Good Dog Saves Its Human From Vacuum Monster Attack!
By - Stitchpool626
THIS IS WHAT I WARNED YOU ABOUT, CARL!
I KNEW THIS DAY WOULD COME!!!
JUST AS THE SCROLLS FORETOLD!!
JUST LIKE THE GYPSY WOMAN SAID
You have GOT to stop going to her.
YOU’RE NOT MY SUPERVISOR!
I AM THE TAX MAN
Omg but what if I have super powers?!
Idk, use them for good?
But it came with a free Frogurt!
Unfortunately the Frogurt was cursed.
But it's the chocolate peanut butter swirl flavor!
JUST LIKE THE CLEAR BALL SHOWED
DONT RECITE THE DEEP MAGIC TO ME WITCH I WAS THERE WHEN IT WAS WRITTEN
I just cried laughing from this 😭🤣
..and this is where I lost it
Carl, that kills people!
oh, i am aware
Why are there only white baby hands Carl?
IT KEEPS HAPPENING
CARL! THAT KILLS PEOPLE!!!
This would be my dog’s reaction. 1000%.
My cat: "Dibs on his eyeballs once he's gone."
My cat: Everybody run away, looks back running away, "Sorry buddy, we wanted the canned food everyday!"
I named my new puppy Carl. Greatest name ever.
I love the little bark at the end like "don't scare me like that."
Same. Tho to me it’s a “AND STAY DOWN!” bark.”
“Not in MY house…”
“Not up in here!”
Are you fucking with me because it says that this video doesn’t have any sound
I think he's referring to the visual - it "looks" like he barks at the end
That makes more sense. I was like, *I want to hear the barky*
“And stay down!”
*Me angrily hitting the sound button*
🤣🤣🤣🤣 deadass same
It's funny, there's whole sub dedicated to how dramatic/talkative huskies are, but no one ever talks about how dramatic and talkative GSDs are. Drama queens the whole lot of em.
I have a GSD/Husky mix. She serves looks all day (judgemental GSD side) and then gives out little awoos at night (husky side). Best dog, really ended up with a lot of the good characteristics of both breeds and almost none of the bad ones.
But there is drama 😂
I grew up with german shepards, always loved the way they tilt their head all the time and just stare at you like "wtf does this kid want me to do? I'm not taking part in any of this" "wait is that food? I'm coming!"
My dog is hard as nails but goddamn she the most dramatic animal I have ever owned. Working line GSD.
Lmao My old German shepherd is so dramatic. You could graze her toes or just step near them and she'll welp like she was hit. Meanwhile she won't get up from walkways and will just lay there for you to walk over top of her...
"Don't let your guard down yet!"
There's sound ?
Reddit app is trash unfortunately. I had no idea how much sound I was missing out on.
Does this specific one have sound? I don't see the audio icon over at giphy.
I hope I have not been missing out too.
No sound, the volume icon is greyed out and it gives me a message that there’s no sound if I try it.
"Don't start somethin' there won't be nothin!"
That sounds a lot like "I saved your life! Where's my cookie!" to me.
Put his own life on the line with that one.. Certainly there are puddles of courage where ever this pup saunters
“Dammit Dave. I *TOLD* you it was a snake!”
"Now go clean up my puddle of courage."
What an absolute legend for overcoming his fears to protect his homie
Reminds me of that reposted story (from tumbler?) about the dog who would stand between the vacuum and the new baby shaking in fear, but protecting his new human from the monster.
That dog is a legend.
It's a bichon frise. We have one. Actually he has us. We are crazy about him. Such a sweet and fun breed.
And its owners are kinda assholes tbh...
Dog is so terrified but would lie down in front of the baby to separate it from what it perceives as a mortal threat. It can hear the engines whirring on that vacuum in a way we can never perceive - it probably sounds like a hyperbolized demon to something that can hear outside human range.
Owners don't try healthy desensitizing training, instead go for it turning it on and off and filming the reaction. Yeah I'd go with assholes.
Owner in the OP video is training their German shepherd to attack - with teeth - anything that the dog judges to be suspect and setting the bar very low.
I'm a vet assistant. These are the dogs people blame us for not being able to handle.
Damn, those comments are so toxic the owners posted an edit. YouTube comments are such cancer, I swear.
reddit has it's fair shair of cancerous comments, even on innocuous posts, usually because of hateful comments against the person's gender, religion, or race. Also, if you read her comment it was people worried about having a dog so close to a newborn.
I love when couples who adopt a dog first and then have a human child refer to the dog and child as siblings
My mom has a 10 y/o mutt and refers to us as sisters. I'm 34 and live with my SO.
My mom adopted a dachshund because we shared the same birthday and for 12 years now we share a candles on a birthday cake and my mom makes cake he can have too.
