Not everyone wants to go into the family business. This is true for humans and also true for dogs like Glory, who was bred in Wisconsin to be a sled dog. It didn't take long for her owner, Twitter user @BlairBraverman, to see Glory wasn't particularly interested in pulling anything.
We get it, Glory.
Glory's case is definitely a unique one among sled dog puppies.
But every dog has its own personality!
In the past few years, we’ve only had one pup like that.— Blair Braverman (@BlairBraverman) July 17, 2018
So what will become of Glory?
When my parents’ 16-year-old lab, Hattie, passed away last year—and we learned that they might be looking for a new dog—we started thinking.— Blair Braverman (@BlairBraverman) July 17, 2018
Perhaps a more conventional lifestyle would be right for the couch potato pup.
Glory took to her new home like a fish to water!
Congrats on your new home, Glory! It looks like you'll find all the happiness you were looking for there.