Would it be great if you could spend your day hanging out with your buddies and taking a break to have a cozy nap?

Well, that’s what it’s like at the Puppy Spring facility in Gyeonggido, South Korea.
Puppy Spring is a daycare facility for dogs that are 12-weeks-old or more.

“There are reservations for 30 dogs each day,” a Puppy Spring told Bored Panda. “We also operate as a play center where children can come in to relax.”

Puppy Springs doesn’t seem to be your average daycare.
These dogs are highly trained to the point where they don’t even seem like dogs at all. They are like tiny little fluffy robots.

The facility loves to post photos of their dogs all snug inside their sleeping beds, wearing pajamas and sitting completely still.

Yes, multiple dogs. Together. Sitting absolutely still.
It almost seems like they are tranquilized or something by the way they sit so perfectly.

How else would you get dogs to sit perfectly still for prolonged photo opportunities? Everyone on the internet wants to know.

But Puppy Springs says that it’s just a part of their routine.
“I think that the reason the puppies can settle down for a nap in their sleeping bags is because it is part of their routine, so it is now a regular habit for them,” they tell Daily Mail.

According to Bored Panda, these kinds of facilities are growing more popular in Asian countries.

At least for the ones who can afford such luxuries.
These dogs spend their days playing games and exercising. They go swimming, hang out at birthday parties, or play on the playground.

That apparently tuckers them out, so they are ready to plop right down during naptime.

Naptime is between 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m, which seems like the perfect point of the day to catch some Zs.

If there’s one thing we can all agree on is that they make for some great pictures on the internet!

Everyone thought they were so cute and just absolutely beyond adorable.

I mean, how can you not fall in love with a face like this?

The internet was absolutely smitten with these cuties.

“Adorable, how did you get them to nap at the same time?” said one commenter.
“Oh my goodness! How in the world did they get them all to lay down – and sleep. Precious!!” said another.

“Okay but how!? I do doggie daycare and can’t even get three to nap,” said another.

These dogs must get a lot of training and are made to be totally obedient.
You see a lot of these kinds of dogs on the internet these days. They almost look like living dolls.

If there is one thing we can learn from these adorable pups is that we should all institute a world policy where we all take a mid-day nap. Who else agrees

By Admin