Also on a side note I hold him while everyone sings us happy birthday and I truly believe he believes it's all about him. I'm okay with letting him believe it's all about him too.
> I truly believe he believes it's all about him.
Have you ever checked with your family to make sure the dog is wrong? 😊
Every dog deserves their day! His face while everyone singing is priceless. It is the best part of my birthday.
Edit: OUR birthday
This is too fuckin sweet, bless you both
"Good news! Your sister learned to take a dump outside!!!"
I have a senior dog who is in her twilight at 14 years old. She was never interested in my kids when she was young (too playful and independent ), but now she has bonded with my 12 year old son in a deep way. They spend tons of time together and my old dog always sleeps in the hall right in front of his door like she is guarding him
I adopted a kitten right before I had my daughter. Suffice it to say, my daughter has a big sistercat.
If there's nobody around but me and him my dog flees in terror and hides from the lawnmower. If my two year old or four year old are there he has to keep himself between the mower and them at all times. He's a good dog.
So... Gotta make sure you got a baby around you cause that dog is gonna ditch your ass at the first sign of trouble
Perfect example of courage. Courage is being afraid and still doing what's right
God dammit I fucking love dogs.
>Reminds me of that reposted story (from tumbler?) about the dog who would stand between the vacuum and the new baby shaking in fear, but protecting his new human from the monster.
My roommate had this dog while we were in college. It really was a great dog, but it wasn't raised properly. It became **super** protective of our friend group and any time we had people over for a party or whatever the dog would end up biting someone so we had to get rid of it. We gave the dog to this guy who had a wife and a kid and lived on a farm. We thought hey this is perfect.
The guy sends us an email a few days later talking about how great the dog is and how his daughter is so in love with the dog and they're inseparable, how they sleep in the same room at night. It was super cute.
Then about a week later he sends us another email. Apparently the dog had barricaded the daughter and himself in the daughters room and refused to let her leave the room, and bit anyone that tried to enter the room. The wife was now scared shitless of the dog and they had to take him to the pound.
This story has everything.
That poor pupper.... doesn't deserve to lose his life because his humans failed him....
Yea, like just put the dog away when you have a party wtf.
I love the initial "WHAT DO I DO I CAN'T GO IN THERE" shuffle haha.
Truly the goodest of all boys.
Do we deserve such loyal companions?
It’s funny now. Not so much the day you leave the vacuum out of the closet and come home to find that the dog killed it to protect the family from future attacks
People have studied the psychology behind why a dog does what it does when you use the vacuum. When dogs show aggression while you’re using the vacuum dogs think you’re fighting an intruder or some form of unwanted creature. Dogs, though stupid, are 100% loyal and I love them.
We are not allowed to use nerf guns in the house or do sword battles. I’m the head of the household, but the dog has decreed it to be so. So I get you.
Our old dog would absolutely go bonkers if you even held a gun shaped object like you were about to shoot it, he passed away in 2018 I miss dusty, our current dog Sasha goes insane and goes long because I bought her one of those nerf tennis ball launchers and she thinks every gun will shoot a ball for her to chase
Well that's fucking adorable. Sorry you lost one buddy, but glad you found another great one!
When I was a kid we had an old English sheepdog that would protect my brother and I from cap guns. If we had the cap guns and were shooting our friends it was ok, but if someone else had one and was shooting us she's lose her mind on them and protect us. I haven't thought about her in years... She was such a good dog.
I lived in a house full of people many sleeps ago and there was a border collie who was... a bit of a derp. He did his job exceptionally well, except that he exclusively herded small children and sometimes stuffed toys. Stories are true, they're WAY smarter than we think. He also had no concept of personal space. Anyhow, he hated dancing for whatever fucking reason. Talking to each other closely? Calm. Holding hands? On guard, but calm. Hugging? On thin fucking ice, he will hover right at your feet and stare into your eyes with laser beam focus.
My parent's aussie is totally part of the hug police. Haven't tried dancing. She'd probably lose it.
Best and worst decision I ever made was getting a nerf ball launcher for my lab. Made my ball throwing life easier, but the rest of my life harder. My kids can’t play with nerf guns or squirt guns anymore or he losses his mind. He has pushed my kids over trying to “get” the ball out of the end of the nerf guns.
No playing catch in the house and or yard or you must share. Dem the rules
Why does my sister’s dog attack the ironing board every time she gets it out?
Have they recently had any financial dealing or perhaps a lover’s quarrel?
Wait, dogs understand finance?
Sure it was the dog that bought all those SPY puts that expired worthless, not me.
Yep dogs hate it when you take out a loan
[click here to find out why](https://youtu.be/dQw4w9WgXcQ)
wow this was very informative
My parents' dog is absolutely terrified of mail. Like you put a letter through the letterbox and she just starts shaking uncontrollably and bark at it.
