For many of us, a new year means a new opportunity to improve ourselves. We all know the familiar resolutions: hit the gym, finish that novel, finally settle down with the right gal or guy. Dogs can have resolutions, too: hit the dog park, finish that bully stick, finally settle down with the right napping spot.
We’ve conducted a highly scientific poll (i.e., we’ve thought about all the dogs we know) to come up with this list of New Year’s resolutions for some of our favorite breeds of dog. If yours isn’t on the list, don’t worry; the new year means new beginnings for all, and it’s not too late to help your dog decide on a few resolutions of her own!
The Boston terrier resolves to take life a little more seriously
It can’t all be fun, games, and adorable smiles!
The schnauzer is finally going to look into eyebrow grooming
Enough is enough with the Groucho Marx comparisons.
The boxer plans to get serious about training
Welterweight champion 2015!
The English bulldog resolves to lighten up a little
It’s just that 2014 was a rough year, and these face rolls make it difficult to smile.
The Yorkie is going to see the world, and nothing is going to stop her
This feisty breed is travelling first class all the way in 2015.
The pit bull plans to take it easy this year
It’s hard work being so adorable, and everyone deserves a break.
The beagle resolves to follow its nose, wherever it may lead
The chihuahua wants to try stand-up comedy
Everybody already laughs at me, so why not take this face to the stage?
The German shepherd wants to show the world its softer side in 2015
The corgi resolves to fight for the rights of the vertically challenged
This stumpy-legged champ demands equal views for all!
The pug wants to learn how to relax
Every dog, whether purebred or mutt, can make a change in 2015. What are your dog’s resolutions for the new year? Let us know by using #RoverResolutions!
Top image via flickr/nyer82