Followers to “American Chopper” star Paul Teutul Sr.‘s Instagram account know the custom bike builder is quite the softy when it comes to animals. Now, his latest post shows the star putting a whole new take on meditation alongside his four-legged pal. However, as far as meditation goes, I don’t recall scrolling being a part of it.
Regardless, the image captures the “American Chopper” star’s bulldog and, just like most Outsiders, we can’t pass over a post featuring a sleepy pup. Check it out below.
“A little meditation before the workout,” Sr. writes beneath the photo.
In response, “American Chopper” fans had a multitude of reactions to the lazy-like photo.
“Awe so cute!!” wrote one follower. Another of Teutul Sr.’s fans wrote, “Senior your dog is my spirit animal,” and I don’t know about you, but I can definitely empathize with that statement.
A handful of other fans continued to comment on the dog’s beauty and encouraged Sr. to get off of his phone at the same time. However, meditation is what you make it, so what makes Sr.’s methods so wrong?
‘American Chopper’s’ Paul Teutul Sr. Has a Soft Spot for Horses
The “American Chopper” star’s horses frequent his Instagram page more commonly than most of the rest of his animals. We’ve previously seen photos and clips of the mustachioed tough guy loving up on his horse, Soldier. However, the celebrity’s other creatures do make an appearance on occasion.
Take for example the star’s latest clip as he offers a pair of his horses a treat. Standing at opposite sides of their enclosure, both the white horse and the horse with a blaze stare intently in Sr.’s direction.
“You want some treats, buddy?” Teutul asks as the horses whinny in response. “How ’bout you?” he continues, turning to the red horse with the blaze.
Humorously, after the “American Chopper” star offers his equines a special treat, the fellow to the right continues to lick his lips and flick his ears back and forth.
Beneath the photo, Teutul writes, “Always glad to c me , or maybe it’s the treats.” While I hate to burst your bubble Sr., I got to say, I think it’s the treats reeling them in. Though come unarmed with snacks and we’re sure they love you just as much.
In the comments, “American Chopper” fans shared their own thoughts. It appears the consensus is the horses are glad to see the treats, though being a close second has to feel pretty rewarding too, right?