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Golden Retriever Puppy Falls Asleep In Water Bowl (VIDEO)

05/18/2016 03:57 EDT | Updated 05/18/2016 04:00 EDT

We've all been there. A long night out. Too many drinks at the bar. Maybe your favourite team plays a game and it goes into overtime.

Unfortunately, the next morning you have a hard time keeping your head up and your eyes open. You're useless to the world.

This puppy probably didn't go on an all-night bender but he feels you. He just can't stay awake and eventually falls asleep in his water bowl. This is despite all the commotion going on around him.

Night, night, puppy.

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