Sleeping Dog Refuses To Wake Up Despite His Owner’s Urges

Ever had a sleep so sound that nothing could really convince you to get out of bed? Those are the best kinds of sleep. With many of us working from home, it’s probably a lot harder to force ourselves out of bed.

But we’re not the only ones who are experiencing a struggle to get out of bed. Our pets certainly must experience a lot of trouble getting up and about. And one adorable Bulldog was caught by his owner just wanting to spend a lazy day in bed. It’s something we can all relate to.

Beef is the adorable little pup who was all comfortable in the bed of his owner, cuddled up in between the sheets and pillows, that he was refusing to move. In fact, his owners were having a tough time convincing him to leave the bed. And we think it’s just adorable.

In the video, you can hear Beef’s owners trying their best to get the little pooch to move. But he refuses – he just wants to keep napping. Same Beef, same.

Still, the owners do their best to try every known dog trick to get their Beef to move on out of bed.

First, they try to threaten to leave by saying, “Come on, Beefy, let’s go byebyes!”

When that clearly has no effect on the dog, they try, “Wanna treat?”

Surprisingly, this one also turns out to be faulty.

Eventually, after much frustration and coercion, Beef finally starts to move! He eventually rolls his way out of bed, but he doesn’t look too thrilled about having to leave his wonderfully warm bed.

And we know that feeling all too well.

Watch Beef in the video below:

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