His human father shared with the internet that his dog sucks at being a guard dog and has let a bear barge into his house thrice.
If you think your dog is loyal to you, no matter what, then you haven't had anyone luring him with deer bones. Something similar happened with a Twitter handler @JesseNeon, who shared about his plight, and how his dog betrayed him not once but for the third time, and it is indeed hilarious.
He shared a slew of pictures of Ontario resident and explained that on three different occasions his 'furry idiot son' Brickleberry let a bear rummage through his thrash after he was bribed with bones. Jesse, in fact, shared that his dog was not a very good guard dog, as he has allowed a bear to conveniently enter the house premises and mess their trash, and in exchange, he was gifted deer bones by the bear.
In the pictures, Brickberry can be seen enjoying his bribe. Jesse believes that he is a “mastiff/hound mutt with some beagle in him, and is the best boy. He is great with kids and apparently bears.” Jesse raised him up after his mother died a few days after he was born.
The innocent yet funny incident's picture evidence has gone viral and the crime scene of trash does look like that there was someone desperately looking for something inside the trash can, and when not found anything, the intruder left the place in a mess. The post has garnered more than 83,073 retweets and 326,582 Likes, and people are finding this crime story one of the cutest one.
Although I basically handed my dog this position of power, it's become very clear that he has no idea how to actually do the job properly; now not only do I have to clean up a huge mess, I see him putting his own self-interest first. Clearly, I have no choice but to impeach him.— Jesse 'Writer, Not Writer*' Jordan (@JesseNeon) May 8, 2019
I -have- to turn off notifications for this thread, but I'll leave you all with one final reminder that black bears are a nuisance in northern Ontario and not typically a threat, meaning Brick is very much not likely to get eaten. If he was, I wouldn't let him sleep outside. pic.twitter.com/I1gtj5iXuU— Jesse 'Writer, Not Writer*' Jordan (@JesseNeon) May 9, 2019
Here are some of the reactions:
Seems like their relationship is fairly established. It's doubtful the bear of the dog anticipate bothering each other. Instead, the are the funniest animal duo seen lately.— Trisherann (@Trisherann) May 9, 2019
The dog should be running the place by now. Workers should own the means of production.— Jesse Dahl (@thisistherevolt) May 8, 2019
This just sounds like you're not paying him enough.— Erin (@ErinandEmmainFL) May 8, 2019
If the bear is offering a better deal, you can't blame him for taking it. Capitalism.