Pomeranian Howls In Protest When Owner Leaves Car
We all know that dogs sometimes can be a little bit dramatic. Some dogs love to cause scenes and make every moment exciting. You are probably asking yourself right now, "How can dogs be dramatic?" but luckily we have precisely the right video to show you how dramatic dogs can be.
Pomeranians are known to have the throne for 'Drama Queens' or Kings, and this video is proof for that. This puppy is hilariously complaining that his owner went shopping without him. Hysterical! Mischka the Pomeranian loves causing scenes and drama and complains about stuff and we are absolutely here for this! By the way, such a small dog, such a strong and loud voice, wow!
Every breed comes with tons of amazing and positive qualities, such as companionship, lots of fun and unconditional love. However, somewhere in their friendly attitude, there is some dramatic flare in them. It doesn't matter if the dog is a big as a Great Dane or small like a Pomeranian, prominent personalities run in big and small dogs.
Pomeranians may be small, but they can be very mighty. Also, they are quite vocal and often bark when there is nothing to bark about. You might state they're "barking just to listen to the racket of their voice!" That might be just the perfect explanation for this pup's big personality and loud voice.
However, they are very lovable dogs, and what makes them even unique is that they are very social and love to keep an eye on every member of the family. The barking comes when they feel something is not right and sometimes for no reason at all.
They are also called 'Drama Queens' because they tend to act and react over every little thing. Just like Mischka here, probably his owner will be back less than 10 min, but nope, he has to make a scene from this.
Just like humans, dogs have their own unique personalities. But, the fun part of it that you can watch your dog being adorable, theatrical and still love them to pieces. If you think that your dog is dramatic, don't forget that will proper training you can teach them how to control that.
But, our advice is to let them be who they are, let them be the life of the party, let them wear the invisible crowns and share their drama with the world. After all, they deserve all the love and attention they can get!