Eight-month-old Staffy lies down and plays dead when owner says it’s time to go home 

Dogged determination! Eight-month-old Staffy lies down and plays dead when owner says it’s time to go home

  • Mavi loves going for walks and refuses to get on her feet when it is time to leave
  • Video shows her dragging her body through the sand in Bournemouth 
  • Cheeky Mavi even tries to bite her lead as her owner tells her they are leaving

A cheeky Staffy dog loves her walks so much she lies down in protest when her owner says it’s time to go home.   

Mavi, who’s eight months old, plays dead whenever her owner Georgie Saunders, from Bournemouth, tries to end their walks.

She lies flat on her belly and tries her hardest to resist to Georgie’s tugs on her lead.

Mavi diggs her paws in and refuses

Mavi lies flat on her belly and tries her hardest to not give in as her owner Georgie Saunders, from Bournemouth, tugs the lead

Georgie captured Mavi’s resistance on one of their walks on the beach.

In her hilarious footage Georgie ends up pulling a reluctant Mavi across the sand as she tells her: ‘We’re going.’

The Staffordshire bull terrier refuses to get up and clamps her teeth around the purple lead, looking like she wants to bite it off.

‘No, not taking it off,’ Georgie adds.

The dog makes a trail across the sand as she is dragged along by her harness. 

Mavi clamps her teeth around the purple lead, looking like she wants to bite it off

Mavi clamps her teeth around the purple lead, looking like she wants to bite it off

The dog is then seen on a path lying on her side, again refusing to co-operate and being dragged along.  

Georgie said: ‘Every time we take Mavi anywhere we can be there for hours on end and she still never wants to leave.

‘She loves being out with other dogs and playing with them but never wants to go home.

‘Maybe because she’s locked in with me all day at the minute.’   

As they walk along a path Mavi plays dead in a last ditch attempt to avoid leaving

As they walk along a path Mavi plays dead in a last ditch attempt to avoid leaving

Georgie Saunders and her Staffordshire bull terrier, Mavi

Georgie Saunders and her Staffordshire bull terrier, Mavi 

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