 pm, during which time the staff will often catch a few pictures of these sleeping pups in order to share with the world.

Check out some of our favorites below:

 

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