French bully-dog! Pooch teases his sleepy ‘brother’ by snatching a tasty treat from his mouth and then waving it under his nose
- French bulldog Abundance, 2, will not give 21-year-old Feel Good his treat
- Feel Good, 21-months, wanted a bite of his brother’s dried snack
- His brother Abundance held the snack just out of reach before snatching it back
- The snack was brought close again but when Feel Good tried to grab it he misses
A French bulldog snatched a treat away from the English bulldog he shares a home with after he got fed up of sharing.
Abundance, 2, held a dry treat next to Feel Good, a 21-month old English Bulldog he shares a family with at their home in Bangkok, Thailand.
But as soon as Feel Good started to take a nibble on the snack his brother snatched it away resulting in a disgruntled bark.
Abundance (right) pulls the treat away from Feel Good as he teases his brother with the dried snack
Almost sensing a game Abundance turns around and holds the snack close to Feel Good’s face.
He even lifts the treat up out of the reach of his brother who seems too sleepy to make much of an effort to grab for it.
And every time Feel Good does try to snap at the treat it is quickly pulled further out of his reach by Abundance.
At the start of the video the pair appear to be friends and happily share the treat
Abundance quickly gets tired of sharing and snatches it away while his brother Feel Good sits looking sleepy and sad
Feel Good’s brother waves the treat under his nose as he patiently waits for Abundance to decide to share again
Although the pair, who are different breeds, are not related their owner Patsita Aunyamanerrjarupak calls them brothers.
She said: ‘My French Bulldog was bullying his younger brother. He was so sleepy and looked so sad he couldn’t get the treat.
‘The older dog with the snack in his mouth is called Abundance and he is two-years-old.
‘The other dog is called Feel Good and he’s one year and nine months old.
‘They’re best friends though really. Both of them are so sweet but they have very different personalities.’