Dogs Who Don’t Understand How BIG They Are – Dogs Stories

When you welcome a small wood into your home and heart, you don’t want to think about the day when it grows up and loses its puppy fat. But the day comes when your puppy grows into a dog. And keeps growing. And growing. And doesn’t stop. You check the Canine Instruction Manual that came with your pet and you finally realize—aha! You forgot it’s one of those giant dog breeds that make you think Clifford, the Big Red Dog might be real.

We have collected photos of the biggest, most playful, fluffiest, and young-at-heart dogs that you’d want to hug all day long and get lost in their fur, so scroll on down and give the best boys and girls a boop on the nose with an upvote. Is your soul yearning for some more giant dogs who don’t understand how big they are? Check out our previous big doggo posts about canines who forgot their size here, here, and here.
(However, just because a dog is big, it doesn’t mean that it has to be obese (aka a chonky chonk). All jokes aside, if you want your family pet to live a long and happy life, it’s vital that you help it stay lean and avoid entering the ‘overweight zone’ which requires extra effort on your part.)

Big Dogs Can Be Scared At The Vet Too

My 93 Lb German Shepherd Is Pretty Pleased With The Amount Of Inconvenience He’s Causing

My Dad And My Dog (Dad Is 6’2″)

Once A Lap Dog, Always A Lap Dog

Here’s Another One Of Our Rescues, Yuki: A bad dog owner ᴅᴜᴍᴘᴇᴅ this wolfdog at a ᴋɪʟʟ shelter when he got too big and too much to handle. Luckily a sanctuary took him, instead and saved his life! His DNA testing came back as 87.5 % Gray Wolf, 8.6 % Siberian Husky, and 3.9 % German Shepherd.

In-Person, Zammy’s Bigger Than Life. Seriously. He Just Astonishes The Expecting Passers-By


Big House Cow Meets Little House Cow

My 85 Lb Dog Is Scared Of My Sister’s 1,5 Lb Foster Kitten
16 Months Apart

Big Boy

Am I The Only One That Needs A Little Help Getting In The Car?

Tiny Kitten Observes Big Dog Yawn

Bonner, Newfoundland, Can Often Be Spotted In Our Rehabilitation Unit Encouraging Patients

He May Look Like A Bear But He Identifies As A Lap Dog

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