It astonishes me that people actually search for videos of dogs attacking ANYTHING, but they do. That’s where I come in…
I get a lot of flack for my misleading video titles. Clearly, Suvi is not “attacking” this child (who happens to be my nephew). I get comments from angry YouTubers suggesting that they got betrayed because my dog(s) were not actually attacking anyone and that I should change the title of my videos. There are many videos throughout YouTube with misleading titles and I’ll admit, I get annoyed when I search the “official” video for my favorite band or the “official” trailer for an upcoming movie I want to see and I end up watching a grainy video from someone who pointed a video camera at their home television. These people are obviously just looking to get views.
This is different.
27.8 million people have watched Ramsey, Pablo and Suvi on YouTube and I couldn’t care less. Don’t get me wrong – I want people to enjoy my videos. It never gets old reading comments or emails from people who tell me that Ramsey, Pablo and Suvi helped them through the loss of a family pet. Or from college students who are away at school and these videos got them through an extended time away from their own dog. But the greatest satisfaction I get from posting all these videos is when people tell me that they or their parents were previously misinformed about dobermans or pit bulls or even chihuahuas and that my videos helped them see just how great these breeds truly are. So the idea that someone stumbles upon my videos when searching for a doberman attack to reaffirm their breed prejudice and realizes just how wrong they’ve been all this time gives me enough reason to continue mislead people…in a good way. Enjoy the video!