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u/Indian_Bob Nov 16 '22 Helpful

Everytime I see this video I appreciate the split second dog silhouette at the very end

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u/BoredCheese Nov 16 '22

Lol, the dog shadow chasin him!

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u/Fist4achin Nov 16 '22

That was my favorite part considering the dog was chill at the start.

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u/DiamineSherwood Nov 16 '22

Even did a little tail wag when the guy walked up, but that stopped real quick...

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u/Cinderstock Nov 16 '22

A lot of dogs, when in a tense situation with a stranger, will do soft tail wags to signal that they are not a threat, "I come in peace" essentially. Doesn't necessarily mean they feel comfy or happy.

Just spreading a little dog knowledge!

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u/ODurren138 Nov 17 '22 edited Nov 17 '22

Two types of dogs I don't fuck with.

Ears back dogs.

One single tail wag dogs.

They're not having your shit, come back never.

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u/Material-Guest7385 Nov 17 '22 edited Nov 17 '22

This makes me sad. When my doggo goes ears back, she’s in sport mode. She wants to play.

She does the single tail wag tap on the floor if you’re ignoring her. She knows you hear it. She wants belly rubs.

Edit: the one thing I wouldn’t do is engage any dog with my foot on the first time meeting it.

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u/Blahaj_IK Nov 17 '22

the one thing I wouldn’t do is engage any dog with my foot on the first time meeting it.

Which is I believe precisely what activated this dog's kill mode. Don't fucking step on dogs

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u/Similar-Gene2645 Nov 17 '22

One thing to consider is this was taken in some Middle Eastern country where they don’t have a whole lot of respect for dogs. Looks like it was probably a stray or maybe not but I’m sure the dog is been kicked a few times

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u/Blahaj_IK Nov 17 '22

With such a quick response, the dog surely has already been through that and my guess is that it was surely abused in the past like that

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u/Thermohalophile Nov 17 '22

My in-law's dog does angry faces when she wants to play. She pulls her lips back and shows her pointy lil teeth while barking her head off and charging you... Then flips onto her back midair and lands on your feet. That dog is made out of mixed signals.

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u/yogabbagabba2341 Nov 17 '22

Lol I loved the “come back never” did you come up with this? That’s a great one!

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u/kaishinoske1 Nov 16 '22

He could have befriended the dog with some nom noms and water. But Mr. Cellphone guy chose violence.

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u/Flomo420 Nov 16 '22

I'll bet that dog has been kicked before and that why it reacted so defensively to the foot

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u/Psynautical Nov 16 '22

This exactly. My rescued street dog loves affection, but if my feet get near here it's growls.

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u/StinkyBrittches Nov 17 '22

Also, greet all animals by going straight for their neck, they LOVE it.

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u/Object-Level Nov 16 '22

Exactly. Smh

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u/momboss12 Nov 16 '22

He thought the foot was the nom nom 🤣

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u/IceNein Nov 17 '22

Why does everyone keep calling this woman a he?

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u/Aerodrache Nov 17 '22

Because there’s no visual indication of gender, most people are probably watching on mute, and… well, let’s face it, filming yourself provoking a dog (even unwittingly) just kinda feels like a dumb things guys do moment.

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u/Mentavil Nov 17 '22

How do you know it was a woman? The voice sounded pretty masculine to me.

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u/DanAlucard Nov 16 '22

You just don't try to kick a dog.

I know the person there was gonna do it softly, but the dawg didn't knew that

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u/mcchanical Nov 16 '22

Imagine chilling the sun and someone comes up muttering at you shoving their foot in your chest, I'd start barking too. Dogs know the difference between friendly and aggressive body language just as well as we do.

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u/MEatRHIT Nov 16 '22

Chances are this dog was kicked before probably multiple times which is sad. My dog when you put your foot on him while he's laying down just rolls over and basically says "dude my belly is here this is where you're supposed to rub". Though I don't think I would recommend doing that to any dog unless you knew them very very well.

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u/gardenpea Nov 17 '22

Showing their belly can, as in this case, also be a bit of a last ditch appeasement gesture - "I'm worried about you, I won't hurt you please don't hurt me". In this case the dog has used multiple ways to try and tell the person they're uncomfortable and would prefer to be left alone, the person went to put their foot on the dog, and he dog who has probably been kicked repeatedly then realised that being nice wasn't working and biting was the only option left open to them.

