Usually, it is the adults in the family who are often disappointed in the younger family members. But now dogs want to be in control. Every day, more and more dogs are learning how to express disapproving expressions on their humans. After all, they are tired of their parents not giving them table trash or paying more attention to their human children.
For years, people have often disapproved of when their dogs misbehave, but now it’s time for dogs to turn to them again. In fact, so many dogs have mastered disapproving looks that #DisapprovingDogChallenge is now trending on Facebook. Here are some of the best photos.
# 1 – Benz the Chihuahua looks terribly judgmental for no good reason.
# 2 – Ash cannot stand when his human is pretending to be throwing the ball.
# 3 – Duke is tired of putting up with his parents on a daily basis.
# 4 – People seem to get on Hope’s nerves every day.
# 5 – Loki isn’t thrilled with his new human sibling.
# 6 – Bonito is always quick to judge.
# 7 – Goose the English Bulldog looks like it just wants some space.
# 8 – Pigeon doesn’t like being told what to do.
# 9 – Blueberry can’t believe its people are so lazy.
# 10 – Lola isn’t happy to be out in the freezing snow.
# 11 – Summer isn’t thrilled with how 2020 is going.
# 12 – Tucker wants to know why the kids are waking him up so early.
# 13 – Poor Ariel had to wear a sweater before going outside.
# 14 – Beans don’t look forward to training today.
# 15 – This little pug is fed up with so many kisses.
# 16 – After all, this French Bulldog seems to be thinking it’s too early for Christmas.
It is true that dogs learn to cast disapproving looks, but that doesn’t mean they don’t love us. If anything, it just means that they love you so much that they want to make silly expressions on their faces, just like you. They want us better to know that they are not happy with our actions. Though these puppy faces are certainly more adorable than intimidating!
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