I've heard of the same trick but petting and gently talking to the vacuum. Scolding the vacuum could potentially make the dog think it *is* doing something wrong, and so it could still be anxiety inducing up to the point where it finally sees the vacuum put in it's place, whereas petting it shows that it's part of the family so to speak.
Exactly. The last thing I need is to give my dog a reason to destroy in the name of protec.
In the name of the protec, the attac, and the good boi snac, amen.
Upvoted for scream-snake
Yeah, it may be cute now…not so cute when the dog destroys the vacuum.
Or, heaven forbid, if it generalizes ANYTHING could be a threat and attacks accordingly.
You don’t want to give mixed signals to a guard breeding like a GSD.
Source: Own GSDs
Yup. There's a lot of awful advice in this thread and people making light of bad behavior.
GSDs are a working breed. They need to be trained and cared for as such. If people want a dog that they can just stick in their house and be a beginner dog parent to, get a Maltese.
Yes. And then when/if that dog hurts someone, the dog and breed will be blamed, not the owner.
GSDs already have a bad rep because people don’t care for them properly nor take proper precautions to ensure all their needs are met.
Like, a large working breed like that needs exercise (walks don’t count), mental stimulation (more than just a Kong), and strict boundaries and rules. They require a large commitment and strong owner/handle.
For example, for my working line GSD I put him on the treadmill at a trot for an hour each day (during my morning routine before work), work him in obedience and scent detection after work, and take him for an hour walk after supper. And even then it still doesn’t feel like enough. These are dogs bred to work - boredom in these breeds more often than not leads to neurotic behaviour.
Extremely likely. And upon seeing the bloodless remains, its rage and bloodthirst not quelled, the beast will turn its fangs to its next prey, until warm blood flows...
It's not a chihuahua, don't worry.
My dog ran up and tore pieces off of our expensive Dyson vacuum once. She was biting the plastic and going hard.
"I knew that thing was evil"
I’d imagine my dog would piss herself and run away :( she’s not very brave
Mine would probably accept the vacuum as their new leader and food giver, and cast me aside.
They can’t all be hero’s, but we love them much the same.
She's calling for aid!
And Rohan will answer
My dog would make a Tik Tok and show other dogs
I thought that until the day I was tickling my wife and my dog lunged across the room, grabbed my arm in her mouth, and pulled me away.
She looked terrified, thinking she was going to be punished, but still had to protect my wife.
Never been more proud of that little girl.
I don't know, sometimes the dogs that look like cowards are just too smart to be tricked, they just know you are messing around. Likewise, sometimes the "brave" dogs are called that because they act when you're playing but would run away if shit got real. Dogs are just generally smarter than we think, imo.
First thing good doggo thought after its human was so viciously attacked, "I FUCKING KNEW IT!!!"
Every bark after the heroic save was probably "Be careful, man. C'mon."
It is like when you are half scared, half mad and all hopped up on adrenaline after your kid nearly kills themself.
“Shit, shit, I knew this day would come! I warned you Jimmy, but did you listen?!”
The cats would just watch me die…
And then begin to eat you. It’s weird that house cats do that.
To be fair, dogs would probably do it too if they were trapped with your dead body for a few days.
Yep. They’ll do it too. I actually remember a TIFU (Or something on another sub) about a woman who was paralyzed from the waist down and had no feeling in her lowers body and her dog ate a part of her foot.
"Oh- sorry, I thought you weren't using it."
I mean to be fair she wasn't
fucking *cursed* lmfao
Yup, dogs will eat you too. They just wait longer. According to something I read, on average, cats wait 2 days and dogs wait a week.
Isn't the meat spoiled after a week? I mean by then you are rotting, depending on temperature.
Oh for sure, but I imagine that a starving dog who hasn’t been fed or let out or whatever during the week you’ve been dead doesn’t have many options.
Rotten garbage is a delicacy for dogs, I don't think that's going to stop them.
Cats and dogs shorter digestive tracts means they can eat decaying food that would poison us. Most animals will still avoid putrid meat but if they are faced with death, they can do it.
I kinda hope for it. Instead of rotting away uselessly in an expensive single-use piece of underground furniture, I could become a treat to one of my best friends. Some could be made into steaks, some as treats, meatballs, long bones could be used as toys, etc.
Apparently a dog would [several days](https://www.huffpost.com/entry/cats-facts-jerks_n_4520552) before eating you while a cat would only wait a day or two.
[hmmm.... not accordingly this article.](https://bigthink.com/sex-relationships/ever-wonder-if-your-beloved-dog-or-cat-would-eat-you-if-you-died/) the one you shared seems to be written by someone who straight up hates cats.
Dogs will too. And it's not weird, they're trapped and hungry. Many people would probably do it too if they had no food.
