'You're going to be a big sister': Hilarious video shows dog doing a double take when her owner tells her the family are getting a new puppy

  • Footage shows the owner telling the dog the family are getting a new puppy
  • At first, the German Shepherd does not appear to register what she is saying
  • She then turns to face her with a shocked expression, as the news sinks in

Telling your only child that another baby is on the way can be a challenging task at the best of times.

And breaking the news to your dog that the family is getting another puppy is no easier, it would seem.

This is the hilarious moment a dog appears to do a double take when her owner tells her the family is going to get a new puppy.

Footage from Labadie, Missouri, shows the owner breaking the news to the German Shepherd, called Artie, as she sits in the front seat of a car.?At first, Artie does not appear to register what she is saying

Footage from Labadie, Missouri, shows the owner breaking the news to the German Shepherd, called Artie, as she sits in the front seat of a car.?At first, Artie does not appear to register what she is saying

Footage from Labadie, Missouri, shows the owner breaking the news to the German Shepherd, called Artie, as she sits in the front seat of a car.

'Artie, I've got some good news,' she says.?'You're going to be a big sister.'

At first, Artie does not appear to register what she is saying.

'We're getting a new puppy,' she continues. 'You're going to have a little brother.'

What? Slowly, Artie turns to face her with a shocked expression, as the bombshell appears to sink in

What? Slowly, Artie turns to face her with a shocked expression, as the bombshell appears to sink in

Slowly, Artie turns to face her with a shocked expression, as the bombshell appears to sink in.

'Yeah, a little brother. A puppy,' she says. 'What do you think about that?'

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