Man Claims His Guard Dog Is In Cahoots With A Wild Bear In Exchange For Deer Bones

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On May 8, Canadian Jesse Jordan resorted to posting on Twitter to discuss his dog’s strange new late-night habits. 

Jordan made a claim that his guard dog, Brickleberry, otherwise known as Brick, is in cahoots with a black bear in their area by accepting snacks from this wild animal. The smart bear allegedly offers Brick deer bones to chomp on as a distraction in exchange for uninterrupted access to the household garbage. Although the dog owner hasn’t seen this x-deal happen with his own two eyes, he shared his opinion on Twitter and all his posts have since gone viral.  

“My idiot furry son has one job at night – bark at things and make them go away. Easy, right?” the Northern Ontario native shared online. “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.”

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In the viral post that has earned over 328,000 likes, 82,000 shares and over 2,000 comments, Jordan shares photos of Brick, who is a mix of a mastiff, hound, and beagle looking extremely happy beside his gifted deer bones, and the mess of trash the bear has left behind. 

“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 shared. “Brick was chewing on something that I initially figured was something from the garbage, or maybe a stick — but it turned out to be a big chunk of bone that absolutely wasn’t anything I had bought him,” he said.

Adding to this strangely funny story, Jordan shares how he raised Brick by hand, as the pup’s mom passed away shortly after he was born, adding that he is “great with kids, and apparently bears.”

In lieu of all the comments Jordan has received, he responded regarding the dog’s safety insisting that bears are “a nuisance in northern Ontario and not typically a threat.”

Even if the father of three hasn’t seen any proof, bear rummaging through trash bins during the spring season doesn’t come as a surprise. “This time of year, black bears are notorious for raiding trash bins, camps, cottages, orchards,” Jordan said. “Literally anything that smells like food.”

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