Great Dane Throws Tantrum When He Is Told Not To Swim

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On a pleasant and sunny day, Max the Great Dane desires to take a refreshing swim in the pool!

Unfortunately, Max’s owner is not permitting him to do so. Therefore, Max expresses his longing to swim through whines that gradually increase in intensity, akin to a child being refused their favorite treat.

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Max is seen wearing a jacket around his leg in the video of his temper tantrum. These jackets are often used to conceal a location that the dog is not intended to bite or itch, such as stitches or a sore. As a result, Max must have this jacket on his leg at all times, but it must not become wet. Max doesn’t appear to mind, but his mother is adamant.

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Max starts whining first as he stands at the pool’s edge. His mother tells him, no, explaining that his jacket should not get wet. Max is deaf, yet based on reading her lips and observing her motions, he appears to comprehend his mother well. Even though he knows she doesn’t want him in the water, he still wants to swim.

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Max gently approaches the pool and reaches out to dip his paw in, most likely just to test the water. His mother, on the other hand, is always telling him, no, so he doesn’t go any farther. His whining, on the other hand, continues unabated. He is a wonderful youngster who recognizes that his mother knows best, as much as he wants to swim. Of course, she wants him to be able to swim and enjoy himself, but she also understands that he must remain safe in the water.

Max only had to wear the jacket for a brief time, so he was able to swim again once he removed it. He is a really intelligent dog who knows how to behave. In this video, his heart was set on swimming, but he listened to his mother instead since he loves her so much.


If Max gave you a good laugh today, share his amusing video with people you know and brighten up their day too.

Every dog deserves his fun!


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