Adorable Dachshund's Reaction to Car Wipers Is the Cutest Thing You'll See Today

Pets bring so much joy to our lives, and this adorable dachshund’s reaction to car wipers is sure to be the cutest thing you’ll see today!

It looks like the family has gone out for a drive. It’s cloudy outside and may have been raining. The dog's dad and mom are sitting in the front seat, have parked the car in a secluded spot, and are just playing a little game with their dachshund.  

She’s a very pretty dog. Her copper coat is sleek and shiny. However, she’s a feisty one. And determined!

The lady dachshund really, really likes it when the windshield wipers are movin’! She loves to bark at them and follow them back-and-forth, back-and-forth. However, Daddy doesn’t see any reason for them to be on. He turns them off, but she is not havin’ it. She knows how to turn the wipers back on, and she does that very thing!

Dad tells her that they can’t have the wipers on because it’s not raining. He turns off the wipers, and Puppy reaches the switch and turns them right back on. Patiently, the dog dad tells Shortstuff that she’s going to get his windows dirty by putting her paws on them. Although, both the dog’s white paws and the car’s black interior look very clean.

Ms. D. isn’t interested in sitting down as her human suggests. She just wants to bark at the blades. He keeps switching them off, and she keeps turning them back on. At one point, she stumbles a bit as she engages the blades and another time she bites on the lever. The driver tells her, in his southern accent, that she can’t do that. The dog seems irritated by his correction, but she doesn’t let up.

Mom and Dad are having entirely too much fun. Their warnings that she will get hurt fall on deaf dog ears, and the game continues. Who knows how long this battle between the blades and the barker goes on!

Commenters are impressed by the dachshund’s intelligence; they call her clever and smart. Actually, the breed is described as bold, alert, vigilant, smart, and stubborn. Dachshunds are fine watch dogs, and their name is “badger dog.” They were bred to be able to dig into badger dens and roust out the badgers. 

Ironically, the breed name has nothing to do with hounding—or badgering—the dog into compliance! 

“Light in a messenger’s eyes brings joy to the heart, and good news gives health to the bones.” Proverbs 15:30

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