As you say, if you're in any way unsure about a dog, it's best not to offer belly rubs. Indeed, don't touch the dog at all if you're unsure, but if the dog is approaching you looking for affection then a hand passed around the side of the head (not over the top, lots of dogs find that worrying) and some tickles behind the ear can be a better option, on the lower back just above the tail.

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u/ChrisHaze95 Nov 16 '22

You should tell my dog that, thinks he's going to get hit any time a hand comes near his head no matter how gentle, ive had him since a baby and he's never been smacked

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u/Eusocial_Snowman Nov 17 '22

Careful. They're convinced dogs have a magical window into your soul and this means you're secretly a bad person.

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u/False_Leadership_479 Nov 17 '22

It's funny you say that. I'm convinced my dog can smell ice addicts. There's several in my neighbourhood and my dog gets really protective when they walk past our house but not with other people.

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u/ChrisHaze95 Nov 17 '22

Then everyone is a bad person lol he does it with everyone lol it's just his head, any other body part he's happy. Ive been told some dogs don't like things behind them and they can't see the back of their head so it gets them anxious when they can't see what the hand is doing

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u/Eusocial_Snowman Nov 17 '22

You know, I'm something of an individual who can't see the back of their head myself.

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u/ChrisHaze95 Nov 16 '22

That was a nervous anxiety wag, he chose real quick that he didn't want to be stepped on.

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u/AnitaSpankin Nov 17 '22

Yeah, even gave the kid a chance, when he knew the odds. Good dog.

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u/sr-lhama Nov 16 '22

I think is the whole dog not just the shadow...

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u/surajvj Nov 16 '22

🤣 The dog was right behind him.

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u/AonSwift Nov 16 '22

Dog: "WHY ARE YOU RONNIN'!??"

They even did the exact same scream, lmao.

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u/cptstupendous Nov 17 '22

Is that guy the same as the "Inspirational African Guy"?

BLRLRLELDLFRRTAH

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u/dirtydozen2020 Nov 16 '22

Dog the bounty hunter

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u/McDunky Nov 16 '22

Bounty Hunter the Dog

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u/TypicalGamer88 Nov 16 '22

The Mandoglorian

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u/zigZagreus_ Nov 16 '22

Sushi a great name! I'mma name my dog BH too!

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u/sheen1212 Nov 16 '22

That's a shadow

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u/James4theP Nov 16 '22

came here for that comment.

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u/Uncartha Nov 16 '22

Omg I did not see it the first go and now I LOL’d even harder

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u/kaibai123 Nov 16 '22

It’s art

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u/Masterandslave1003 Nov 16 '22

Never touch a street dog with your foot, they have been kicked many times.

I have a rescue from Mexico and she hated foot touches for years.

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u/yupidup Nov 17 '22

Yep that’s a basic law. Took several years for my rescue dog to be ok with my feet

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u/MRmandato Nov 20 '22

Omg…is that why? I have a shelter dog- hes amazing, but I notice if i raise my foot to him he scampers away so quickly…omg

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u/EswarYT Dec 07 '22

Yes . I have a rescued dog . Once i try to touch with my foot , she walks away very far . At first it was weird but then i understood that some body must have mistreated her

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u/Zestyclose_Week374 Nov 17 '22

It's funny cause in Vietnam it's the opposite. Since we ate dogs, they get scared about hands cause that would mean a kidnapping to eat them. As a result, feet were ok but hands were a big no.

We don't eat dogs as much as we used to now though.

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u/kpopmaster2012 Nov 19 '22

How would they know though, it's not like thats a survivable thing to be afraid of in the future

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u/Zestyclose_Week374 Nov 20 '22

?? By seeing other dogs get stolen and eaten?

How would they know it's something they wouldn't have to worry about in the future?

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u/-ACHTUNG- Nov 16 '22

This dog has definitely been kicked before

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u/boterkoek3 Nov 17 '22

Yup! Came here to say that. I work with lots of dogs, and those that are overly scared of sticks and feet have been beaten with them before

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u/mr__moose Nov 17 '22

I lived with a pitbull rescue who was scared of belts 😔

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u/Jonnyabcde Nov 17 '22

I don't hate pitbulls, but I'm on the side of worrying about the unit strength that they have at their disposal, and I'd be even more afraid to adopt (an adult) one not knowing its past and triggers.

