French Bulldog Uses Bathtub To Hide From Annoying Puppy
A hilarious moment is caught on camera when a fed-up Frenchie jumps into the bathtub in order to get away from its pestering puppy. How funny is that?
We have all had those moments when we would do anything to get away from our siblings. Every little brother or sister seems to have a natural ability to pester their older siblings, and this seems true of all species. Take this pair of French Bulldog siblings for example. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to see that the younger puppy just wants to play with his brother, but there is only so much playing to be done and the older dog wants nothing to do with it any longer! In an attempt to get away from the playing, the older Frenchie climbs into the bathtub to seek solitude. Hilarious!
This may be regarded as a fun game of hide and seek by the younger puppy, or it may just seem like a new game of how to climb into the bathtub, either way, the younger dog wants to play! Watch as she jumps and barks at the edge of the tub, begging her brother to come on out and play!
At first glance, we think maybe the older French Bulldog is sleeping in the tub, or maybe just patiently waiting to take a bath. But after a while watching the younger dog barking and standing on its hind legs at the edge of the tub, the older pup starts huffing and puffing as in to say ‘please just leave me alone, I am done playing with you!’. His grumbling resembles an old man who cannot stand the youth of today and just sits on his front porch all day complaining about kids and weather.
He even starts getting extremely irritated by the young pooch barking and starts scratching in the tub. He would do anything to get away from the annoying puppy that won’t stop barking at him, continuously begging him to play.
French Bulldogs are a popular small breed of dogs, bred by combining various breeds of Bulldog ancestors from England in the 1800's. Their popularity has exploded over the years, ranking at 6th as the most popular registered dog breeds in the US in 2015. They were originally bred as a sporting dog until the 1800's, but since blood sports became outlawed in the UK around 1835, French Bulldogs are now bred as a companion breed instead of a blood sport dog.
The French Bulldogs get their stocky, small figures from being cross bred with terriers and sometimes, pugs. They were very popular in France, obtaining their name of "French" Bulldogs. Because they are bred as companion dogs, they need constant contact and attention and are very prone to separation anxiety. Whether it be from their human owners, or their doggie siblings, they need to be in constant company. This is especially the case with the young and adolescent Frenchies. This personality trait is definitely shown to be true in this video as the younger dog begs the older dog for their complete attention. She sure doesn't like being left alone on the other side of the bathtub! Poor thing!