If we admit it, we can all be a little “extra” at times. “Being extra” is just a modern version of being high-maintenance with a little drama-queen thrown in for good measure. From videos like this one, it appears that humans aren’t the only ones that can be a bit dramatic!
One woman caught her dog in the hilarious act of being a drama-queen.
Claire Wolstenholme caught her dog in the act of acting a little extra. The resulting video is definitely worth a laugh and shows just goofy our little furry friends can be. The video caught Claire’s dog at the junction of lazy and extra!
Bonnie is Claire’s beagle, and if beagles are known for one thing, it’s barking!
Beagles are awesome family dogs to have. They do well with families and love to snuggle. Bonnie, however, shows us just how funny they can be. Claire caught her on camera playing with a toy when she accidentally drops it. Bonnie’s reaction is priceless.
When the toy hits the floor, Bonnie goes motionless.
Almost like she is processing what just happened, Bonnie freezes up and stares at the little red bone on the ground. Not three seconds later, Bonnie erupts in a howl that is sure to tell the whole house something is wrong! Despite her being three feet away and within reach of getting it back, she would rather let the entire house know that something went wrong.
We have all seen something like this happen with other people!
Think back to when you were a kid and your parents called all the way upstairs for you. You couldn’t really hear them, so you got off your bed, walked to the stairs, and yelled back, “WHAT?” Your parent’s response somehow got quieter the second time when they responded with jumbled noises. Finally, you go downstairs, frustrated and annoyed. Your mom turns around from the television and asks you to take the trash out! Bonnie is the human equivalent of that kind of parent!
Beagles are known for their howling!
Wag! explains the origin of beagles and how it relates to their howling:
Your Beagle is vocal in three different ways. He has his standard bark, where he lets you know such things as someone is at the door, he needs to go out, or he is excited about a new toy or treat. Beagles like to bark, and for a smaller dog, it is a pretty deep and loud sound. The second vocalization he makes is his hunting howl, and it is more like a deep yodel. He will throw his head back and open his throat, just as his name describes. It is an almost mournful sound and can go on for quite a while. When bred purely for hunting, it was often reserved for the hunt. Typically, it is to alert others that he has picked up a scent or found a wounded prey. – Wag!
Basically, Bonnie the beagle has forsaken her wild ways and has just gone a little soft!
Can we blame her? Probably not. Besides, we want cuddly and high-energy dogs! That’s what you get a beagle for! At the end of the day, we have felt a bit lazy and have made a fuss out of it. We really aren’t all that different from Bonnie.
Check out the video below!
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Caught Bonnie on the house cam having this little strop earlier over dropping her toy 😂 how dramatic 😂🐶This video is being represented by LADbible Group. To use or license this video please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by Claire Wolstenholme on Monday, June 24, 2019