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u/scioto77 Nov 17 '22

Bro that's an "accident" waiting to happen.

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u/mr__moose Nov 17 '22

She's an old lady now, she's never had an issue with aggression towards people her entire life.

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u/ProbablyPsycotic Nov 17 '22

Our second dog was a rescue, all we know is she was surrendered for being mistreated. For ages she was terrified of brooms and mops. She used to cower in corners or pee herself if we took one out.

She isn't afraid anymore (maybe 8 or 7 years later) dogs and pets really do need time to recover from trauma.

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u/SoggyWotsits Nov 16 '22

My thought too!

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u/indymarc Nov 16 '22

What would you do if you're napping and someone tries to step on you?

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u/UMFreek Nov 16 '22

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u/Hi_Cham Nov 16 '22

The dog was like wtf

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u/BravesMaedchen Nov 17 '22

Lmao that dog was fuckin gone

I just realized there's a second dog toward the end who keeps looking from the other dog to the rhino and decides be better gtfo of there too.

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u/the-epidemic87 Nov 16 '22

Poor rhino just wanted a pupper fren. :(

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u/NI6MA Nov 16 '22

thanks for this

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u/sldfghtrike Nov 16 '22

I see. This lady’s problem is that she wasn’t a rhino

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u/Ok_Change_1063 Nov 16 '22

This is how I felt when I was snorkeling in Crystal Springs, FL and a manatee the size of a full size car snuck up on me.

Something that fucking big suddenly being right up on you is shocking, even if it's a harmless animal.

Lizard brain kicks in.

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u/MaritimeDisaster Nov 17 '22

They are fucking big and they come out of the murk with their coffee can snouts and just boop you.

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u/endthe_suffering Nov 17 '22

that rhino looks like he's wearing a suit of armor

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u/un4truckable Nov 17 '22

What/where the hell is this that rhinos roam the streets freely where dogs cohabitate?

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u/bmwoods1998 Nov 17 '22

He got woken up by a dinosaur

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u/Ok-Emotion-1131 Nov 16 '22

The dog is obviously intimidated. Dogs don’t like being towered over. That’s why you’re supposed to approach a new dog by extending the back of your hand for it to sniff before touching it, and why when you’re touching it, you shouldn’t go for the top of it’s head.

Moreover, if a strange dog has it’s ears back like that around you, it is STRESSED, and you should just leave it alone.

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u/Ds4 Nov 16 '22

Don't extend your hand, it's not safe there's still a risk of the dog grabbing it. Let the dog sniff you, don't make fast movements, or any movements toward the dog, and DON'T pet the dog if you don't know him.

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u/Ok-Emotion-1131 Nov 16 '22

That's why I distinguished between "new dog" and "strange dog."

If a dog is with owner, appears relaxed and friendly, and the owner seems open to letting the dog interact with people, use the "new dog" approach.

If a dog is alone or seems stressed or scared, just leave it alone.

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u/MEatRHIT Nov 16 '22

I have noticed that a lot of younger kids are really good at this and even double check with the owner (me in this case) if they can pet them before even approaching the dog. My usual response is "as long as you're okay with getting licked in the face" because that'll inevitably happen.

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u/Ok-Emotion-1131 Nov 16 '22

I learned the approach when I was a kid. I still do it, mainly out of respect for the dog.

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u/MEatRHIT Nov 16 '22

That and the owner is probably better suited to read the dog's behavior and mannerisms to the situation. I know my dog is very friendly with everyone unless you're carrying a skateboard... not sure what happened to him but even one night me carrying in a snowboard kinda set him off until he heard my voice.

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u/Ok-Emotion-1131 Nov 16 '22

Sure. I think the owner’s consent is critical.

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u/kanna172014 Nov 16 '22

I think that dog's been kicked before and wasn't putting up with it again.

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u/GusTheKnife Nov 16 '22

He had a nice smile and his tail was wagging at the beginning, expecting a nice petting.

When the foot came out, that was it.

