Dobermans are known for their strength, sharpness, and intelligence. However, this Doberman made a lot of people chuckle because it got so scared of a tiny stuffed toy that looked like him!
In the video, the owners of the dog caught him off guard as he was playing with his tennis ball. One of the owners put a Doberman stuffed toy by the doorway and made puppy sounds to scare the huge dog. The huge dog started to bark to try to scare it away but never went near the stuffed toy.
Jessica writes in the comments:
Her reaction is why we love dobermans. When the “enemy” was not moving there was no real threat. What a wonderful girl. They are so intelligent. If anyone knows a good breeder in California, let me know.
Stuffed Toy Steals His Tennis Ball
Later, the stuffed toy seemingly got the dog’s tennis ball and it was furious. However, the Doberman remained in its place and still did not go near the stuffed toy. The stuffed toy was also place in the Doberman’s bed and he attempted a couple of times to get near it. Still, the Doberman just barked and barked and continued to be scared of it.
It is such an adorable video to see a Doberman being scared of a tiny stuffed toy. If you found this funny, share it with your family and friends on Facebook!
Can Doberman Be Scared?
Can doberman be afraid? This question is often asked by owners of these powerful and protective dogs. Unfortunately, some of these dogs are not as mellow as you may think. It can be a combination of a stressful home environment, poor puppy socialization, or breeding practices.
In any case, different methods should be used to deal with different situations. This article will cover the most common causes and treatment for dog fear and anxiety.
The most common symptom of a scared Doberman is an unwillingness to eat. It might be chomping on its food, or he may bite when he does eat. A short-haired Doberman may also display worrying lines on its face. A brow wrinkle is another sign that a dog is worried. If you notice any of these behaviors, take your dog to a vet for evaluation and treatment.
A Doberman might whine. If it’s afraid, it might bark. It may be showing signs of fear or anxiety. Changing its ears can indicate that it’s scared, too. If its ears move back or down, he’s likely reacting to something he doesn’t recognize. If it’s a traumatic event, you may need to seek help from a veterinarian.