Tiny puppy shows no fear whatsoever of giant Newfoundland

Published August 30, 2020 8,957 Views

Rumble / Dogs & PuppiesLittle Rambo, a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel has no fear of his giant brother Samson the Newfoundland. Although Samson is huge and sounds very scary, Rambo somehow knows that he is a big bundle of love and fun. These two are starting a special friendship.


  • amethyst_ninjapaws, 2 weeks ago

    Hi there. I know you told Samson not to bark at his brother, but I wanted to let you know that Samson was excited in this video. He was "laughing" and had a very relaxed posture. He gave his little brother multiple play signals. In otherwords, Samson was happy and excited to see this new little puppy and he was trying to play with him. The bark was part of play. It wasn't made in annoyance. Rambo was doing what every puppy does: He was trying to prove to the larger dog that he wasn't a threat. That's what all that lip-licking was. He was trying to make sure that Samson knew that he was harmless. I'd say they are going to do just fine together. :-) For more information on how to read dog body language, I highly recommend the IAABC'S dog training manual. Everything I know about dog body language, I learned from one of their certified animal behavorists.

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    • brenmichelle, 2 weeks ago

      Oh yes I know, if you noticed, he barked again and I ignored it. I just talk to Samson like a person, he gets me and knows I wasn’t scolding him....which is why he barked again right after I said that.🤣

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