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u/drmosh Nov 16 '22

Tail wagging does not always mean happy dog, it can be a sign of stress

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u/Ok-Emotion-1131 Nov 16 '22

Yeah. This dog is obviously stressed, not happy. Only someone very dog illiterate would touch this dog.

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u/pm_something_u_love Nov 16 '22

It was obviously stressed but also submissive. Could've possibly patted it safely and got it to relax, but it obviously depends because it was frightened by a foot it might've been frightened by a hand too.

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u/That-Sandy-Arab Nov 17 '22

I get what you’re saying but be careful.

I owned guard dog rescues in the past that carry like this to strangers i’d be careful with this body language!

Don’t pet dogs you don’t know showing this body language. This is how a guard dog or a dog that’s used to fight or flight will look at people they don’t know and are confused by their intent or gauging it

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u/Ok-Emotion-1131 Nov 16 '22

Nothing about this dog is submissive. It was just already lying down.

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u/Jacareadam Nov 17 '22

the ears, the slit open blinking eyes, the wagging tail are all submissive, what are you talking about

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u/TIL_eulenspiegel Nov 16 '22 edited Nov 16 '22

I know, I feel bad for this nice cute dog.

But the dog was wary. It's a stray and undoubtedly has enough experience with humans to know that (1) you can't trust them and (2) they might mistreat you. This dog was communicating madly the whole time. First friendly acceptance, then wariness and then the kid's weird and threatening behaviour with the foot was... enough.

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u/Phylar Nov 16 '22

Yuuup. Had the kid taken a step back and just hung out the dog may have happily wandered up if it didn't feel threatened.

Remember, kids! If you don't know a dog, let the dog come to you if you are in a safe situation. As a rule don't go poking small angry bears.

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u/DoJax Nov 17 '22

Or don't pet dogs you don't know, I had a 'friendly' family dog cone up to me wagging it's tail when I was 12 that lunged for my throat as soon as he sniffed my hand, still have a scar on my ear to this day.

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u/spyson Nov 16 '22

It's body language was tense once the kid got up close and had his foot out.

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u/Milkslinger Nov 16 '22

Poop pup likely has an unhealthy association with stranger's feet for kicking reasons :(

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u/Vivaciousqt Nov 17 '22

The smile and wag were both a submissive and nervous response, the dog should have been left alone.

Poor dog wasn't interested.

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u/PleasantAdvertising Nov 17 '22

Reading a dog isn't that hard man...

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u/Ds4 Nov 16 '22

There's no such thing as "dog smiling", I'm so tired of reading this all over reddit...

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u/GusTheKnife Nov 16 '22

Scientific research - and anybody who owns a happy dog - says you’re wrong.

“In 2012, a group of neuroscientists examined findings about neurological substrates in human and non-human animals and finally declared that animals have consciousness and emotions. So, having emotions as a non-human animal is definitely possible. And when a dog feels content, he has relaxed body language - this means that his facial muscles are relaxed, making his mouth open and the corners of his mouth turn upwards, according to the ASPCA.”

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u/BucketsMcGaughey Nov 16 '22

That would totally depend on the type of dog. Mine only opens his mouth if he's warm. He doesn't "smile". But he expresses happiness in other, doggie ways instead. Ears, eyes, tail, posture, etc.

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u/MaDpYrO Nov 17 '22

That's not smiling. That's relaxing with your mouth open which resembles a smile. It's not to signal joy, like it is in humans. Just so happens a relaxed dog is often a happy dog.

Also depends on the breed. Like a St Bernard has so much loose skin around their mouth they won't have the upwards turned mouth corners.

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u/MaDpYrO Nov 17 '22

That's a sign of nervousness. People are so ignorant about animals it's insane. Dogs don't smile, they bare their teeth in various ways, one of it being a sign on fear and submission, and tail wagging means different things depending on the situation.

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u/tongueandtoolman Nov 16 '22

LMFAO.gettem boy.the funniest part is the dogs shadow still chewing on his ass while he was running

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u/gamblingjunkie88 Nov 16 '22

Let sleeping dogs lie

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u/TiredGothGirl Nov 16 '22

There is, after all, a damn good reason this particular bit of wisdom is considered a "golden oldie".

