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September 21, 2021

Woman Feigns Choke and Drops to the Floor but Her Dog's Instant Reaction Doesn't Go Well

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A dog's reaction turned blood-curdling when he witnessed his owner drop to the floor. She quickly got up in intense fear to sprint away from her pet, afraid of getting injured.

In an attempt to see what her dog would do if she were in danger, TikTok user Haley & Dunkin pretended to choke. She shared the video to the platform, but what happened next was utterly unexpected. 

"Electric Zoo" by Spongebob Squarepants played in the background. The TikToker sat next to her dog, which appeared to be a black labrador. 

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Haley & Dunkin then placed her hands around her neck, pretending to choke by making noises and eventually pretended to fall onto the ground. The black beauty immediately began walking towards her. 

The dog turned around to face and fight off the coyote.

It first began smelling its owner and appeared to be lightly whimpering while confused. The hound then walked behind a cabinet and proceeded to do the unanticipated. 

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For a mysterious reason, Haley & Dunkin's pet pulled a knife out from what seemed to be unknown storage space and walked back to its owner, who quickly moved back in fright and began to stand up. The description read

"why he WHIP IT OUT LIKE THAT. 😭😭"

The TikTok user kept moving around as the dog appeared to be following her with the sharp object. The labrador then accidentally poked her with the knife as another furry friend came to see what was happening. 

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Eventually, Haley & Dunkin managed to order the dog to let go of the knife while the comment section was in stitches. One remarked

"He was about to do surgery ASAP.😂😳 "

However, some were doubtful, wondering how and why the animal got hold of a dangerous kitchen utensil. The TikToker has since explained that it was something he had been trained to do.

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A TINY WARRIOR

While Haley & Dunkin's dog seemed to want to hurt her, a little 6-year-old hero Yorkie Macy defended its 10-year-old owner Lily Kwan from an aggressive coyote. 

A video was shared of a young girl being chased by this ferocious animal in her neighborhood while walking Macy. She and her little dog ran as fast as possible, but it appeared that the wild animal was gaining on them.

Eventually, Lily dropped the leash as the dog turned around to face and fight off the coyote, leaving itself injured yet alive in the process. Some, however, had their doubts, stating that this little Yorkie was trying to protect itself. 

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A DEEPER UNDERSTANDING 

Both the TikToker and Lily's dog's actions can leave many wondering about these animals' behavior. Of course, it's not all a mystery. 

One known thing about man's best friends is that they lick their owners or other humans when expressing their fondness. Some may not know that in some cases, these pets lick to gather information about individuals. 

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Another mannerism that many individuals tend to find uncomfortable is when these animals sniff each other's derrieres. This innocent behavior is simply their way of saying hello to one another. 

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TIME TO TRAIN 

Beyond these instincts, there are methods in which people can teach their dogs to behave in a certain way. As many know, these include ordering their pet to sit, come, leave an object, or stay where they are.

There are easy and professional ways to do this. For example, when teaching a dog to sit, one must hold a treat near their snout while moving one's hand up, which will cause the hound to sit down on the ground slowly. 

Once seated, the individual should say "sit" and hand their pet the treat while petting them. Whether sitting, staying, fighting a coyote, or chasing their owners with knives, one common denominator is the special place they hold in the heart of humanity. 

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