'Brickleberry', the mastiff mix, is reportedly in cahoots with a black bear. According to Brickleberry's owner, the bear is bribing his dog with deer bones to get access to his trash for food.
As of late, a Canadian mastiff mix owner was left confused after he understood that a wild creature may have bamboozled him to access his garbage. Jesse Jordan, of Northern Ontario, has lived with Brickleberry a.k.a. Brick for one year, after the little pooch's mother, passed on three days after she gave birth to ten puppies.
In spite of the fact that the mastiff part hound part beagle mutt looks extremely adorable, Jordan had been wanting to enroll his pet as a gatekeeper to ward off the bears from his garbage during the evening. One bear, notwithstanding, obviously had everything planned out like a total boss!
In a progression of tweets this week, Jordan uncovered that his 'idiot furry kid' had effectively been bribed with a deer bone by a local bear on three separate events. The bear, he guarantees, traded the bone treat for some time in the family's trash. While the initial experience appeared to be a mishap and the second incited Jordan to investigate things, by the third time, he disclosed to People he realized the bear was no rookie!
"I declared the bear my nemesis, which was probably pretty awkward for my dog to hear because as someone pointed out in the thread, it’s pretty clear that Brick is friends with this bear at this point," Jordan stated in a joking manner. Jordan initially brought the hilarious event to light in a thread of tweets on Wednesday. He additionally shared two photographs of his puppy, who seemed to be enjoying biting on his new bones.
"My idiot furry son has one job at night – bork at things and make them go away. Easy, right? However, a bear has learned that my furry son can be bought,” he wrote. “This is the THIRD TIME he’s been gifted deer bones in exchange for being allowed access to my trash, AND HE KEEPS DOING IT."
My idiot furry son has one job at night - bork at things and make them go away. Easy, right?— Jesse 'Writer, Not Writer*' Jordan (@JesseNeon) May 8, 2019
HOWEVER, a bear has learned that my furry son can be bought. This is the THIRD TIME he's been gifted deer bones in exchange for being allowed access to my trash, AND HE KEEPS DOING IT. pic.twitter.com/6NOKiFNLgm
Proceeding, Jordan recognized how he undeservingly gave his puppy a "position of power", which the pooch obviously had no clue how to deal with. "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," he stated.
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
Of the disclosure, Jordan revealed to People he realized that something was off from the first run through when Brick was discovered biting on a bone that he hadn't purchased for his pet. "I opened my front door to see the garbage bags shredded to pieces, their contents all over the yard, likely from being shaken to get the ‘good stuff’ out," Jordan expressed about the first occurrence.
Regardless of being influenced thrice, Jordan clarified on Twitter that despite everything he felt Brick was 'the best boi' who was 'great with kids and apparently bears,' He additionally disclosed to certain followers who were worried that he should never enable Brick to rest outside, which he does now and again on the off chance that he felt the pooch's life would be placed in peril.
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