Australia only: Brave beagle is in tense stalemate with buff kangaroo in a backyard in Victoria

‘Roo want a piece of me?’: Buff kangaroo heated up a 20-minute fight in the backyard with brave elderly beagle named Dodger – and ended in a very surprising way

  • Incredible images of beagle and kangaroo in tense stalemate in Victoria
  • Stubborn 10-year-old beagle Dodger barks at the buff kangaroo
  • Much to the dog owner’s horror, the kangaroo begins to urinate during a 20-minute break










A brave beagle is filmed in a tense confrontation with a buffalo kangaroo after running into the uninvited guest.

Natasha Robinson, 44, witnessed the unique encounter in her backyard in Victoria.

She was alerted to the deadlock by her barking dog and was shocked to find the huge room above her ten-year-old beagle Dodger.

Footage shows the buffalo kangaroo standing upright while the stubborn beagle continued to bark at the stranger.

An elderly beagle and a buff kangaroo have a heated confrontation at a backyard fence in Victoria (pictured)

Mrs. Robinson tried to call her dog back home, but he refused.

She decided there was no chance of her getting anywhere near the room, and Mrs. Robinson continued to watch the tense standoff before witnessing something bizarre.

After a 20-minute stalemate and to Ms. Robinson’s horror, the kangaroo began to pee without breaking its intimidating demeanor.

“Be careful with dodging,” she yelled.

The kangaroo stood up and started to urinate towards the dog, much to the horror of the owner

The kangaroo stood up and started to urinate towards the dog, much to the horror of the owner

Dodger, appearing unfazed, eventually begins to lose interest in the intruder and the pair walk away in a peaceful truce.

In general, kangaroos fight to see who wins a mate. The most dominant male is the main partner for the female.

A dominant male kangaroo will usually show other males who’s boss in a number of ways, such as standing upright on his tail and hind legs and urinating.

Other signs include rubbing his chest back and forth, walking slowly on all fours with a hunched back, grabbing grass clumps, and sparring.

The Queensland Department of Environment and Science advises residents to move away if they encounter a kangaroo exhibiting that type of behaviour.

The heated stand-off lasted over 20 minutes

A dominant male kangaroo will usually show other males who's boss by standing on his hind legs and urinating

A dominant male kangaroo will usually show other males who’s boss by standing on his hind legs and urinating

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