“What’s Wrong With Your Dog?”: People Are Posting Pictures Of ‘Malfunctioning’ Dogs (47 Pics)
Being a dog is tough work. They gotta protect their home from the postman, run around catching balls, and spend entire hours begging for food, all while making sure their owner feels like the most loved person in the world. Naturally, having so many responsibilities might exhaust the animal and send it into overdrive.
And when dogs malfunction, things can really take a funny turn The K9s, for example, might start climbing on the furniture or exchanging playdates for swap swims. You never know. Every case is different and the way they wind down really depends on the severity of their "problem"...
One thing's for sure, though. The derps often end up in the subreddit r/WhatsWrongWithYourDog. It's a place where people post pictures of their beloved pets having a moment, and it's hilarious. Continue scrolling and check it out for yourself.
He Collected All Balls He Found In The House And Then Laid Like This For 10 Minutes
As of this article, r/WhatsWrongWithYourDog has 984,000 members. So if you're a fan (honestly, I can't imagine why you wouldn't be), consider becoming part of the community as it is making its final push toward the glorious 1 million mark.
Bored Panda got in touch with just-a-traveler, the person who created the subreddit back in 2015, and they were kind enough to tell us more about it. "I made this subreddit because dogs are goofs. Pure hearted, lovable goofs," just-a-traveler said.
Right Now, I'm Looking For A Dog To Adopt. I Gave This Little Guy The "Sit" Command And He Sat Down Like This. I Think I Just Found My New Dog
"I wanted that folks could have a place to share their [moments from their goof's life] while the rest of us gather around, point and laugh," just-a-traveler explained.
It's important to highlight, that r/WhatsWrongWithYourDog isn't taunting the dogs or their owners. It doesn't allow posts about injured or dead dogs—as much as people might be heartbroken, it's just not the place for this content. Breed hate and other kinds of (verbal) abuse aren't tolerated either. It's a safe space; members of the subreddit aren't laughing at the pooches, they're laughing with them.
This Is What I Come Home To Every Day
"I made a similar subreddit for cats [and Bored Panda already featured it], but the people are passionate about pups too, so when the world gets you down, visit us for eye candy and soul solace."
When it comes to causes of the most popular dog 'malfunctions', just-a-traveler said that mirrors and farts (both their own and their human's) are prime candidates. "Dogs will also sleep in any position as if their bones were jello. They have zero shame and are the best creatures on the planet," just-a-traveler concluded.