VIDEO: A Clever Little Dog Tricks His Big Friend To Get His Toy

VIDEO: A Clever Little Dog Tricks His Big Friend To Get His Toy

People may think that they are smarter than dogs, but these two seem to be pretty clever – especially with each other.

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From Little Things:

It’s not just the trained pups who are incredibly smart animals. Service dogs definitely make a difference in the lives of those who need them, and even the family pet can sniff out danger before it strikes unsuspecting humans. These are only examples of dogs’ intelligence when they interact with people, but if you observe them when they play with other animals, you’ll see that their intelligence is just as apparent!

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One dog owner was able to catch on camera a shining example of just how clever his dog truly is while he was playing with another pet. The two adorable pups playfully squabble over a pink toy, and it seems like the bigger one has an advantage over the brown one.

When the toy falls on the ground, they both eye it before jumping off the chair. But the brown pup has an idea: In the blink of an eye, while his bigger companion is turned away from him, he sneaks under the chair! The confused dog sniffs around, trying to find his friend. He mistakenly forgets about the pink toy, and that’s when you see it…

Watch the clip until the end to find out how this clever brown pup managed to hoodwink his friend!

These fellas are TOO CUTE:

Written by Katie McGuire. Send your hate mail to the author at [email protected], or feel free to mean tweet me at @GOPKatie, where I will be sure to do very little about it.

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