We have seen human Dads get over protective about their daughters. Remember “Father of the Bride?” But have you ever heard of the phrase daddy’s dog? Well this video will let you know what that looks like! The video has well over18,246,735 views!!!!
Peggy writes in the comments:
This is so so precious I never seen a Male or mama dog do that. This proud dad really loves his baby daughter.
An overprotective daddy dog was videoed a couple of times not letting anyone go near his daughter. It is such precious to see the daddy dog protecting his little pup! At one point in the video, the father dog even covers his daughter’s face so that no one else can see her.
In another part of the video, when a human asks for the puppy’s paw, the father dog gives his paws instead. It is hilarious and sweet to watch seeing how the daddy dog makes sure his daughter doesn’t get touched or hurt by anyone. It is as if the daddy dog says, “Keep your hands off my daughter!”
If you are a father to a loving daughter, you will definitely understand the daddy dog’s sentiments. We have to admit that it’s amazing and cute to watch. This proves the belief that animals are as protective, or even more, than humans towards their babies.
We wish both of them a wonderful life ahead!
How to Handle a Overprotective Dog
Overprotective dogs are hard to train and can cause serious problems in the home. The key to dealing with this problem is early training and establishing boundaries. It is not always possible to change a stubborn, aggressive dog, but you can change the way it responds to certain situations.
This type of behavior can be avoided if you take the lead in the training process. It may take time and commitment, but with commitment, you can change your dog’s behavior.
If your overprotective dog growls, bites or barks every time someone comes near him, it might be time for you to take matters into your own hands. While your dog may think the other person is trying to steal your attention, this is not the best way to handle an overprotective dog.
Nevertheless, it’s a temporary management option and won’t take long to change. Overprotective dogs protect the person they feel closest to. It may be a family member or a new puppy, which makes the dog more protective.
Try not to show affection to each other when you’re alone as the other person might think you’re stealing his attention. You can encourage your dog to trust other people by giving them lots of affection. In turn, they’ll begin to see you as a safe place to spend time with.