Dogs Trust are letting pups pick their own Christmas presents and sorry, bawling
LOOK. AT. THEM. GO.
They know what they want. And they're going to get it.
People talk a lot about the delight of children during the festive season.
Their faces when they discover that Santa has been. Their faces when they see all the gifts they've gotten. Their faces when they fall asleep at approximately 2pm after eating their weights in sugar.
It's pretty good to see - however, it's not even half as good as the delight of dogs at Christmas.
Specifically, dogs who are allowed to pick their own gifts.
And lucky for us (and them) this festive season, Dogs Trust have only gone and permitted the good little boys to do just that.
This year we combined toy donations from our staff & amazing supporters, lined them up and let the dogs in our Rehoming Centre pick their own Christmas present. We hope this makes you smile as much as we did recording the dogs have so much fun! #SantaPaws #HappyDogs 🐾 🎁 pic.twitter.com/exfoDLCIz9
— Dogs Trust Ireland (@DogsTrust_IE) December 20, 2019
Lining up donations from the public and their staff, the charity let their dogs run loose in the rehoming centre to choose the toy they want most.
Some dogs went for plush toys. Some dogs went for bottles. Some dogs went for squeaky lads but there was something that all of the dogs had in common.
They were happy.
"This year we combined toy donations from our staff & amazing supporters, lined them up and let the dogs in our Rehoming Centre pick their own Christmas present," they said on Twitter.
"We hope this makes you smile as much as we did recording the dogs have so much fun!"
It did, lads. It honestly did.