Puppy Tries To Shush His Dad After They Get Into An Argument

Yesterday was Father’s Day. People everywhere celebrated their fathers. Dads are our protectors, they’re our best friends, and from time to time, they’re the ones who have to be the voice of reason. As adults, we might have great relationships with our fathers, but as adolescents, the relationships were probably a little more strained.  

And human kids aren’t the only ones who occasionally butt heads with dear old Dad. If you look at the animal kingdom, there are plenty of furry fathers at odds with their growing children. Fortunately for us, one dog owner managed to film a father-child argument between a Frenchie and his pup.

In the hilarious video, the father is laying on a couch with his kid. The little pup is trying to get his dad’s attention and continually plays around with him. The dad indulges him but then wants to put an end to the play. The doggie dad lets out a couple of warning growls as though to say, “Alright calm down.” But the puppy won’t let it go. 

The diligent dad continues to patiently go back and forth with his kid. But then when the pup begins to yell at him, Dad has to put some manners on him. Clearly there is no room for sass in that family.

Watch the adorable footage below:


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