Everything that needs to eat will do it. Cats, dogs, other humans given enough time.
“The first thing a starving beast devours is its own heart.”
A woman was eaten by her cats in the room next to mine in the house I live in now. She was an old woman named Francis and she just unfortunately died with the door closed.
If I died in my apartment, like a rat in a cage. Would the neighbors smell the corpse before the cat ate my face?
THIS NEEDS SOOOUUUNNNDDD
I'm just realizing I said that in a gifs sub....
This is how you come home to a destroyed vacuum.
Probably not the best idea to train the dog to hate the vacuum even more.
Ah, I love this so much: at the start, it looks like the doggo is leery of the vacuum, as the vacuum is the natural enemy of the doggo.
But the moment the evil vacuum turns on his human, BAM!, the pup finds his courage and attacks that Dyson hellspawn!
Everyone should have a doggo, and every doggo should have a good human.
What happened to the version of this already posted today with audio?
Give us the better version if you are going to duplicate post.
There is a version of it with sound I posted to r/PeopleFuckingDying [HERE](https://www.reddit.com/r/PeopleFuckingDying/comments/qbe05l/good_dog_saves_its_human_from_vacuum_monster/).
Yea, so I originally only posted this in r/AnimalsBeingBros (with sound) and it got removed...even though it had gotten a few thousand upvotes in just a couple hours. They suggested I post it in r/Eyebleach, but they dont allow videos to be uploaded. Only images. So...same thing as here.
A lot of subs are so picky about what they allow its crazy. And I have a little PTSD from posting in subs im not super familiar with because ive been perma-banned from a couple of big subs now after my 1st post that didnt "fit".
there are s some sheisty mods around. I have gotten banned from subs I don't even visit, for commenting on a controversial topic ( to them I guess) in completely unrelated subs....
I just get a message I'm banned lol!
"Careful, human. That thing makes scary noises! I shall protect you!"
Are you going to get rid of that killer machine now?
I had to watch this a few times before I could pay attention to the dog...
Was looking for these comments. He’s fucking gorgeous. The pup too :)
There's a whole lot of thirst in this thread
Shocked I had to scroll this far
I know, he’s gorgeous isn’t he? The man, I mean, lol.
I wish I was that vacuum
The boy who cried wolf... One day when his hoover is really trying to turn him to slush his dog will just sit there and do nothing!
That’s a handsome man
Be careful. Those things will rip your dick off.
And THIS is how you dog learns to bark and bite at your vacuum for the rest of its life. Trust me it gets old quick.
I’d love to be the hose
Edit: [Here's the link because the bot mailed it 😅](https://redditsave.com/info?url=/r/gifs/comments/qbf1ue/good_dog_saves_its_human_from_vacuum_monster/)
I have a Shiba Inu, he would have been helping the vacuum.
My dog once tried to “save” me from the vacuum. He missed the hose and got me leg.
Love the little 'yeah that's right bark' at the end.
He always knew the vacuum would betray them!
Good job. Now the dog will chew on the pipe when he is bored.
Seems like a great way to give a dog a justifiable life long fear of vacuums.
In that brief moment, an entire lifetime of being afraid of the vacuum cleaner was totally validated.
All fun and games until the dog catches that damn vacuum unawares and murders it spectacularly. Is the dog good or bad then?
“Leave the sucking to me😉”
Lol, my dog hates the vacuum and he’ll try to bite the hose, nozzle AND main vacuum part (even though all three are too big for his terrier-sized mouth lol)
I like how the dog barks at it as he puts it away liked “yeah, and stay out!” Lol
"Yo Jason, just be careful, ok? I'm watching you, so you know, you'll be alright, just JASON OMG I'M COMING! I'LL SAVE YOU! I'LL GET IT OFF YOU! OH. Oh, it was a joke, huh? Yeah, really funny. You jerk. I'll fucking destroy that thing, I swear to God."
Don’t encourage aggressive behavior…
I’m sorry to say I know second hand what it does to a dog after a while.
As a dog groomer, thank you for recognizing that this is encouraging behavioral issues. Stuff like this and "bite the water from the hose!" makes me cringe because I know how difficult it makes my job when they come in.
And I know first hand fucking around and playing with your dog doesn’t make it an aggressive psycho dog.
"Don't do anything, ever" - that one loser in every Reddit thread
Especially if it involves dogs
I make sure to never touch or look at my dog for fear of what hell it will unleash
Honestly I assumed this is an instinct kicking in where the dog probably is in the same mindset as a dog that would be prying a snake off its owner, not random aggression
I wanna save that hottie too 🤤
I protect my daddy!
Obviously staged. /s
I like how the dog just dances in place all surprised for a second
That’s a brave dog, all dogs hate vacuum cleaners ya know?
Upvote because pocket Thor