Doberman hurls snake ‘into another dimension’ after its scared owner refused to walk past
- Man in grassy field spots snake on the path ahead; his dog is seen in distance
- He says: ‘That sonofabit*h is big… you’d better come get it’ – then dog races back
- Doberman grabs snake in his mouth and sends it flying into the undergrowth
- Clip posted on TikTok by user @kbeachnau, followed by GVSU, suggesting he may be student at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan
A dog ran over to a snake in a field and hurled it ‘into another dimension’ – much to the relief of the hound’s panicked owner.
The footage, posted on TikTok by a man with the username @kbeachnau, shows a grass clearing flanked by undergrowth, while a black Doberman stands in the distance.
In the foreground, a snake is blocking the man’s path, as he says in an American accent: ‘There’s a big motherf***ing snake there. That sonofab***h is big!’
‘It’s a cool morning… and you’d better come get it. I can’t walk past this snake.’
Footage posted on TikTok by a man with the username @kbeachnau shows a grass clearing with a Doberman in the distance. The dog’s terrified owner summons his pet after spotting a snake on the path ahead of him
The faithful hound rushes over to tackle the reptile, which some commenters on social media believe is a Garter snake, which is non-venomous and common in North America. The dog immediately grabs the snake in its mouth – while the man lets out a gasp
Within seconds, the Doberman races back – at which point its owner lets out a frightened gasp.
The dog instantly grabs the snake in its mouth and sends it flying high through the air – where it appears almost rigid – and out of sight into the undergrowth.
Although the type of snake is not clear from the video, some commenters on social media reckon it was a Garter snake, which is non-venomous and common to North America.
The dog then sends the snake – which appears almost rigid – flying high in the sky before it lands far away in the undergrowth
Kbeachnau’s username is followed by GVSU, which suggests he may be a student at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan.
It is not known when the clip took place but it was tweeted by Dayana Sarkisova with the title, ‘My new hero is this dog that YEETED a snake into another dimension.’
To ‘yeet’ means to throw something energetically, with great force.
Dayan’s Twitter footage has garnered more than 154,000 views to date.