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Four foot Great Dane that was bought as a guard dog is terrified of EVERYTHING


Real life Scooby Doo! Great Dane who was bought as a guard dog is terrified of EVERYTHING from broccoli to a sock

  • Brewski, a four foot tall mutt, lives with Chris Fulton, 28, and wife Wylie, 27
  • Couple live in Ontario, Canada and say their 4ft tall mutt thinks he’s a lapdog
  • Despite buying him as a guard dog they say that he’s like a ‘real life Scooby Doo’ and is terrified of everything including brocolli

A couple who bought a huge Great Dane-cross hoping he’d grow up to be a guard dog has revealed he’s ‘terrified of everything’ even socks.   

Brewski, a four foot tall mutt, lives with Chris Fulton, 28, and wife Wylie, 27, in their two-bedroom home in Ontario, Canada.

The couple bought 196lbs Brewski in 2017 with the hope he’d act as a guard dog but say instead he’s grown up to be just like the famously fragile Scooby Doo.

Brewski, a four foot tall mutt, lives with Chris Fulton, 28, and wife Wylie, 27, in their two-bedroom home in Ontario, Canada. The couple are pictured holding the dog

Brewski, a four foot tall mutt, lives with Chris Fulton, 28, and wife Wylie, 27, in their two-bedroom home in Ontario, Canada. The couple are pictured holding the dog

The couple bought 196lbs Brewski in 2017 with the hope he'd act as a guard dog but say instead he's grown up to be just like the famously fragile Scooby Do

The couple adopted Brewski when he was seven weeks old and hoped he'd grow to be big enough to act as a guard dog

The couple bought 196lbs Brewski in 2017 with the hope he’d act as a guard dog but say instead he’s grown up to be just like the famously fragile Scooby Doo. The couple adopted Brewski when he was seven weeks old and hoped he’d grow to be big enough to act as a guard dog.

The couple adopted Brewski when he was seven weeks old and hoped he’d grow to be big enough to act as a guard dog.

But despite his huge size, the dog runs away from smaller animals, vegetables and pieces of plastic.  

Chris, who weighs less than Brewski, said: ‘We did want a guard dog, we knew what we were getting ourselves into and we wanted a big dog.

‘He’s actually just a scaredy cat and he’s super sweet but it wasn’t what we expected.

Chris (pictured with Brewski) who weighs less than Brewski, said: 'We did want a guard dog, we knew what we were getting ourselves into and we wanted a big dog.

Chris (pictured with Brewski) who weighs less than Brewski, said: ‘We did want a guard dog, we knew what we were getting ourselves into and we wanted a big dog.

Chris added that Brewski 'thinks he's a lapdog' despite his size and doesn't realise how big he is

Chris added that Brewski ‘thinks he’s a lapdog’ despite his size and doesn’t realise how big he is

‘He’s scared of everything, he’s scared of candy wrappers and he’s really scared of backing out of small places, if he gets stuck anywhere and has to back up, he doesn’t like it.

Chris also explained how loud noises scare him, and that the huge dog thinks he’s small enough to sit on his owners laps, despite weighing less than them.  

‘He’s terrified of the fire alarm.

‘He’s scared of everything, there’s too many things to list.

‘He’s good with other dogs but small animals he doesn’t like.

Chris also explained how loud noises scare him, and that the huge dog thinks he's small enough to sit on his owners laps, despite weighing less than them.

Chris also explained how loud noises scare him, and that the huge dog thinks he’s small enough to sit on his owners laps, despite weighing less than them.

‘It is very funny.

‘He thinks he’s a lapdog, he tries to sit on our laps and it can take the breath out of you.’

‘When he puts his paws on my shoulders we’re the same height.

‘He was tiny when we first got him.

‘He weighed about 15 pound but he started growing fast.’



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