Dog Struts Into Store With A "Christmas Mission" Leaving The Internet Doubled Over
Cailyn Finkel 11/16/2018
While it's shameful to admit, nearly every all of us can say we've taken something that isn't ours at one point in our lives. No matter if it's on purpose or a total accident, stealing leaves you with a pang of guilt that can't pass until you fess up to your wrongdoings – at least that's the case for most of us. We need to set things straight if we ever want to get a good night's sleep again!
But there's one literal sly dog who doesn't get the same type of butterflies in his stomach when he does something wrong. Instead, he waltzes right into the place like he owns the joint, cases the aisles and selects the tastiest treat for himself. It's amazing what you can accomplish with a little confidence and sneaky paws!
Even though the pup left undetected by the human eye, there was something watching: the shop's security camera.
The surveillance camera caught this clever dog as he entered a store with one mission in mind – he was determined to get himself a yummy Christmas treat. The furry bandit obviously knew Santa was on his way soon, so he got overly excited and snagged himself an early present. Can we blame him?
His mind raced as he contemplated the perfect Christmas treat. Would a steak be best? Or would a bag of dog treats be better?
Thankfully, the cameras kept rolling as the sneaky pup paced the aisles looking for the good stuff. He was clearly focused on the mission at-hand.
Surprisingly, the pups walked past the meat aisle and headed straight for the dog food. The four-legged thief quickly sniffed out the aisle with delicious rawhide bones and proceeded to grab one for himself. He wasn't wasting any time when he could be caught in such a red-pawed manner!
Without another thought, the pup sped out the door, leaving all shop's workers rolling with laughter. There was no way they could stop such a sweet (and sly) Christmas.
This hilarious clip is clear proof even animals enjoy a Christmas present or two! So, keep this sneaky pupper in mind when you're jotting down your Christmas list - you don't want to leave your beloved pup to run amuck around town, nabbing bones and causing a scene!