This doggie is so small and cute, we just want to snuggle it! Maybe this is its first time to the vet, but this baby is too smart, it knows this is not the sort of place it wants to be in. Look how miserable he looks! Yet still being such a good boy.
That cold table doesn’t look appealing at all, even if it doesn’t know exactly what is about to happen. But that vet seems to love the puppy as much as we do, so we’re sure everything will be just fine. The term “sad puppy eyes” was invented for this little dog.
Don't Even Try
The term "road rage" brings to mind terrible profanity and car accidents. But this dog brings a whole new meaning to the term, with rage clearly displayed across its face. He knows where this car ride is headed, and he's not going in quietly or without a fight.
This dog is so angry, it's difficult to imagine what it could have possibly been offered to get into the car in the first place. Don't take your eyes off the road when you're driving, but if you have a pup like this one, we would strongly advise you to keep an eye on it too!
No One Will Find Me Under My Pet Giraffe!
Just look at this genius of a dog in its very original hiding spot. Yes, that's a giraffe he's taken cover under. Perhaps, the pup thinks, "They will think the giraffe is me instead, and I can sit and watch, instead of sit and suffer." But, as we can clearly see, the giraffe looks nothing like the dog, and hardly hides him at all.
We wonder what the vet would say if they were presented with a stuffed patient instead of a live one. But that giraffe, as cute as it is, will not make a difference today, except that it's officially part of an adorable picture.
This doggy seems to have the right idea. It knows it doesn't want to visit the vet, so it's decided to take a stand, or a lie-down if we're being literal. This pup probably figures, "If I don't get up, if I just sit here on the road, no one will be able to take me anywhere!"
And this is no inexperienced puppy either. This is no silly trick, but rather a well-laid plot. He's been packing on the pounds for weeks in preparation for this, and he knows he's putting up a good fight. Ironically, though, that may be the reason for the vet visit in the first place. Still, if anyone's going to avoid the vet, we would put our money on this little guy.
You know that Greek myth about the scary three-headed dog that guards the Underworld? Well, meet his dorky cousin. No, in all likelihood, these are the faces of three individual dogs, guards of the treat cabinet. They're not so menacing, though they probably aren't thrilled to be on their way to the vet.
While the one on the right looks relatively happy, the two on the left are looking a little more desperate, and they're all probably trying to reason with their owner to take them anywhere but the vet. We have to hand it to these people for taking all three to the vet at once, that's going to be quite a fiasco when they arrive.