30/07/2016 2:42 AM AEST

Brave Bulldog Tries To Save Girl In Horror Movie From Certain Trouble


Khaleesi the English Bulldog can’t exactly speak, but it’s pretty clear what she’s trying to say here — “Lookout behind you!”

The 4-year-old pup was watching the horror film “Crimson Peak” when she saw a little a little girl in a lot of trouble. Luckily, Khaleesi was ready to jump up and warn the girl by furiously barking at the screen.

Khaleesi didn’t quite save the day, but it’s good to know that she’s ready for any real-life, non-movie danger. 

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