We all know Murphy’s Law—anything that can go wrong will go wrong.
But what about all the dog laws that rule our lives every day? Here’s a few to get you thinking.
Dog Laws That Affect You Every Day
Bailey’s Law – The more urgently you have to pee in the morning, the longer your dog will take to relieve herself.
Max’s Law – If your dog is snoring on the floor when you get up to find something, he will be on your seat when you return. Even if you were gone fewer than five seconds.
Bella’s Law – Your dog who never barks will suddenly discover her voice the moment you begin a phone interview for your dream job.
Gus’s Law – Until you go to another part of the house farthest from the back door, your dog will show no interest in going outside.
Molly’s Law – The only toy your dog wants to play with is the one that rolled farthest under the furniture.
Cooper’s Law – The more adorably your dog is posed, the more likely he’ll move seconds after you grab your camera.
Sophie’s Law – The more money you’ve spent on training classes the worse your dog behaves when you meet said trainer in public.
Jackson’s Law – If your entire house has hardwood floors, your dog will find the only three square feet of carpet before he vomits or has a bout of diarrhea.
Lucy’s Law – A dog’s affection increases proportionally to the likelihood that the person she’s greeting is wearing the opposite color. Gold dogs greet people wearing black most affectionately while black dogs greet people wearing beige most affectionately.
Riley’s Law – A dog jumping up on you is most likely to hit testicles, sore breasts, or kidneys.
Honey’s Law – No matter how much we can predict a dog’s behavior based on dog laws, they’re always more lovable than we could ever expect.
Your Turn: Have your dogs inspired any dog laws? Do tell.