Owner filmed dogs' reaction during playful confrontation

Rebelander Basilan
May 23, 2018
12:17 A.M.
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This video footage of a man questioning his two naughty dogs about a chewed-up shoe insole is very entertaining.


On August 23, 2016, Daniel Martino posted a video to his YouTube channel that shows how he confronted his two pooches.

Martino, from the city of Toruguitas near Buenos Aires, Argentina, asked his pit bull and dachshund which one of them took a bite out of his insole.

“Who was it? Who did this to my insole? Which one of you two was it?”

But there was no answer. Instead, both of the two dogs looked away.

The owner then threw the insole on the floor. After doing it, his pit bull cracked and even attempted to hide behind a plant pot. However, the dachshund just sat firm, looking down his owner.


"No, it wasn’t you, was it?" he asked the dachshund.

Then he asked the pit bull: "Mr., you over there, did you do this? I am talking to you. Look at me."

But the poor canine just can't look at Martino.


“You’re an accomplice in all of this,” the owner said to his dachshund.

While interrogating them, Martino also showed the camera that he’s wearing mismatched sandals.

Based on this funny investigation, it was clear who really did it.

The video has already been viewed more than 2.2 million times since it was published on the popular video-sharing site. A lot of netizens also placed their thoughts via comments.

'So lovely ! I will forgive them,' YouTuber Bobby Corgi wrote.

Judy Farron added: 'This might be the cutest thing I have ever seen!! Hilarious the way the Pit is so "ashamed" and the Doxie stands firm. These dogs know their owner loves them though I could not have played the tough guy for as long as he did.'

Frank Rizo also commented that it's senseless to try to talk with dogs as if they are human.

He also pointed out 'that if a dog tears something up it's my fault. I have been careless. I have learned not to leave my shoes around where my dogs can get at them. I am the one with the human brain.'