Puppies are too adorable to be real. And they don’t even have to try to overload our hearts with cuteness.
They are little babies that happen to have fur and require a lot of care. But what are their humans to do when they have to go to work? Take them to a daycare, of course! Puppy Spring is a nursery that meets all of those requirements. With many full-time workers too busy to look after their adorable puppies throughout the whole day, such facilities are getting more and more popular in the Asian country.
The Puppy Spring facility in Gyeonggi-do, South Korea, is a doggy day-care that looks after pups older than 12 weeks. It’s perfect for dog owners who work full-time, they know that their precious pups are happy and being well-taken care of even when they’re busy at work. They is regularly posting pics of its adorably cute puppies napping, and they’re taking over the internet. Puppy Spring is a blessing to its patrons, but it has also become a source of happiness for people online due to its adorable Instagram.
The center welcomes pups that are aged 12 weeks and older. They host upwards of 30 dogs a day, and during that time, the employees work with them to improve their obedience and sociability. But all these activities can really tire the little puppies out. Naturally, they require some time to nap. From 2 PM to 3:30 PM you’ll see the most adorable sight—all of the dogs are curled up in tiny sleeping bags. Some nap together while others snuggle with their stuffed animals. However they choose to relax, it’s a sweet scene.
A spokesperson for Puppy Spring said:” Naptime is included in the daycare’s schedule to let the pups refresh and regain their energy after the games and exercises that the pups partake in to develop their social skiIIs and improve their obedience. Naptime takes place between 2.00 and 2.30 pm and staff will often snap a few pictures of the slumbering pups to sharе with the world.” When the dogs are sleeping, the employees get a chance to rest as well. But usually, they can’t resist the beautiful sight in front of them and take out their phones to snap a few pics of the resting littersof puppies. And I’m glad they do. I mean, just look at these sweet angels!