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Rescue corgi-husky-mix is found trying to open a box of his family’s favourite chocolates

Caught red-handed! Rescue corgi-husky-mix is found trying to open a box of his family’s favourite chocolates

  • Six-year-old Casper seen gnawing at a plastic box of Ferrero Rocher chocolates
  • The footage sees Casper push the plastic box around the room with his nose 
  • Casper was rescued from a shelter on January 8 2016 when he was one years old

This is the moment a cheeky corgi was caught trying to open a box of chocolates. 

Six-year-old Casper is seen gnawing at a plastic box of Ferrero Rocher chocolates when he is caught by his owner at home in Svábhegy, Budapest, Hungary.

The corgi-husky-mix, who was named Casper at the shelter because he howled like a ghost, is seen struggling with the cone-shaped chocolate box on the wooden floor. 

Six-year-old Casper is seen gnawing at a plastic box of Ferrero Rocher chocolates when he is caught by his owner at home in Svábhegy, Budapest, Hungary

The 30-second clip sees Casper push the plastic box around the room with his nose. 

His owner, who runs the casperthecrazycorgi Instagram which has 10,300 followers, captioned the clip on Christmas Day: ‘Trying to steal the family’s favourite chocolate.’

Casper was rescued from a shelter on January 8 2016 when he was one years old. 

The 30-second clip sees Casper push the plastic box around the room with his nose

Casper tries to bite open the plastic chocolate box

The 30-second clip sees Casper push the plastic box around the room with his nose and he tries to bite open the plastic chocolate box

The puppy was due to be put down at the shelter because he howled and disturbed the other dogs. 

The family were sent Casper from the shelter without meeting him beforehand.  

Speaking about rescuing him, his owner said: ‘He was in very bad condition full of serious wounds one big tooth up was missing.  

‘When he entered our apartment immediately had run in the kitchen and stole the family’s sausage from the table! 

The corgi-husky-mix, who was named Casper at the shelter because he howled like a ghost, is seen struggling with the cone-shaped chocolate box on the wooden floor

The corgi-husky-mix, who was named Casper at the shelter because he howled like a ghost, is seen struggling with the cone-shaped chocolate box on the wooden floor

‘That is how he introduced himself!! From the first moment he was an attention seeker, demander, loud guy but would never, ever attack us!

‘He is extremely goofy and I have so many videos and pictures of his goofy things! He has a great sense of humour.’

Casper had professional dog training for three months to adjust him to interacting with others and his owner described him as having a ‘very emotional’ side to him. 

Casper had professional dog training for three months to adjust him to interacting with others and his owner described him as having a 'very emotional' side to him

Casper had professional dog training for three months to adjust him to interacting with others and his owner described him as having a ‘very emotional’ side to him

‘However, in dog parks no matter what kind of dogs are there he always shows he is the boss! And funny but the dogs accept his royal habit,’ they added.  

Chocolate contains theobromine, a stimulant similar to caffeine, which can cause vomiting, increased heart rate, agitation and seizures in dogs. 

Most will experience vomiting and diarrhoea but consumption of chocolate can result in death for dogs.

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