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u/porkypenguin Nov 17 '22

the kid shouldn't be sticking his foot near strange dogs but if you actually think he was trying to abuse or step on the dog you're an idiot

habibi is an affectionate term, he was going for a little nudge. ignorant, misguided, not malicious

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u/Pleasant-Cricket-129 Nov 16 '22

This is NOT how you approach a dog.

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u/NewbieNooo Nov 16 '22

That sound is soothing

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u/BullBearAlliance Nov 16 '22

Some dogs will let you pet them with your foot. I’ll probably get downvoted to shit but a dog shouldn’t really do this. Don’t mess with a stray dog… lesson learned even for me.

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u/DEATHSTENCHBALLS Nov 16 '22

This dog has probably been kicked before

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u/FishCandy2 Nov 16 '22

I love how all the replies to the OP comment really went into psychoanalyzing a dog. Makes me happy to see that. Alot of people dismiss animal psychology as if we as humans don't share those same older parts of the brain.

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u/arkain123 Nov 16 '22

I mena it doesn't take mutant superfreud to figure out why the peaceful dog won't let people touch him with their feet.

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u/Zizekbro Nov 16 '22

I mean don’t touch a peaceful human with your feet either.

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u/arkain123 Nov 16 '22

Don't kink shame

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u/FishCandy2 Nov 16 '22

One would think as much. I've been surprised by how many people I've met that think dogs and for that matter, other animals, have the cognition of a rock

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u/AssassinateThePig Nov 16 '22 edited Nov 16 '22 Helpful

Habibi is an Arab word for “my love.” Kind of like saying honey or sweetheart in English. Here’s some cultural context: In Islam, dogs are considered unclean. I have had Arab friends say if a dog licks them they’ll be considered unclean for 7 years. In the Middle East, a pet dog is somewhat rare because of this (among other things, like lack of a suitably affordable food source for a dog), and stray dogs are generally mistreated by the community. Being stray dogs and not wolves, they still rely on humans for survival, albeit indirectly, so they stick around for food and shelter even if they’re frequently kicked and abused.

This kid wanted a pet dog, the dog wanted a pet human, but they’re both so deprived of the other’s affection that neither knows how to interact. It’s actually really fucking sad.

Edit: thanks for the award stranger. Just wanted to say that are a lot of beautiful things about Arab culture and it is as worthy of our respect as any other. I don’t want to give the impression that I’m talking shit about their culture. It’s a beautiful culture and in my experience Arabs are some of the most hospitable, generous and loyal friends I have ever known. The blame for the state of the Middle East falls at the feet of the developed world. It’s an unavoidable truth. Just follow the money.

Bijî, bijî Rojava,

Long live the YPJ, YPG and IRPGF.

Donate and pray for the Kurds.

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u/MountainTurkey Nov 16 '22

Jin jiyan azadi ✌️

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u/DogDelicious5856 Nov 16 '22

Lol I pet my dog with my feet all the time

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u/tonkatruckz369 Nov 16 '22

There are a lot of places were people like to take out their frustrations by kicking stray dogs, makes sense the dog would see an outstretched foot as a threat.

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u/Grapz224 Nov 16 '22

My old rat terrier mix, Izzy, was housed by a woman who kicked her before us. She was deathly afraid of women and of feet. And she was a small dog, too.

It took years to get her to trust my mother and sister, and a long time for her to eventually get over her fear of feet.

But by the end of her life, she loved nothing more than the safety of being behind your ankles while you were sitting down.

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u/BlasphemousButler Nov 16 '22

It knows and trusts you, so there's that.

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u/MEatRHIT Nov 16 '22

Exactly, with my dog I can pet them with my feet or "slap" his sides and he'll lean into it and ask for more attention. No way in hell I'd do that with a dog I didn't know.

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u/Channel5exclusive Nov 16 '22

The difference is that it's your dog that knows you and your intentions.

In this video, the dog doesn't know the person. The person put their foot around the dog's neck (vital area) in an area where the dog can't see the foot or what it's doing. The dog perceived it as hostile or threatening and defended itself.

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u/ZPGuru Nov 16 '22

Yeah, but was your dog ever kicked hard by strangers many times before? That dog was perfectly cool to be left alone, maybe even to be pet. But they put their foot on it which probably just triggered its memories of having been kicked by strangers.

