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Brave Shiba Inu Takes On Evil Minion In Fierce Battle (Video)

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Dogs can sense true evil.

Thanks in part to the internet and social media, dogs of the Shiba Inu breed have managed to develop a reputation of being absolutely adorable. And it’s true. These little doggies are pretty darn cute (although they can be pretty sexy too). However, given the right set of circumstances they can also be absolutely ferocious. Take the case of Zoro for example. In the video below, you can see Zoro, a young Shiba Inu in Japan, taking on one of those ‘evil’ yellow creatures from the Despicable Me franchise, a Minion.

The video above is from Shiba Inu Zoro, a YouTube channel all about this adorable little dog named Zoro. Zoro burst onto YouTube in June with a video that immediately caught people’s attention and has gotten over 300,000 views to date. Recorded shortly after Zoro’s owner got the pup from the breeder, Zoro’s debut video, which you can see below shows a very sleepy Zoro struggling to stay awake.

Since this first video Zoro’s owners have been uploading more videos of Zoro’s very regularly and although most only get around a couple thousand views, every once in a while, Zoro manages to get tens or even hundreds of thousands of views.

For example, there’s the video below, which shows Zoro taking on a whoopee cushion. This one has racked up over 240,000 views.

And then there’s this one, which shows a very young Zoro encountering a mirror for the first time. This one has well over half a million views.

If you’d like to watch even more cute videos of Zoro, then make sure to check out Zoro’s YouTube channel here.

Source: Shibainu Zoro YouTube Channel via Grape Japan
Image: 【柴犬ゾロ】ミニオンズ!怒りながら遊ぶ! / Shibainu VS Minions (Shiba Inu Zoro YouTube Channel)

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