Grumpy Dog Gets Angry When His Owner Doesn’t Throw His Toy

A truly bizarre video from Cainta, Rizal in the Philippines has people laughing at how hilarious one dog’s grumpy face is.

The dog in question, Cooper, is known by his family as being very playful. There is nothing that he loves more than getting into a good game of fetch with his toy. However, during this particular video, his family tried something different. Instead of indulging the pup in a game of fetch, the teased him relentlessly by not throwing his toy. Instead, they just squeaked it repeatedly.

We can understand how that would be quite annoying for the little dog – and his face clearly conveyed his annoyance. Little Cooper was seen in the video looking very, very grumpy as he reacted to the squeaking of his favorite toy.

The results were quite funny, as it ended up looking like the little pooch had squeaky hiccups. You can’t beat this kind of humor.

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