Tiny Puppy Challenges Much Larger Doberman Dog

Everyone loves the story of an underdog. It’s something that we can all relate to – we’ve all been the underdogs at some point in our lives before. And perhaps what we love most about the underdog story is that they never give up. They have a spark in them that makes them keep on going. 

And in a video, there is something similar in the way that a small Doberman puppy shows no fear while playing with a full-grown adult Doberman. She’s a real-life underdog! And it’s so cute to watch.

The Doberman puppy, known as Kyra, is having fun playing with Boss. The two of them are having a total ball playing around in the backyard. Of course, Boss is a lot larger than Kyra, and easily able to best her in all their games. However, he seems pretty thrilled about playing with a mini-me version of himself. But the large dog is by no means there to clobber the little puppy, he just wants to have fun.

But it’s Kyra that seems determined to win. She has absolutely no fear of the larger playmate, getting in there and happily roughhousing like the best of them. Clearly, this little pup has got a much bigger personality than her size. And given Boss’s patience and gentleness with her, there is no doubt that he’s going to be a loving big brother with her. 

Watch their games in the video below:

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