You can meet some pretty interesting characters just walking down the street. While every person is their own individual self, you might start to see some similarities between them from a distance. Apparently, dogs face the same predicament as we humans do. With that being said, here are eight types of dogs youâ€™ll meet on the street.
1. Phone Addict
This pup canâ€™t seem to put their phone down. It makes you wonder whatâ€™s so important that they need to stare at a screen in the middle of the street. Surely Facedog and PupTube can wait until theyâ€™re seated somewhere so they donâ€™t barrel into everyone walking the opposite direction. Itâ€™s even worse when they stop walking suddenly just to take a selfie for Furgram.
2. The Exercise Freak
Rain or shine, you see these dogs as you leave for work in the morning or come home in the evening. Usually armed with a water bowl, these pups are decked out in full-on workout gear and that Fur-Bit gadget they seem to love so much. If theyâ€™re on a walk with their humans, they are usually seen tugging the led so furiously that theyâ€™re several feat ahead. Didnâ€™t anyone teach them to heal?
3. The Teenagers
If you hear barks and howls so loud you wonder if a clowder of cats has been let out, then chances are itâ€™s a group of teenager pups. They love to walk in a perfect horizontal line that stops anyone from passing through and they talk very loudly. They gossip about who has the most expensive toys, laugh about going to a cool new bar for chicken broth shots, and scream about the latest movies (like Captain Dog: Civil Bark).
4. The Snail
The snail pup isnâ€™t a strange hybrid animal, but a dog that walks way too slow. Seriously, thereâ€™s no reason for anyone to walk this slow. The worst part is that they tend to walk right in the middle of a street, making it difficult for anyone to go around them. It makes you want to throw a tennis ball in front of them just so theyâ€™ll run out of your way.
5. Business Person
Unlike the snail, this fur ball always seems to be in a rush. Usually seen with a briefcase in paw, theyâ€™re always dressed smartly with not a single fur out of place. They can often be heard talking on their phones about dog park meetings and bone treat sales as they rush by as fast as their paws can carry them.
6. The Lovers
PDA takes on dog form in the lovers. These two pups will always hold paws, kiss each other excessively, and share spaghetti like theÂ Lady and the Tramp. Theyâ€™ll make you want to yell at them to get a kennel, but they wonâ€™t hear you if you did â€“ theyâ€™re too wrapped up in each otherâ€™s fur.
7. The Tourists
These pups stand out like a sore thumb. Theyâ€™re usually dressed in obviously tourist-y clothes â€“ like a Hawaiian shirt, big hat, and sunglasses â€“ and are often more than a bit lost. Theyâ€™ll ask you the way to the famous Mount Dogmore, request directions to the White Pup House, and question you about the whereabouts of the Fur Ball Museum, all while holding an upside-down map in their paws.
These are all the pups youâ€™ll meet while strolling down the street. As if anyone needs more reason to stay in and watch Dogflix all day! Do give this a like and share around if you enjoyed it!
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