Dog Shy is a 1926 two-reel silent comedy film starring Charley Chase. Chase plays a young man with a fear of dogs. After being chased by one, he enters a phone booth and a young lady tells him her trouble: she is being pressured into marrying a wealthy duke against her wishes. He agrees to help her and meet at her home. He is, however, mistaken as a newly hired butler. After a series of hilarious misunderstandings and disasters, Chase is recognized as a hero and enjoys a happy ending.