Tiny Chihuahua Puppy Adorably Teases Sleeping Dog That’s 20 Times His Size

Most people think that big dogs are feisty, but in reality, most of them are gentle giants who don’t realize how big they really are, and are often afraid of their own shadows. And most dog owners know that it’s the little dogs who’ve got the real attitude problem. In fact, most small dogs are the complete opposite in that they don’t realize just how little they really are.

But regardless of the size dynamics, it’s always cute to watch big and little dogs interact with one another – especially if one of them is a puppy. And one owner caught a very sweet moment between an American bulldog and a little Chihuahua puppy.

The little puppy is, of course, being a puppy which means he’s making friends. And this gentle bulldog lets the pup use his tail as a chew toy. That is truly some major patience.

And it doesn’t just stop there, the bulldog also lets the little puppy climb all over his face. He occasionally nudges the pup if he’s getting too rough, but for the most part, he shows a great deal of patience and care by letting the puppy play around.

It is absolutely adorable to watch as the bulldog patiently plays around with the tiny puppy. Dogs are such wonderful animals. They make the best pets and best friends.

Watch the video below, it’s sure to make you smile:

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