Hysterical Photos of Dogs Testing Their Owner’s Patience to the Max

According to a study at Cornell University, dogs were domesticated between 9,000 and 34,000 years ago. Since that time they have been hunting, guarding, sniffing, transporting, and doing other things to help people in their everyday life. They also give us a lot of joy and help to reduce our stress level. But as our article shows they can also check our patience.


He found  a bag of charcoal and had some fun with it.

I can’t believe he did that.

All the time when my dog does someting bad he just looks away and acts like it doessn’t exist.

I thought you were never coming home again. I panicked.

Now you can spend more time with me!

Oh, hi! How was your day?

I was hungry.

Had some fun in the bath tub.

I don’t know what you’re talking about.

Thank God you are home, your pillow exploded.

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