Sneaky Prairie Dog Is Caught Red-Handed Stealing Real Dog’s Food

LoriAnnLyndePublished: December 8, 201673,135 views
Published: December 8, 2016

Just because you have the word "dog" in your title doesn't mean you're an actual dog! Watch this funny prairie dog steal some of a real dog's dinner!

This is the hilarious moment when a prairie dog is caught red-handed in the act of stealing dog’s food. A pet prairie dog is approaching the bowl filled with dog food and sniffs on the dry crackers nested inside. When owner confronts the sneaky rascal, the prairie dog is seen rushing inside its cage and hiding in the corner of shame.

Footage shows the adorable monologue this owner pulls when trying to reprimand her prairie dog and teach her a lesson about her origins, continuously stressing “you are not a dog”. Occasionally, the little animal stopped, probably trying to figure out what’s so funny.

Moments later, the furry animals makes another inglorious attempt, giving the dog food another try. It is hilarious how this strange behavior of the prairie dog even interested the feline pet to come closer and check what that magic bown has to offer. Only the real dog is nowhere to be found in this household full of sneaky pets!

In the wild, prairie dogs tend to eat grass, plants, and leaves. As captive pets, it is essential to feed a diet that approximates what they eat in the wild in order to prevent dietary-related diseases such as obesity, malnutrition, and gastrointestinal disorders, which are among the more common health disorders in captive prairie dogs.

Prairie dogs are herbivorous burrowing rodents native to the grasslands of North America.They are a type of ground squirrel, found in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Despite the name, they are not actually canines.

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