04/26/2012 Posted by ADMIN 36 Comments
that is one big squirrel !!! lol
love it! <3
Cheeky flipping thing.
and i am surprised it was not afraid
Shibas don’t say much, do they? 🙂
Amazing I don’t think the dog barked once that would not happen in my house lol
My dog would be losing her mind!! Squirrels are her nemesis…lol
Awwwww. Min. 2:06 to min. 2:17, ain’t that the CUTEST thing ever??? 😀
my Rat Terrier would have been frothing at the mouth and out of breath ~ lol!
Poor cute baby, the active squirrel is making you mad ;(
It would have been bark-a-rama at my house. Oh, and lots of dog slobber….
absolutely beautiful thank you for sharing xxx
Remarkably well behaved dog
squirrels love to tease dogs and cats. “nana nana boo boo you can’t get me”
That is funny ..it happens at my house.
Just like my two backyard ones. Nana, nana…nehhhh it can’t get me on that retractable leash. Haa, nana….. Until the day I let my Shiba off leash. HA! That only last a few days till they are back at it….
Nothing funny about it! Dog just want’s to kill the Squirrel,if he could get out!
Further evidence that squirrels are plotting…they torture my pup too…he just wants one bite!
hahahha so funny…look how the squirl has his hands on his tummy while standing up…what a beautiful little doggie
cute! when squirrel is gone for seconds, dog wants it back. it’s teasing the dog 🙂
My dog would be busting down the door!
What a stunning little dog!
hehe….that`s cool =)
What a great website you have! Enjoying it tremendously. Thank you!
That’s one friendly and brave little squirrel! Cute!
Aaawwwwwa now how cute was that,??? I loved it. Thanks for sharing.
P.S. your pup is adoreable and missy squirrel thought so to.
i have a red shiba inu and a black and tan. they dont bark much unless someone is at the door. they have extremely strong hunting skills. my female black and tan would have played with the squirrel, while my male red would have killed and eaten it. lol. very cute dogs.
Aww so cute!! 😀
my fox terriers would have made the most furious, blood-curdling shrieks and barks imaginable.
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