It is the moment when a dog fails to recognize the difference between knocking on the door and knocking at the table.
Video begins with Michael Fearon, dog owner, telling Poppy that Poppy was trying to understand why someone had knocked.
The 34-year-old Mr Fearon from Bracknell in Berkshire first gave his dog his fist. Then he pointed out the black wooden desk next to him.
Poppy sat and watched intently. The dog was attentive as Mr Fearon began to rape the desk using this fist, but Poppy ran off to check who was there.
Michael Fearon, 34, goes to great lengths to help Poppy understand the difference between a knock at the door and other noises in their home in Bracknell, Berkshire
The two-year old crossbreed, despite Mr Fearon’s best efforts to stop him from running towards the front door every time he taps on a wooden table.
He was frustrated by his failure and called Poppy an idiot, but he resolved to make Poppy understand again.
He explained that he had made this video to teach my dog how not to assume that someone has knocked on her door.
He tried his hardest, but the Staffordshire Bull Terrier/German Shepherd crossbreed puppy didn’t get it. When Fearon came to knock, Fearon saw that his dog was distracted by the doorbell and started to bark.
“Ultimately, she stops barking as she runs towards the front door to make sure it is closed before turning around to bark one more at me.
Fearon, an Implementation Specialist who was angry at his failures, called his dog an “idiot”.
Fearon, who has owned Poppy since Poppy was a puppy, said that he still hasn’t been able to help her distinguish between knocks. However, he promised that they would ‘keep trying’.
He stated, “It is something that we are working towards. She gets excited whenever the door opens because she wants to play and meet everyone.”
“But she is sensitive to all kinds of knocks so I wasn’t trying to impress her with the fact that every knock doesn’t guarantee a visitor.