Do not emunen! The small dog of the family disagrees with the emu of two meters high that use a garden sprinkler to combat the heat
- This emu has found a new way to combat the heat, but not everyone is impressed.
- Eemie the emu is seen pecking around a water sprinkler before sitting on it
- He is watched by a small family dog who seems outraged by the whole affair.
- Keeping emus as pets is an increasingly popular trend in Australia.
Laura Hedges For Daily Mail Australia
This is the moment when a huge emu finds a new way to fight the heat while a small dog in the family looks disapproving.
The images show the beloved pet of the family "Eemie", the emu that examines a water sprayer in a back garden in southern Australia.
The two-meter-tall bird that does not fly can not be seen pecking at the sprinkler before quickly sitting directly on top of it.
This is the moment when a huge emu finds a new way to combat the heat that a much smaller family dog looks at, indignant.
The bird remains there for some time, blocking the flow of water and clearly enjoying the refreshing feeling, before getting back on its feet and shaking its feathers.
Eemie approaches the little dog of the family that has been watching the whole episode with caution.
The two-meter-tall flying bird is pecked curiously in the sprayer before sitting quickly on top of it.
The small brown and white dog takes his opportunity to unload his frustration with some defensive barking, wagging his tail.
The person filming laughs when the Emu backs down, returns to the water sprinkler and resumes his position.
Keeping emus as pets is an unconventional but increasingly popular trend, and according to the documentation of the State of Victoria, they are good swimmers and "they love to play in water and mud".
Eemie then approaches the little dog of the family who has been watching the whole episode with caution and now takes his opportunity to vent his frustration with some defensive barking.