Overly-Dramatic Pit Bull ‘Faints’ To Avoid Having Her Nails Trimmed

All dogs have their own personalities, which means they all come with their quirks. And this precious little Pit Bull is the definition of extra when then it comes to getting her nails trimmed.

Source: Reddit/u/_NITRISS_The clippers approach.

In a video that has since gone viral, you can see the dog gearing up for a dramatic performance. Her owner approaches with the nail clippers, and you can see the dog choosing to ignore the owner. Then, she’s very reluctant to lift up her paw.

Source: Reddit/u/_NITRISS_The Pit Bull reluctantly lifts her paw.

While there is nothing to be fearful of when trimming nails, it doesn’t look like there is any convincing this little Pit Bull.

When her owner begins the grooming process, this girl does her does her fainting impression with an Oscar-worthy performance and falls flat on her back.

Source: Reddit/u/_NITRISS_A dramatic fall.

She doesn’t yelp or whine or anything – it’s just pure mimicry. And we are living for it!

The lengths that this dog will go to avoid having her nails trimmed is hilarious!

Source: Reddit/u/_NITRISS_The dog pretends to faint.

Even when she “faints,” this Pit Bull still keeps her eyes open, almost as if she’s trying to serve a little side eye as well.

Source: Reddit/u/_NITRISS_The star of the show.

Check out the hilarious video below with this dog’s dramatic performance:

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