Did it snow? Dog owner discovers her yard covered in white fill after naughty puppy ripped her bed to shreds
- Hannah Johnstone, 21, returned home to see Indie’s dog bed dismembered
- Her patio in Queensland, Australia, was covered with white polyester
- The destruction took place when Mrs. Johnstone left for five hours on March 3
This is when a pet owner discovers her yard covered in a ‘snowdrift’ of white fill after her Staffordshire Bull Terrier puppy ripped to shreds her dog bed.
The clip, shared with TikTok, captures the astonished woman walking out to her terrace in Queensland, Australia, to discover she has drowned in white polyester.
While Hannah Johnstone, 21, watches the scene, she turns to her eight-month-old puppy Indie and asks, ‘What have you done?’
The destruction occurred when Mrs. Johnstone left home to work on March 3 and Indie was alone for five hours.
Eight-month-old Indie tore her dog bed at home in Queensland, Australia, when her owner Hannah Johnstone went to work
While Mrs. Johnstone, 21, watches the scene on March 3, she turns to her eight-month-old puppy Indie and asks, ‘What have you done?’
‘I took Indie to the dog park the day before this happened and we had a great time, got so much energy out and all,’ said the barista.
‘I leave for work early in the morning and come back around 10.30 am.
‘It was so funny because when I get home I always see the dogs wagging at the sliding door, all happy to see me, so I’m excited to go over to them and open the door.
“In the corner of my eye I just see white, I actually thought it had snowed for a moment until I realized there was fluff everywhere!”
Indie, who has an older sibling named Lulu, had been left alone long enough to wreak havoc.
The destruction occurred when Mrs. Johnstone left home to work, and Indie was left alone for five hours
The cheeky pup was in the wreckage of her dog bed when Mrs. Johnstone got home
“After my sanity hit me and I realized it’s not snowing in Queensland, Australia, I immediately went looking for the source of the fill,” Ms. Johnstone said.
‘I definitely didn’t think it was her own dog bed given how much padding there was, so I thought she had somehow ripped my sister’s oversized teddy bear or the couch or something.
I honestly didn’t realize how much filling a dog bed could have.
Indie (above), who has an older sibling named Lulu, was left alone long enough to wreak havoc in the house
“As if they designed the bed with as little padding as possible for dogs who are likely to tear it apart!”
After initially shocked at the sight of Indie’s torn dog bed, Mrs. Johnstone saw how much fun her pup was having and didn’t have the heart to tell her.
She added, ‘Honestly, she looked like she was having the best time surrounded by the filling I just cleaned up – it took about an hour because the filling was soft and not clumping.’