Owners Watch As The Dogs Go Crazy When They Leave For Work

When the cat is away, the mice will play. But sometimes those mice are really just our pets who decide that they’re going to let loose and have a little fun while we are not home. Most of us have probably wondered what exactly our pets get up to while we’re not around. And unless we come home to a destroyed place, the events of their day remain a mystery.

However, if we dare, we can find out for ourselves just what our pets do all day while we’re gone thanks to technology. And when one owner set up a camera to check on their 8-month-old Golden Retriever, the results were hilarious.

Granted, the pup was still young so he had lots of energy to burn. And as soon as he was left to his own devices, it was clear that he was feeling pretty feisty without any owners in the house.

In fact, in the video, you can see him going nuts, just having a grand old time by himself running around in a circle in the living room. He’s got a buddy quietly seated on one of the couches nearby, and he stops several times to check on him, almost as though trying to encourage him to join the madness.

But no such luck. In fact, his friend just sits on the couch chilling the duration of the video – even after the crazy one disappears from the room.

What a wonderful life it must be to be a dog at home.

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