Sometimes, the best way to not do something is to not do it with dogs. Be honest—if you weren’t going to do it anyway, you may as well have fun with dogs instead, right?
Dogs have been helping humans procrastinate since the great homework eating pact of 1905 was signed by undisclosed representatives of each species. This special arrangement continues to this day, and has only been fortified by the creation of technical advances such as the television and the laptop computer.
Since there’s something you probably ought to be doing right now besides reading this article, we’re pretty sure the act of opening this post counts as the 13th time dogs have helped you delay some boring chore.
Unloading after your Costco trip
Cook the dinner, or Instagram the dinner?
Bill paying marathon < Dockdogs Marathon
Watching Kingsman just for the pug scenes
The whole thing. Every time it’s on.
*Can’t rake leaves; dog being adorable.
Why mow the lawn when you can perfect your backflip-double-catch-spin?
Can’t compute. Puppy too cute.
Discovering your dog is ticklish
Can’t move. Puppy sleeping.
Aiding in the extinction of the dinosaurs
I’ll get started right after lunch
Travel plans? Next time you leave town, find a dog sitter who’ll treat your dog like family. Rover’s got you covered with loving dog sitters across the U.S. including Houston, Oakland, New Orleans, San Antonio, and your city.