Hello friendlies! Lulu here with another life tip! This time it’s about coyotes, and how to have the most satisfying experience barking like a lunatic at them. Basically it all boils down to this: Don’t start barking until the humans let you out of the house. Otherwise they’ll know there’s something out there and they’ll probably close the door on you. You don’t have to take my word for it; just watch the video and you’ll see.
Now I do have to warn all you dogs out there that this video starts right out with me barking at the coyote, so if listening to barking sets you to barking, well, crank up the volume! Because who doesn’t like a good round at barking at nothing? Am I right?
Well okay, enough talking about barking. Here’s the video of barking. I hope I did you proud, Java Bean!
Now I’m sure you all spotted my mistake right away, but in case you didn’t, it was the barking, wagging my tail, and staring at the exact spot where the coyote was trying to steal peaches. If I had really wanted to get out there, I should have just stayed cool, calm, collected, and quiet until Dada opened the door. Then I should have started barking like a lunatic and raced up to the fence and run back and forth and back and forth and back and forth and back and forth and back and forth and … well, you get the idea.
I mean, sure, it’s fun to bark at a coyote from inside the house, but it’s just so much more satisfying to bark at them up close and personal so they know exactly what you think of them. When you bark from inside the house they don’t take you nearly as seriously. Oh and of course none of this applies to the cute coyotes, just the scruffy ones.
Well anyway, friendlies, I hope this has been a good lesson for you in why you should not start barking like a lunatic until after the humans have let you out. They’re really not very observant so if you play it cool, you’ll fool them every time. This is Lulu, rolling over and out!