By Anonymous - United States - Evanston
Today, I laughed at my grandma's chihuahua poodle mix, as it barked at me entering the house. "What are you going to do, nibble me to death?" is apparently enough to make it jump and bite me. I needed five stitches. FML
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  orbit  |  22

Could it have been a wild squirrel with rabbis that found it's way into her house? I mean Chihuahuas and squirrels look pretty similar.

  Voij  |  16

One of the most terrifying mixes. Aggressive insecurity of the Chihuahua combined with the anti-christ in dogform, the Poodle... I'd say the OP was lucky that he managed to survive at all.

  dragonkisses28  |  25

Awww I had a chaweenie, a dachshund, and a St Bernard. The little one was actually very protective...of me. :) He thought he was a big boy. They were all so jealous of each other I couldn't pet one without petting the other two or the little rat, a 100 pound slobber factory, and the hotdog would all try to get in my lap. Sorry, OP. Those chihuahuas are little but vicious.

  RayneSmytson  |  24

Animals are very predictable, especially dogs. It's just that most people can't read the body language. The barking was the dog warning OP to stay away, and I'm guessing there would have been growls, ears laid back, posture would have been aggressive.
Just because you can't read the signs doesn't mean they don't exist.