Saturday Funny: Bulldog guards family from horror movie

Khaleesi the English Bulldog not only watches TV, he understands what’s going on.

While watching a horror movie, The Conjuring, Khaleesi barks at all the appropriate places to warn the victims of impending peril.

Good dog! 😀

H/t PawMyGosh


9 responses to “Saturday Funny: Bulldog guards family from horror movie

  1. THAT’S cool!!!

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  2. Excellent article! You could tell that this animal was intently following what was going on during the movie, due to his rigid body, moving his head slightly to follow the image on screen. If I had not actually seen this myself, I probably would have been a skeptic. What a great dog!

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  3. Kitty watching Psycho:

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  4. traildustfotm

    Too cool!

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  5. Since I ditched my pitiful 25″ CRT TV a couple of years ago and replaced it with a 55″ flat screen, my furry little buddy took a sudden interest in what was on TV.

    For some reason, he likes auto racing, golf, football – and dog food commercials.

    LOL – I can’t imagine why.

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  6. What movie was that? Ha, loved that bulldog, I wonder how he rated the rest of the movie.


  7. Reblogged this on kommonsentsjane and commented:

    Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.

    This is what I call a “guard” dog. Wonder if they pay him a salary?



  8. Incredible! Love this dog! My cats all watch TV with or without me, and love selected commercials (close up enough to reach out and touch/gesture to the TV screen) and love the “ticker-tape” newsline on the bottom of the Fox News. My dog doesn’t care about any of this, and especially not the cats…whom at least daily cuddle up and sleep with her most afternoons.


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