Paw-fect fit? Hilarious moment German Shepherd squeezes into puppy’s pet carrier – ignoring the bigger dog crate right next to it
- Six-year-old Denver clearly believes he is a puppy as he climbs into a tiny carrier
- The video was filmed by Denver’s owner in Nashville, Michigan, on April 10
- His owner can be heard laughing hysterically as dog refuses to move from crate
This is the hilarious moment a large dog squeezes himself into a puppy-sized carrier as his owner watches in disbelief.
Six-year-old German Shepherd Denver clearly believes he is a puppy at heart as he climbs into the tiny crate in the trunk of his owner’s car that had been meant for a 10-week-old pup.
The video, filmed by his owner in Nashville, Michigan, on April 10, shows the moment the bushy tailed dog leads by example and stuffs himself into the small carrier.
Denver’s owner said: ‘I was attempting to get my two-year-old dog Hagen into the large kennel before I put my 10-week old puppy Lorcan in her small kennel.
‘Denver, my six-year-old dog, decided to jump up into a kennel and clearly chose the wrong one.’
In the video the dog owner can be heard erupting into fits of laughter as Denver follows her instruction meant for the younger dogs and is left with just his head and front paws poking out of the carrier.
His owner is laughing so hard she can barely get the words out to tell the dog ‘Denver come out’.
Six-year-old German Shepherd Denver climbs into the tiny crate in the trunk of his owner’s car that had been meant for a 10-week-old pup, in Nashville, Michigan, on April 10
It is a tight fit but Denver is not giving up on his mission to fit in the small puppy carrier
Denver looks confused as his owner bursts into hysterical laughter at the sight of him
She can then be heard saying: ‘I have to go back i’m gonna pee my pants’.
Denver shoots his owner a puzzled look but does not move from the small carrier where he looks quite comfortable.
The dog seems to associate being in the carrier with going on a car ride which he doesn’t want to miss out on, even if it does mean cramming himself into an inappropriately sized crate.