Australian woman left in hysteria after accidentally ordering a bed of $ 15 for her eight-month-old dog the size of his head
- Shae Bolog, 30, made the blunder when she changed the color of the bed online
- The operation switched the size of the bed from $ 15 to extra small for her Weimaraner
- When she arrived at her home in Melbourne, Australia, she thought it was a piece of cake
A woman remained under the spell of hysteria after an online blunder had her huge dog sleeping in a bed the same size as his head.
Shae Bolog, 30, ordered her eight-month-old Weimaraner dog, Soda, a new extra-large bed of $ 15 when she quickly changed color from green to blue.
But without her knowledge, it had also automatically switched the format back to standard extra-small.
When the bed arrived at her home in Melbourne, Australia, a few days later, Shae, who works as a funeral director, thought the company had sent her a sample.
An Australian woman remained in trouble when she accidentally ordered an extra small bed for her dog, who needed an extra large in an online blunder. (Photo) Her dog Soda with the small bed
Shae Bolog, 30, made the blunder when she changed the color of the bed from green to blue, making the standard size extra small
However, after figuring out her mistake, she couldn't help but put Soda in the bed and even held it as a hilarious memory.
She said: & When we bought the bed, we expected it to be the size of a large dog bed – I ordered the green extra large bed but then I found it blue, so the color changed.
& # 39; This also led to the size going back to a small extra-small – about the size of Soda's!
& # 39; When it arrived, my mouth fell open and at first I thought it was a monster.
& # 39; But then I realized what had happened and was completely crazy about laughter.
& # 39; I immediately let Soda sit in it, snarled some photos & showed people.
& # 39; My husband felt a bit sheepish but he laughed and shared it with his colleague & # 39; s.
The bed, which is sold by Amazon, was delivered to her home in Melbourne, Australia. It is available in four different colors
Shae (right) depicted with her dog Soda and husband Adrian, 34, with the eight-month-old weimaraner
& # 39; Family and friends have laughed at being good and cost Sodas – most people thought it was absolutely cute.
& # 39; As soon as he saw my husband's size, Adrian, 34, decided to correct the size and order Soda for the new bed.
& # 39; Although it was small, we kept the bed because it was too cute to get rid of it! & # 39;
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