Little Dog Gets Freaked Out By A Big Feather

Our pets all have their own individual personalities. Some can be quite bold and adventurous, others might be a little more timid and shy – some even going as far as being little nervous Nellies. But no matter what, our pets are babies, and we love them no matter what quirks they may have.

Fears are a perfectly natural thing to experience. We all have our fears, including our pets. For the most part, our pets are normally afraid of things like thunderstorms, fireworks, or vacuums. Those are your typical list of fears that terrify dogs. However, the adorable little Ambrosius is afraid of something completely different.

A feather!

While many would think that Ambrosius is scared of everything, that’s actually not true. In fact, this pup is quite the opposite in that he’s not easily frightened. However, for whatever reason, he’s a big scaredy-cat when it came to a large feather.

In the video, he is quite hesitant to approach it and acts quite skittish in its presence. No one knows exactly what is going through his mind, but it definitely can’t be anything good. If only this little pooch could talk in order for us to understand his fears.

The video is not only hilarious to watch, but it also makes us want to scoop him up in our arms and give him a reassuring cuddle. We all have our irrational fears, but Ambrosius may have beat in terms of silliness.

Watch him face off with the feather below:

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