Dealing with an aggressive dog with an inferiority complex.

Storm wanted the world to see this video. He’s slightly concerned that he is portrayed badly in the wider community. I tried telling him that this is not true and everybody who knows him thinks he is a vicious killing machine and an effective guard dog.

I ignored the plush toy he was playing with at the time and instead tried to reassure him of his wolf-like tenancies.

After a long discussion we agreed to make this video and put it on YouTube. It’s fake, but Storm doesn’t want you to know. He would hate it if you knew that he was trying his best to act-up for the camera by showing his teeth and growling in an aggressive manner. He also does not want you to know that after I turned off the camera he apologise to his rope toy and felt bad for putting it through so much stress.

He thinks his image is safe and people are fearful of him.

 

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5 thoughts on “Dealing with an aggressive dog with an inferiority complex.

  1. elizasemporium says:

    Well done Storm you have totally convinced me you are a mean vicious killing machine. By the way I had my fingers crossed when I typed this so any lies don’t count.

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