Dog Gets Hysterical When Owner Tries To Steal Her Tongue

6 years ago

It all started with a big yawn and ended with a hysterical melt down! When Mya the Australian Shepherd stuck her tongue out while yawning, her owner jokingly threatened to steal it. It was all fun and games until Mya's eyes opened wide, her chin started to shake and she started crying in fear that her owner was really going to pull her tongue right out of her mouth! Messing around with Mya is a tough thing to do. She takes things to heart more seriously than you might think. Well, threatening to pluck her tongue out of her mouth, sounds threatening as hell. Who wouldn’t be afraid?

At first, the dog has a naive and astonished look in her eyes asking herself what the owner has in her mind until she realizes that it has to do something with the way she yawned and how much she extended his tongue. So, when she realized what is her owner talking about, she starts acting funny. Mya gets the funniest hysterical tantrum in the world of dogs and she can’t stop doing that scared face. She doesn’t find the sound of “I’m gonna get it” very appealing to her ears and she can’t stop shaking her lower jaw. Mya looks like she is freezing cold but she is actually somewhere between afraid and angry. She wants to find a way to defend herself from the demanding hands of her owner, but she somehow couldn’t manage it.

And what is that disconnected barking all about? Is it a warning or a cry for help? Is it her pleading way to tell her to stop all at once? We can’t really know that, nevertheless, Mya’s reaction is hilarious. When she sees that her owner is nowhere near to cut off saying “Give me that tongue”, Mya seeks help from her other owner by turning to him with her sad face. Her cry for help changes into a long high-pitched howl as she starts being fidgety and restless in his owner’s lap. It is obvious that her female owner would not stop demanding for her tongue, so Mya even tries defending herself with her paws. She will do everything in her power just to save herself.

Australian Shepherds are highly intelligent, loyal, and thrive on human companionship. They are at their best when they are engaged in interaction with a person, whether it be walking, running, or fetching, and are the perfect companion for an active family. As long as they are given enough activity and stimulation, they are sweet and loving dogs. Since they require an active lifestyle, they will want to join in everything and anything that is going on around them. When Aussies don’t get enough exercise or don’t have a job to do, they will become bored, which causes them to become destructive and loud. Their high intelligence will often push them toward creating their own activities and jobs. Don’t ever underestimate them, because they can often outsmart you. They are not overly stubborn or spiteful, but can become that way if you don’t give them enough attention or if they get bored.

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