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Hilarious moment Khloe the Labradoodle shows toddler girl who’s the boss

Sit! Hilarious moment Khloe the Labradoodle shows toddler girl who’s the boss

  • Little Joslyn was teaching the family’s dog how to sit in Okmulgee, Oklahoma
  • Joslyn babbles as the hound, who is twice her size, calmly sits on the floor
  • Then Khloe playfully pats the youngster on the head, suddenly forcing her to sit 

An adorable toddler tries to teach her pet dog how to sit, but ends up getting a rather blunt lesson of her own. 

Joslyn Smith was instructing labradoodle Khloe when the hound, who is twice the little girl’s size, lifts its paw and pats her on the head. 

The clip, taken in Okmulgee, Oklahoma, starts with Joslyn giggling as the dog sits.

Clearly proud with her instructions, Joslyn lifts up her arms and continues to babble before looking back at the camera.

The dog yawns as an onlooker giggles in the background. Bemused Joslyn looks around

Joslyn was trying to teach the family pet how to sit. But labradoodle Khloe, clearly wanting to play, lifts up her paw and pats the youngster on the head forcing Joslyn to sit instead

Behind the camera, someone can be heard saying: ‘Who is that?’

Then Khloe, clearly wanting to play, lifts up her paw and pats the youngster on the head forcing her to sit.

The dog yawns as an onlooker giggles in the background.

Joslyn makes eye contact with Khloe before standing up and complaining to the camera.

Little Joslyn pictured with her mother Anna Smith. The family live in Okmulgee, Oklahoma

Little Joslyn pictured with her mother Anna Smith. The family live in Okmulgee, Oklahoma

Joslyn makes eye contact with Khloe before standing up and complaining to the camera. Someone can be heard saying 'uh oh' as the clip comes to an end

Joslyn makes eye contact with Khloe before standing up and complaining to the camera. Someone can be heard saying ‘uh oh’ as the clip comes to an end

Someone can be heard saying ‘uh oh’ as the 30 second clip comes to an end.

Labradoodles are generally considered good family pets as they are generally affectionate and loving.

But their energy can make them boisterous and unpredictable, so could injure a child by accident.

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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