French Bulldog Protects Family and Scares off Three Bears

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French Bulldogs are really some of the most adorable animals on the planet, but they are not exactly known as being large and scary animals. In fact, no one gets a French Bulldog in hopes that it will be their life-saving creature, their guard dog or even anything in between. In fact, most people get a French Bulldog because they are looking for a lap dog that doesn’t want to spend much time outside doing any exercising or anything too active. They want a low-maintenance dog that’s happy to be able to sit around the house and be kind of lazy on a regular basis.

That’s what makes this video so surprising. When three bears show up on this family’s porch, it’s their 20-pound French Bulldog that saves their lives. It’s this little dog that finds the bears and chases them off so that his family is safe and their home is safe. It’s one of the shortest and most fascinating videos you will ever see. This dog is brave, fearless and has no idea that he’s about the same size as these bear’s afternoon snack. And apparently, his confidence worked since he was able to scare them off with ease.


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