Krista Miranda

By Krista Miranda

LifeBuzz Staff

15 Sleepy Doggos That Are Just Too Darn Tired To Move.

It's Where All The Cool Dogs Hang Out

It's Where All The Cool Dogs Hang Out

Flickr / Michael Dorausch

The back of the couch seems to be a favorite hang-out for pups, especially if there are pillows against a window. We think that we finally understand why dogs are so drawn to this particular spot in the house. First off, it's a great place to get a good view of everything going on. Also, the huge pillows on the back of the couch are really comfortable and super squishy.

The Upside Down World Of Dogs

The Upside Down World Of Dogs

In the world of dogs, 'The Upside Down' isn't a place from "Stranger Things." When a dog sleeps upside down it tends to mean that the dog is super comfortable in their environment. Not only is the pup happy to be there, they feel safe being there as well -- considering that if a dog is laying on their back they can't protect themselves. In contrast, this next dog is ready to go at a moment's notice.

I Hear You Breathing

I Hear You Breathing

Flickr / Madaise

Every single dog likes to be with their human for every waking second, and some want to be there while you're sleeping, as well. This dog learned how to take a nice, comfy nap with his owner. He puts his nose right by her face so he will know every time she moves. There's no way that he could ever miss snack time when he can feel every movement she makes.

How Can that Possibly Be Comfortable?

How Can that Possibly Be Comfortable?

Imgur / ateart

What a silly way to fall asleep! Where do we even start with this pup? Maybe he tried climbing down from the armrest, but didn't quite make it all the way because he was just too sleepy to keep going. He must be friends with the next tired pup, who is obviously too lazy to find a better sleeping spot. Who needs a blanket to cover your face when you can just use a dresser?

Turn Off The Light

Turn Off The Light

Reddit / dudeandcatastrophe

I'm sure all of you, at some point, have struggled with not being able to sleep because it was just too bright. So it's not too hard to sympathize with this pup, who's just trying to get some shut-eye. It was too bright, so he just stuck his head under the dresser. At least he was able to figure out that it would be dark enough to sleep underneath there. Dogs really are too smart for their own good sometimes.

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