The dog refused to be told by her owners to shut her up as she continued to bark despite being told she had no reason to continue so loudly.
Viral TikTok video with caption ‘She doesn’t care’ was shared by @moosbigday January 15 Over 590,000 views on social media platforms. The clip opens with Moo’s owner behind the camera saying, “Hey Moomoo, what if I told you you don’t need to bark.”
It’s safe to say that the pomchi, a Pomeranian-Chihuahua mix, isn’t popular. When Moo was told she didn’t need to be loud, she let out another funny bark to show her disapproval.
PetMD’s Fetch website lists many reasons a dog might bark, much to the annoyance of its owner. Reasons include protection of their territory, fear, boredom, separation anxiety, attention seeking, or playfulness.
The site also notes that different things that cause dogs to bark can lead to different types of barking. For example, if a dog feels threatened, they will bark excessively loudly out of fear. Or, if a dog barks while playing, it will make a “happy bark” while playing wagging tail Maybe even jump up.
Dog barking can be tamed and controlled. Many owners may not realize that it is important not to yell at a dog when it is barking. “Yelling will spur your dog to bark more because they think you’re joining in. So the first rule is to speak calmly and firmly, but don’t yell,” says Fetch.
The site also stresses that if owners want to control their dog’s barking, then they need to act early. “Don’t let the problem continue. The longer a dog does something, the more entrenched it becomes. Barking gives the dog an adrenaline rush that makes barking enjoyable.” It Suggestions to make the dog more tiredso it doesn’t have more energy to bark, or give the dog more activity to keep it busy.
Moo owners may need to try some of these training methods to keep their dogs from making such loud noises.Although many viewers on TikTok praised dog brutalityas one person commented: “Tried to discuss this with my dog the other day.” The owner replied to their comment: “We have independent dogs and they don’t want to be silenced.”
Another TikTok user was baffled by Moo’s initial response: “I like how she looks like she’s thinking about it first.”
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