Great Dane Is Not Happy At All About Late Dinner
Don’t you just hate it when people don’t respect your time? It is utterly disrespectful to keep someone waiting, whether it is on the street corner or by their food bowl!
Max the Great Dane has an impeccable sense of time. He knows that he always gets his serving of boiled chicken at five o’clock sharp! He knows this as a fact and he very well expects his bowl to be there, filled to the brim with the delicious meat.
But this time, his dad forgot about the time and now it is 5:08 p.m. and there is not bowl and certainly no chicken in sight. So what can a big dog do about it, but complain and quite audibly at that too? Hungry quickly turns to anger and Max is one “hangry” Great Dane!
You never keep a big dog waiting for his meal; not so much for safety concern, but they will rip the walls of the house, barking and asking where that meal is at! Mom and dad ask for Max’s forgiveness, but not before he gives a high five. That’s their secret handshake, you see. He gives a high five, gets a bit of a treat, then he gives another high five and the bowl full of boiled chicken breasts is served to the man!
But Max should consider himself lucky! After all, he is getting his dinner, although a little late. There are Great Danes who do not because they need to go on a diet. Sirius here gets furious when dinner plans change!
Sirius is now eight years old, but still acts like a puppy, as presented in this video. Since he is now this family’s only dog he has become much more attached to them. He has also become much more demanding in his hilariously assertive way. Watch as he throws an epic temper tantrum over dinner! Hilarious!
The whole dinner and chicken ordeal is something they go through on a daily basis. They had always fed the three dogs in the morning and then again at 4:30 pm. After the other two dogs passed Sirius then began to demand his afternoon meal earlier and earlier. His request for his afternoon meal has gotten more vocal and assertive over time. The video depicts how he acts pretty much anytime owners don't jump up and feed him as soon as they get home. As you can tell both the words "chicken", and "dinner", tend to set him off.
His usual meal actually consists of Blue Buffalo dog food, frozen green beans, pumpkin and of course cooked chicken breast. You can tell of course what his favorite ingredient is. Chicken!! He is actually a very sweet dog and and a delight to have around the house. His coloring is called merle and he weighs one hundred and eighty pounds. He is a big dog but in very good shape and really doesn't need to diet. Sirius lives in Huntsville Alabama with us. Sirius is named after the dog star. He has had some obedience training but his favorite thing to do is eat. As you see in the video he loves chicken.
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