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Chihuahua Tries To Scare Cows But Unfortunately Fails16s

Chihuahua Tries To Scare Cows But Unfortunately Fails

All dogs, to some degree, are territorial. They live in a neighborhood, their home, but they also have a territory an area including your property, the yard. This is a territory that they will defend no matter what. Dogs can also, like migratory birds, have more than one territory, such as the inside of your car, or a neighbor’s house where they regularly visit, which they will defend. Dogs will define an area where they live as territory and then defend it. They develop situations where they feel that guests intruders have come way too close without permission, so the barking and aggression is greater than what we want or expect. In this case, the intruder is a cow! Bruiser, a little 5 pound Chihuahua, gives his best effort to make his presence known to the cows on the other side of the fence. Unfortunately, it doesn't exactly go according to plan. He tries to scare them out of his area and show them that he is the guard there, no has no luck. In the end, Bruiser got scared from the cows! That poor little buddy! Chihuahuas are comical, entertaining, and loyal little dogs. Though some are shy and others may tend to be nervous, the Chihuahua makes an exceptional family pet in households that can offer enough care and attention. They probably can’t offer protection and guard the home, but who needs that when you can have their love!

Dog's Commitment To Keep The Balloon Off The Ground Is Truly Admirable 1m37s

Dog's Commitment To Keep The Balloon Off The Ground Is Truly Admirable

Hi everybody, we want you to meet Rose, the most hyperactive dog we have ever seen! She’s a Boston Terrier who has a few incredibly admirable traits, including but certainly not limited to her boundless energy, her commitment, and dedication, her ability to entertain herself and her wonderful showmanship. It gives you energy just by watching her! Rose, an energetic Boston Terrier, shows off her acrobatic skills while keeping a balloon in the air for over a minute! Her commitment to keep the balloon afloat is truly remarkable to watch! She dashes around the yard playing with her orange balloon not letting it touch the ground for a second! Amazing! She does it with great energy, dexterity, and enthusiasm through this entire minute-and-a-half video that we can't stop watching over and over again! She is a very active dog! She can’t be calm for a second. If she doesn’t play with her balloon, you will probably find her in the pool diving or doing some back flips while playing with her favorite toy! You will probably feel an urge to do something fun after reading this! Remember when something as simple as a bright balloon could entertain you? Neither do we, but this amazingly energetic dog sure seems to enjoy it! We always enjoy watching videos of dogs, because they always us makes us laugh and they’re always full of joy and happiness! Boston Terriers are smaller, short-tailed, well-balanced little puppies who weight more than 25 pounds. The sleek "tuxedo" coat can be white and either dark, streak, or seal (darker brown). They have the most beautiful round eyes that shine with kindness, curiosity, and love. They are really energetic and love to have fun. We need to know everything about pooches. Everything! Be that as it may, there are endless types of puppies out there, and every one is an exceptional creature with its own particular history. With this video, we will learn a little bit about the Boston Terriers. They are very active dogs that love to play. They are the first dogs that are breed in the United States. Boston Terriers were reproduced for pit battling and were significantly bigger and heavier than they are today, weighing up to 44 pounds. Also, an amazing fact is that the Boston Terrier is the official state dog of Massachusetts because Massachusetts is the original state where the Boston Terrier was breed. The Boston Terrier's size and shape aren't its only attributes that have changed since its early years. As pit fighters, early Boston Terriers were extreme and brutal, a far cry from the present sweet-natured, happy rendition of the breed. The Boston Terrier's nature is so charming now that the breed has earned the epithet "The American Gentleman." The trademark highly contrasting Boston Terrier coats that resemble perpetual tuxedos may have had something to do with it as well. What do you think about Boston Terrier? Would you ever adopt one? Tell us your opinion down in the comment section!