Pit Bull Gets Jealous Of The iPad And Just Wants To Play With Her Brother

Pit bulls get a bad rap for being these vicious monsters who will happily attack at a moment’s notice. But anyone who has ever been fortunate to own a pit bull knows that these are vicious lies. Pit bulls are actually quite gentle and sweet-natured dogs. In fact, they make wonderful pets since many of them are gentle giants.

And one sweet pup, a pit bull named Gemma, was just a complete pile of lovey dovey goo – all she wanted was her owner to give her undivided attention. Gemma is quite insistent that her human companion, Elliott, stop playing games on the family iPad. In the video, she works so hard to make Elliott pay attention to her.

Of course, it’s a little hard to focus and concentrate on a screen with a little pit bull constantly licking your face – but that is exactly what Elliot was facing when his buddy, Gemma, wouldn’t leave him alone.

Clearly there are worst things to get distracted by. Watch the adorable video below:

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