Great Dane Puppy Goes Wild And Runs Through The Newly Planted Garden

When lockdown hit, many of us had to find alternative means of keeping busy. We all became bakers, DIY artists, and gardeners. For one couple, Dave and Kristy, they decided that the pandemic was the perfect time to transform their field into a vegetable garden. They threw themselves into their gardening efforts. 

But it wasn’t just the couple who were getting into the gardening spirit. Dave and Kristy had some help from their ten-month-old Great Dane puppy, Raven. However, the well-intentioned pup wasn’t exactly “helpful.”

The energetic pup was full of energy and so she started running around the yard doing zoomies. This meant that the fragile plants sowed by the couple were getting trampled left and right by the massive girl. The couple watched in horror as their tomatoes, potatoes, and squash plants were stepped on by the thundering Great Dane.

Having to do something to stop the insanity, Kristy scolded Raven by spritzing her with the hose. Her plan didn’t quite work out. Instead of being put off by the hose, Raven took it as encouragement to continue playing – and the pooch played that much harder too.

Although she’s systematically destroying a garden, she definitely had fun doing it. Watch Raven’s gallivanting below:

Even when they’re being annoying little brats our pups are the absolute best. What do you think of Raven’s antics? Have you had similar experiences while trying to garden? Let us know?

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