It’s not new for fur parents to see their canine pals taking a look at every new thing they see in their surroundings. Even if such an item’s bizarre, dogs muster their courage to try and take a closer look at such an object. Even if it’s a giant cow.
Yet, a Border Collie feels wary upon seeing the giant cow on the ranch it’s visiting with her fur dad. With the way it looks, the dog doesn’t realize that the cow is a statue.
Hey, Twitt. What’s that over there?
In this entertaining footage, a mix-furred Australian Shepherd named Twitt trots across a dirt road. On and on Twitt goes until her fur dad calls her out.
Ever the obedient canine, Twitt looks back in Dad’s direction, silently asking what he wants from her. But, before the Aussie can approach Dad, the man asks Twitt the identity of the animal across them.
Curious as she can be, Twitt looks over her shoulder toward the giant cow across her. Without wasting any second, the doggo then moves across the dirt path to have a closer look at the said animal.
Dad, it’s a huge cow! I’m scared!
Yet, when Twitt gets a closer look at the cow, she swerves and chooses to walk in a different direction. Puzzled with the Aussie’s reaction, Dad again asks Twitt what she thinks such an object is.
Despite feeling wary, the Aussie obeys Dad and sees for herself what he’s asking her to go and see. Yet, while Twitt’s approaching the cow, she flattens her ears and crouches low.
Before Twitt can fully approach the cow, Dad asks her to stop. The Aussie then obeys his command. And, when Dad gives the signal for her to continue walking, Twitt follows suit and hastens her pace.
This scenario continues, with Dad asking Twitt to walk and stop alternately. But, do you think the Aussie musters enough courage to sniff the cow once she approaches it? Don’t miss out on the next scene by viewing the linked video below.
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