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Cowardly dog frightened by reflection in food dish57s

Cowardly dog frightened by reflection in food dish

This Australian Shepherd loves dinner time, but when dinner is served in a brand new shiny food dish, she gets a surprise that sends her running away with her tail between her legs. Dinner starts out like always, with her food put down and her running to start eating as fast as she can. She is enjoying her meal until the food gets down to the bottom, exposed the reflection of another Australian Shepherd looking back at her in the shiny metal. She is so frightened, she jumps up in the air and runs away, returning only to peek into the bowl to see if the reflection is gone. Finally with her owner’s encouragement, she gets up the nerve to finish her dinner and leave the reflection of the Australian Shepherd behind her.

Guilty Dog Destroys Couch, Tries To Hide It From Owner1m10s

Guilty Dog Destroys Couch, Tries To Hide It From Owner

After this naughty dog had a lot of fun ripping apart the basement couch when her owner was away, Mya the 12 year old Australian Shepherd tries to hide the massive hole that she chewed by sprawling out over top of it. She uses all of her sixty pounds to try and cover the big hole in the couch, but the stuffing leaking out and spreading onto the floor is a dead giveaway, and so is the guilty and ashamed look on Mya's face. When her owner comes home from work and goes to find Mya in the basement where she likes to sleep during the day, she finds stuffing all over the floor and a hole underneath where Mya is lying. With shifty eyes, this Australian Shepherd tries to hide her mess so she doesn't get in trouble. She worked so hard to stay out of trouble by covering the hole, it is hard for her owner not to be mad. Especially with those big blue eyes and sad look. She even tries to shoo her owner away so they don't look. When she finally gets off the couch, she won't even look her owner in the eye. She has been caught and she knows it. Luckily for her, it was an old couch that was scheduled to be brought out to the dump the next week. Mya is now being trained to chew her bone when she wants to eat something, and not the furniture. Like most Australian Shepherds, Mya is a very strong willed dog with lots of personality. On a regular day, she enjoys laying on the basement couch watching cartoons while her owner is at work. She rarely gets herself into trouble, but when she does, she always has a funny was of reacting to it. Her big blue eyes resemble human eyes, showing her emotions and letting her owner know exactly how she feels.

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Published: November 3, 2017Updated: November 6, 20173,258 viewsVirality: 5%
Bratty Dog Stomps Feet When Told She Can't Go Outside1m27s

Bratty Dog Stomps Feet When Told She Can't Go Outside

After being brought inside for barking at the neighbor's cat, this Australian Shepherd has a complete meltdown because she cannot go back outside to play. Just like a small child, she is caught on video stomping her paws constantly, barking and trying to stare down her opponent in order to make her open the door. Mya is a 12 year old stubborn and strong willed Australian Shepherd that is used to having things go her way. She is often caught having temper tantrums, whether it is at the door after she is brought inside for barking, trying to manipulate her owners into feeding her early or freaking out on the cat for drinking out of her water dish. She loves the sound of her own voice and is known for the stomping of her feet when she doesn’t get her own way! She is a high maintenance girl, but worth every minute when she curls up on the couch for some doggie cuddle time. Mya spends a lot of her time outside during the day as that is where she loves to be most, watching the people walk by and chasing leaves in the driveway! Unfortunately, she has a tendency to bark at the mailman, other dogs and more than anything, the neighbor’s cat! Although many training methods have been tried, the only real way to correct the barking is by bringing her back inside. Just like Mya, most Australian Shepherd dogs are hard headed, but extremely intelligent and easy to train. They are also very vocal and like to have a lot to say. “Aussies” as they are nicknamed are a sensitive breed and then you bring that emotional aspect together with a tendency to bark and howl; you get a dog that loves to talk back and express herself.

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Published: October 28, 2017Updated: October 31, 2017288,484 viewsVirality: 15%
Stubborn dog refuses to eat dinner1m00s

Stubborn dog refuses to eat dinner

This 12 year old Australian Shepherd refuses to eat her dinner. She acts like a child at the dinner table, shaking her head "no", whining and stomping her feet!

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Published: August 5, 2017Updated: August 7, 201759 views
This dog makes the funniest noises in the car21s

This dog makes the funniest noises in the car

The minute the car started moving, this 12 year old Australian Shepard started going crazy! Passers by we're looking in the car window to see what all of the noise was about! We do not know if she gets excited, scared or anxious, but she shakes, whines and makes the funniest noises every time the car moves!

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Published: August 4, 2017Updated: August 7, 201732 views