Angry Great Dane Gets Furious When Dinner Plans Change
This is the hilarious moment a spoiled Great Dane pooch throws epic temper tantrum at owner over dinner. Watch as the gigantic canine starts whining and begging for chicken. Hilarious!
This family has had Great Danes for many years, as they find them incredibly intelligent, with a sweet disposition. The cartoon dog Scooby Doo is a very good representation of this breed of dog. This owner previously had 3 Great Danes. Fenway was the first, and when he was four years old they got the two pups, Apollo, and Sirius. The three of them played together all day long, running around the yard and wrestling in the living room of our house, but unfortunately lost both Fenway and Apollo three years ago to bone cancer and a brain tumor. Sirius at the time butted heads with Fenway the older dog as Sirius being younger was also an alpha dog, and Apollo was the referee.
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.
Funny thing is that this family goes through this routine pretty much every day. He will start harassing owners earlier and earlier for his dinner, and they can only put him off for a little while before he starts staring at them. Then comes the pacing back and forth looking out the door and then at his humans. If that doesn't get him his dinner he then starts to whine. He might come up and put his head in your lap to make you feel sorry for him. He now gets more vocal . He might even start to crawl on top of you and then bark in your face. He knows at this point you won't be able to ignore him any longer so he gets his way. If you say any of the words he associates with food it is game on.
Saying chicken or dinner is all it takes for an all out frenzy. He also knows "cookie" , "night night" and "pee pee". His other favorite is "moo moo". Moo Moo is a stuffed cow he likes to play with. He carries it everywhere with him. He tries to get the squeakers out and then he shreds it. He will also play a game with us to try to take his Moo Moo outside when he knows he is not allowed. He runs to the door with it and if owners see he has it and say "Drop It" he will. He has gotten it out a couple times.
In addition, owners stockpile these as he goes through them pretty often. As you see he is beloved and gets whatever he desires. He is spoiled indeed. Even though this family has had many Great Danes, Sirius is by far the most vocal and has gotten even more so since his brothers have passed away. He is a sweetheart that has no idea of his size. He thinks he's a lapdog and is afraid of his own shadow. He also despises the garage truck and will stand at the front door and growl at it. Despite of his size, we don't think he would ever hurt a fly.
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