Dogs have very few enemies. Except for the vacuum. No dog that I’ve ever met has liked the vacuum. Most dogs run away when you even bring it out of the closet. They definitely won’t stick around for it to be turned on. 

While most dogs will turn and run whenever they seem a vacuum, there are a few that will face their fears. For the most part, dogs will just stand and bark at the vacuum, eventually running away. But there was one brave little pooch who decided to do more than just bark at the vacuum. When facing his fears, this dog actually decided to go on the attack.

While the video would be hilarious on its own, what made it even better is the fact that the owner managed to catch it all in slow motion. Thanks to the slow-motion setting you can really see just how the boxer dog goes for the vacuum. His expressions are quite pronounced. And it is so clear that he’s trying his best to defeat his nemesis.

Watch the video in all its slow motion glory below:

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