Little children are not the only ones who throw temper tantrums if they can’t get their way. But, your tiny little canines are capable of throwing small fits of rage too. They show their protest by barking, whining, or even destroying things, and this French Bulldog named Walter Geoffrey does the same thing.
Walter Geoffrey lives with his loving mom, Amber, in their forever home in Austin, Texas. He may look gentle-hearted, but once he doesn’t get his way, he throws a wobbly. A small pup like him has an attitude problem, and he’s not afraid to show it.
In a video, Walter can be seen sitting on the back seat of the car with his sibling. He looked miserable after his mom told him that the dog park was closed. He started howling in protest, as if he was saying, “We need to go to that dog park now!”
Amber told Walter to stop, but he just continued without care even if he knew his mom’s getting impatient with his bad behavior. From high-pitch howls, his tantrums went to deep, angry growls. All the while, he was throwing a fit, his brother was whining quietly beside him, wanting him to cease it immediately.
It turned out that the dog park that Walter badly wanted to visit was closed that day because the staff was disinfecting the area. And when Amber mentioned the word “park,” his ears instantly perked up, and finally, he put his howling into an end. She then proceeded to explain but got some rough growls in response instead.
Amber told Walter that he was disrespectful, but he was not bothered one bit. It was not the first time Walter threw a temper tantrum—he does it every time he does not get things his way. That is why she calls him the “hottest mess,” living in “Meltdown city at the corner of Unstable and Emotionally Over-Dramatic.”
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Posted by Walter Geoffrey the Frenchie on Thursday, September 27, 2018
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