6 Videos Of Dogs Who Hilariously Talk And Bicker With Each Other

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All dogs have their own unique personalities. Some are quiet and reserved while others are energetic and all over the place.

No matter what personality your dog might have, one thing is for certain: they are not afraid to voice their opinion when they need to. And that doesn’t just apply to when they speak to us pet parents. If you have more than one dog at home, I’m sure you’ve seen some sibling squabbling or arguing between the two, or even three.

But if you haven’t seen how two dogs at home interact together, here are six videos of dogs hilariously talking and arguing with each other. Enjoy!

1. Two Golden Retrievers Arguing Over, Well, Something

In this cute video, we catch a beautiful Golden Retriever entering a room where his brother is hanging out. Immediately he starts to bicker and whine at his brother who continues to lie there quietly.

Eventually the other brother starts to argue back, and you can almost imagine them arguing over someone playing with the other’s toys.

It’s a cute back and forth between Golden Retriever siblings, and we wish we knew what they were really arguing about.

2. One Husky Wants To Play While The Other Just Wants To Nap

Sometimes you just don’t have the energy to do anything, and all you want to do is relax. That’s what one beautiful young Husky, Mishka, wanted to do as she was lying comfortable on an ottoman.

And then her sister, Laika, arrived with all the energy. In the video above, we catch an argument ensuing as Laika tries to entice her sister to come play. But Mishka, too comfortable in her spot, refuses to oblige.

Their pet parents even add in some subtitles to the arguing, which makes it even more entertaining to watch.

3. Two Young Puppies Playing And Bickering During A Road Trip

You might have seen it in the National Lampoon’s Vacation series. A father tries to take his family on a cross country road trip and often finds his children in the back seat bickering and getting into each other’s space. Maybe you’re a parent yourself and you’ve experienced it first-hand.

Whichever the case may be, even pet parents who have more than one dog sometimes have to deal with sibling rivalry on car rides. In the video above, we see two young puppies, Charles and Marley, as they play and argue in the back.

They paw and bark at each other, as their humans film them from the front. It’s adorable how they pass the time in the back seat.

4. Two Dog Brothers Quarreling Over Their Cat Sister

This clip is almost like a scene from the 1993 film Homeward Bound. You have the older brother dog, a Husky named Shadow, the younger more energetic brother, A Shiba Inu named Haro, and a feisty cat sibling.

In the clip above, Haro tries to play with his cat sibling who wants no part in it. That’s when big brother comes along to stop the bickering.

Shadow chases Haro to the love seat where he begins to scold his younger brother about bothering the cat. Haro tries to argue back but eventually listens to his older brother and calms down.

5. Boxer And German Shepherd Siblings Fight Over Bed

If you have siblings, this might bring back memories from your childhood. Having to share most everything when you don’t want to often leads to a lot of arguing and crying to mom. It’s no different for sibling dogs.

We watch in the clip above as this cute Boxer tries to slowly creep into the huge bed. But his German Shepherd brother wants none of it as he barks and throws a tantrum, wanting his brother off the bed.

It’s a hilarious video that will definitely make you shake your head and smile.

What do you think of these dogs who hilariously talk to each other? Do your dogs argue like siblings? Let us know in the comments below!

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