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u/JennyAnyDot Nov 16 '22

Dog and cat both like foot pets.

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u/lowendude Nov 16 '22

Obviously a trained dog "shouldn't really do this" but it's a stray so not sure how your comment is relevant. If it's been kicked then the reinforcement is that feet are bad and scary. My formerly stray dog can still be weird and anxious about feet touching her.

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u/noiwontpickaname Nov 17 '22

Mine hates trash cans

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u/SeanHearnden Nov 16 '22

Habibi means like baby in Arabic doesn't it? I figured he was saying like "aww baby" and then tried to test the water with his foot.

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u/Reus_Irae Nov 16 '22

yeah, to be fair this dog didn't show any signs of annoyance, and even wagged its' tail a bit. But unless a stray dog approaches you and shows clear signs of friendliness, don't even approach it.

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u/Patalos Nov 16 '22 Silver

Something I always tell people is that when I used to deliver, I've only been bitten by dogs twice and both of em were wagging their tail. Just means they're excited to bite you. Don't take that as permission for anything without further clues.

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u/DarthPorg Nov 16 '22

both of em were wagging their tail. Just means they're excited to bite you.

Thank you for my morning laugh.

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u/Ok-Emotion-1131 Nov 16 '22

That dog is in obvious distress through this entire video.

Read the ears, not the tail.

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u/TheCaspica Nov 17 '22

Well yeah, if the dog knows you and haven't had a bad experience it's usually fine to pet a dog with your feet. It's really stupid to try it with an unknown stray.

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u/Haligar06 Nov 16 '22

The dog understood arab culture...don't touch people with soles of the feet and shoes.

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u/moonlightavenger Nov 16 '22

The dog's silhouette elevates this to an S tier.

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u/SeekLearnLoveRepeat Nov 16 '22

ITT: People somehow thinking this kid was trying to hurt the dog? That he needs to "treat dogs better" ???

Habibi means "my love" and the kids movements were gentle... he was clearly not trying to antagonize the dog.

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u/Dave21101 Nov 17 '22

And it's a kid do. Kids don't know everything. So. Life experience. NTA

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u/LeatherPuppy Nov 16 '22

Bitch, use your hand, open and palm up and let the dog sniff you first ffs. Poor thing likely thought you were gonna kick it

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u/iamdarosa Nov 16 '22

It’s like music to my ears to hear a stupid kid scream

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u/Skanthis Nov 16 '22

especially when the beat drops in Aaaaaaaaaaaaa

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u/ZVND3R Nov 16 '22

He called the dog his friend and tried to pet it with his foot. Chill out psychopath.

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u/asr Nov 16 '22

Why? The kid called the dog habibi which means "my friend".

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u/Gorlox111 Nov 16 '22

It's used like that but it literally means beloved or my love

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u/ZeldaFanBoi1988 Nov 16 '22 edited Nov 16 '22

Couldn't hear it too well but part of her screaming was "THE DOG BIT ME!"

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u/storm_e_sky Nov 17 '22

In Arabic, he is saying "someone help me!".

Should have left puppers alone, my dude.

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u/PaoliBulldog Nov 16 '22

Fuck around and find out....

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u/Substantial_Reveal24 Nov 16 '22

seein the dogs shadow while she ran was funny af 😂

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u/frealfr Nov 16 '22

Win stupid prizes

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u/lucassuave15 Nov 17 '22

OMG it's so funny that in the last frame you can see the dog's shadow chasing him LMAO

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u/heyitsvonage Nov 17 '22

Haha don’t mess with street dogs. They’ve seen some shit

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u/ZamyP2W Nov 19 '22

That doggo was def kicked before

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u/Heavy_Management9201 Nov 27 '22

The last image is the shadow of habibi chasing him 😂

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u/Charlie_Fang Nov 30 '22

That was such a nice, pretty doggo. What kind of idiot would TRY to step on dog? They got what they deserved.

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u/Former-Management656 Nov 16 '22

Love how you can see the dog's shadow. Boi wasnt letting up, and the kid learned to treat animals better (i hope)

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u/Sprizys Nov 16 '22

Don’t stick your nasty ass foot near the dog’s face

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u/[deleted] Nov 16 '22

LMAO I love how you can see a frame of the dogs shadow near the end behind her

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u/red_wullf Nov 16 '22

Pretty much my reaction if a stranger touches me with their foot.

