She is not looking at a fly... she's looking at us! This is Scout's own and very unique way of telling us that she needs to go out.

Owner telling us she has no any Neurological Issues. She was 4 months old in this video and is now approaching her 3rd birthday. She's been to the vet a few times since then and is nice and healthy. Scout is such a big part of their family and she says they take excellent care of her!

The bold and fiery Shiba Inu is Japan's smallest native spitz dog.

The Shiba Inu dog breed was originally bred to flush birds and small game, and was occasionally used to hunt wild boar. He is one of Japan's six native breeds: Akita (large), Kishu, Hokkaido, Kai, Shikoku (medium), and Shiba (small). He is known for his spirited personality, small upright ears, and cat-like agility. Today he serves primarily as a companion dog in Japan and the United States.

The Shiba Inu is known for a bold, fiery personality. The Japanese have three words to describe the breed's mental traits: kaani-i (spirited boldness), ryosei (good nature), and soboku (alertness). Combined, these traits make up the interesting, intelligent, and strong-willed temperament of this breed.


Responses to "Watch How This Dog Asks To Go Out. (VIDEO)"

  1. Anonymous says:

    Yeh just keep filming and let the dog pee on the floor...duh!

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