The smallest lifeguard! Panda the Chihuahua grabs owner’s ponytail between his teeth and tries to pull her out of the pool
- Chihuahua Panda Tried To Pull His Owner’s Hair Out Of Her London Pool Londen
- Small dog clung to owner’s hair as if she thought she was drowning in a shallow pool
- Then the dog runs and leaves his owner in the water laughing
This is when a tiny Chihuahua hilariously tries to “rescue” its owner from a swimming pool by pulling her out by her hair.
Footage filmed in London shows one-year-old dog Panda, who weighs just six and a half pounds, stretches his neck toward his owner and follows her around the poolside.
When he gets close enough, Panda grabs her ponytail between his teeth and pulls her towards him.
Panda the chihuahua grabs owner’s ponytail as she films herself swimming in London garden pool
She gives the camera a confused look before her beautiful puppy grabs her hair
His owner’s face changes from confusion to elation when she catches her little dog trying to pull her out of the pool.
After a moment of confused silence, a big grin appears on her face as she starts to laugh.
She grabs the edge of the pool while the dog constantly pulls her hair.
The unnamed woman told Viral Hog: “I filmed myself swimming and my one-year-old Chihuahua panda running around the edge of the pool.
“When I tried to stop the recording, he had clearly decided that I was drowning and needed urgent help, so (to my surprise) proceeded to grab my ponytail and try to drag me out of the pool, causing me laugh hysterically, because he only weighs 3 kg, so it seems a bit unrealistic.’
Small but mighty: the doggie weighs just six and a half pounds, but he was ready for anything when he thought his owner was drowning
She has to hold her dog’s paws to make sure he lets go of her hair before running around the pool zwembad
She had to hold Panda’s legs to make sure he let go of her hair before the dog ran around the pool.
“I got him off by holding his legs. He runs off in an excited frenzy, making some questionable noises,” she added.