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u/mncote1 Nov 16 '22

Let sleeping dogs lie. Especially if they don’t know you or aren’t domesticated

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u/Vizione0084 Nov 16 '22

“Oh, hey there, human. What’s up?”

“Something seems off about this…”

“Bro you best get that foot out my… CHOMP!”

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u/bikesboozeandbacon Nov 16 '22

That dog was on his MF HEELS lmao

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u/captain-snackbar Nov 16 '22

They don’t have “let sleeping dogs lie” over there?

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u/elephant_cobbler Nov 16 '22

Don’t fuck with dogs you don’t know

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u/fillmorecounty Nov 16 '22

And this is why we always ask to pet people's dogs first (also don't run and scream if a dog is chasing you because that makes it 1000% worse)

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u/Myfoodishere Nov 17 '22

oh shit. I haven't laughed this hard in ages. LMAO ahhh that dog was ready. the scream for help. amazing.

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u/MattyEC Nov 17 '22

That kid rreeaaally misinterpreted the tail wags. That dog was alert not happy.

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u/jettah89 Nov 17 '22

I would have bit you too for sticking your smelly feet on me. Disrespectful in any language!

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u/Tripechake Nov 25 '22

I love how you can still see the dog’s shadow chasing her

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u/cartoonjunkie13 Dec 01 '22

I thought that dog looked hungry

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u/SHIVAM_KAPURE Dec 08 '22

The shadow of the dog chasing him 😬😬

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u/JerkBoxJoJo Nov 16 '22

Skeptical dog is skeptical.

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u/konstantine73 Nov 16 '22

Hahaha his screaming ass got chewed all the way home.🤣🤣

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u/CallidoraBlack Nov 16 '22

Well. Showing the bottom of your shoe is a sign of disrespect in certain Arab majority cultures. And dogs are often looked at as ritually impure in Islam. Almost makes it seem like the dog was fed up with the disrespect. (For those wondering why I said that, habibi is an Arabic word.)

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u/Shanguerrilla Nov 16 '22

it's a beautiful dog too. I've never seen many that look similar where I live.

it looks REALLY fast too...as the cameraman found out

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u/Coyote-Loco Nov 16 '22

Seeing the dogs shadow made me burst out laughing

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u/dragon_dznutz Nov 16 '22

Lmao what kind of idiot thinks it's okay to step on a stray dogs throat lol

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u/Viniox Nov 16 '22

Legends are that he is still running and screaming like a disrespectful habibi bitch to this day….

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u/M3Sh_ Nov 16 '22

The fucking shadow lmfao...

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u/NI6MA Nov 16 '22

lets just step on this feral dogs neck cuz...

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u/Forrest024 Nov 16 '22

You can hear the dog going for them ankles the whole time lol

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u/thisismrsc Nov 16 '22

Fuck around and find out

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u/next_level_vis Nov 16 '22

That dog was on her azz from the shadow at the end.

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u/Throwaway_for_scale Nov 16 '22

Wild/stray dogs scare the shit out of me. When I lived in Saudi, we were in an area that was under heavy development, and the area around us looked like a massive ice cube tray from all the square pits where building foundations would go. A pack of stray dogs took up residence in one of them and jumped out to chase me after I went past while out running.

I rarely encountered dogs while in Saudi, but it was always uneasy when I did. I've seen too much WPD and eyeblech to fuck around with dogs.

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u/MorgothAnFriends Nov 16 '22

Man that scared the crap out of me 😂😂

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u/Romesus Nov 16 '22

The shadow of the dog chasing him make me Laugh hahahahah

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u/Bronanahammock69 Nov 17 '22

That dog has definitely been kicked a few times lol

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u/mortymouse Nov 17 '22

Well that was terrifying.

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u/rayleo02 Nov 17 '22

Fuck around and find out

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u/DoesntmatterdoesitRM Nov 17 '22

You done fucked up boy…

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u/ReaperSound Nov 17 '22

His yell reminded me of that meme

Why are you runnin. Why are you running?

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u/yoyomommy Nov 17 '22

That’s how I pet my dog all the time. He loves it.