Lazy Dog Stays Asleep Forcing Owner To Clean Around Her

We’ve all been there at one point or another in our lives where she just can be bothered to move from a comfy spot – be it the bed or the couch. It could be that we’re sick, hungover, or simply, not feeling like doing anything. And in the current global pandemic, it could be a touch of depression.

However, there is one dog who’s giving everyone a chuckle, as she refused to move an inch. Appropriately named “Lazy,” this dog became an internet sensation after a video surfaced of her refusing to move – even when her owner was trying to sweep around her.

The hilarious video shows just how lazy, Lazy could be, as she just stayed put, forcing her owner to have to accommodate her while he tried to complete his chores.

En el interior, cuando es la hora de la siesta, es la hora de la siesta. ¡No se jode! 👉 https://t.co/nsAMtii81E

Posted by Lucho Bugallo on Monday, February 17, 2020

The 10-year-old golden retriever is based in Argentina. While Lazy does enjoy a daily trip to the local park with her owner, the most precious part of the day is her afternoon nap. There is nothing that she will allow to come between her and her name. In fact, that is how her family came to give her the loving nickname of “carpet.”

Regardless of this lazy dog’s ways, her owner, Lucho Bugallo, wouldn’t trade her in for the world.

As he told The Dodo, “She can spend all day lying down if she wants. In fact, that’s why we have pets, to make sure they’re happy.”

Lazy has her own Facebook page where you can keep up to date on all her naps and other lazy adventures.


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