Some mean looking dogs in rural Victoria last weekend . They 'quietly' regard the vehicle parked next to them, containing a small white Yorkie terrier going absolutely ballistic out it's partly opened window. Fortunately the three bros' were securely chained to the ute. (image enlarges)
Reminds me of a funny incident in rural NSW. An old farmer arrived in town on his weekly visit, driving nice and slow in the back streets. In the rear of his ute was a somewhat more excited blue heeler cattle dog, hanging over the sideboards, looking for action. As the farmer slowed to negotiate a corner, the blue heeler spotted another dog. It was a Yorkie terrier, a lap dog snoozing in the sun on the footpath, outside the corner house.
In a flash the heeler flew out of the ute and in a couple of bounds pounced on the unsuspecting terrier. The ferocious mauling was all over in two seconds flat, before the heeler chased after the ute exiting the corner, effortlessly jumping onboard. Too easy.
It was a precision attack and took little more than five seconds. The poor little terrier never knew what hit it. Most likely it never again dozed on the footpath.