Is it food? Is it a toy? Moment when cute golden retriever puppy is confused by a baby carrot & treat; & # 39;
- A golden retriever puppy was caught on camera who are thoroughly confused after meeting a baby carrot for the first time ever
- The puppy can not find out whether it was a toy or something to eat
- The root repels the puppy's attempts to pick him up with his teeth, but the puppy does not give up trying
Maxine Shen for Dailymail.com
Talk about playing with your food!
A golden retriever puppy from Denver, Colorado, was caught on the camera and was ridiculously cute during the very first introduction of a baby carrot.
The owner of Little Bodie said in the description of the clip that the puppy & # 39; wild & # 39; was about the small root vegetable, confirming the video of the meeting.
In the recently surfaced video, which seems to have been made in August 2017, the owner of Bodie can be seen by carefully placing a baby carrot for the curious muzzle of the puppy.
A golden retriever puppy from Denver, Colorado, was filmed when it was introduced to a baby carrot for the first time. In a video the puppy can be seen while playing with the carrot
The puppy immediately tries to grab the root with his teeth, but seems to have been looted because his canines do not sink completely into the hard vegetables. The only thing that Bodie seems to be able to do is roll the root around the hardwood floor.
Bodie then prances around and tries to grab the root with his paws, for slapping the floor with his paw.
The puppy then betrays the loss of interest in the root, walks away to sniff a toy before returning to the root to start a new attack.
No matter how hard the puppy tries, he can not hold the root too long and is seen and picks up and chases him on the floor
In the end, Bodie successfully takes the root with his mouth and moves a short distance so that he can enjoy his prize in peace, but almost immediately drops it.
This encourages Bodie to throw his head back and then sink to the ground, giving the idiosyncratic vegetable a desperate appearance.
Not one to be discouraged, Bodie steps backwards and pounces at the root, pursuing it while he is driving it across the floor.
The American Kennel Club says it is perfectly okay and nutritious to feed roots to dogs. However, the organization recommends that owners cut whole carrots into pieces or cut them into bite-sized pieces to prevent dogs from suffocating.