– A Nigerian,@jesstake, has said that her mother devised a way to keep her dog from going astray
– @jesstake said she tied a spoon around the pet’s neck instead of a leash
– Tweeps who said they know the method criticised it as an ineffective one
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A Nigerian lady with Twitter handle @jesstake has taken to Twitter to share what her mother did to her dog.
In a post on Friday, November 20, she said that her mother made a ‘necklace’ with a spoon ‘pendant’ and tied it around the animal’s neck to prevent it from running away.
Many people have reacted to the photos of the dog as they shared a similar experience and how that tactic may not be so effective
The Nigerian shared photos of the dog as people debated the effectiveness of the spoon method. @jesstake
The Nigerian lady said:
“Lmaooo my mum tied a wooden spoon to my dog’s neck to stop him from running away.”
See her tweet below:
Below are some of the reactions to the tweet:
“My neighbor did all this for their dog. Preventing it not to go out. The guy got tired of escaping self but the day he tried to squeeze his body my sister that dog ran out and never returned. Been a year now.”
“It is best you put Him/Her on a Leash. This idea wont last beyond a month as your dog will learn how to slant the spoon or wood soon enough and manoeuvre the obstacle.”
“Nigerian mothers will always find a way.”
“I love Nigeria mother, our mother is the best with ideas. Thank your mum.”
“Na this one be every problem get him solution.”
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Meanwhile, Bioreports earlier reported that the saying that dogs are human’s best friends could be right in the case of a little girl whose video of her performing alongside a dog went viral.
In the clip that has been watched over two million times, the girl and her pet were in sync as they showed off some creative gymnastic moves.
The canine beauty also seemed to understand every of the girl’s commands as it responded well to all her hand signs.
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