Dog owner gets a shock when her pet discovers an abandoned sex toy while out for a walk
- Lissa Cross from Canterbury, New Zealand, was walking her dog Huni by a river
- Huni, a Staffordshire mastiff cross, disappeared into some nearby trees
- She returned with a pink rubber sex toy in her mouth and refused to let go
A dog has given her owner a very rude shock after refusing to put down an abandoned sex toy she found while on their morning walk.
Lissa Cross from Canterbury, New Zealand, was walking her four-year-old Staffordshire mastiff cross Huni along the river.
Huni suddenly disappeared into some nearby trees – only to reappear moments later with her ‘new toy’.
Hunni gave her owner Lissa Cross, 48, a shock when she discovered a sex toy among some trees
After nearly an hour of trying to get the pooch to put down her new rubber toy, Lissa (pictured) said Huni finally relented
The mother-of-two, 48, said she burst into laughter upon seeing her pet with the abandoned sex toy in her mouth and added she had a difficult time getting Huni to let it go.
After nearly an hour of trying to get the pooch to put down her new rubber toy, Lissa said Huni finally relented – but made sure to bury it in a safe place ‘for next time’.
Calf rearer Lissa said: ‘I was at the river with her on our usual morning walk, when suddenly she ran into some nearby trees.
‘After a bit of noise she emerged looking pretty happy with herself and this new weapon hanging from her mouth.
Huni disappeared into some nearby trees – only to reappear moments later with her ‘new toy’
‘I couldn’t believe what I was seeing. I tried to get her to drop it but she just wouldn’t let it go.
‘When we got back to the car, she tried to jump into the seat with the toy in her mouth.
‘She has always loved rubber dog toys, so she really did not want to let go of it.
‘But when she finally realised she wouldn’t be allowed, she went and buried the thing.
‘I have no idea where it came from or why it was there. But it certainly made me laugh until I cried, it was hilarious.’
Lissa posted photographs of Huni’s ‘new toy’ online where it quickly attracted attention – racking up over two thousand likes, shares and comments on Facebook.
She said: ‘I had to share it, and I’m glad it could make people smile. It certainly wasn’t our average morning walk.
‘Huni is such a playful, caring dog with lots of character, and she is very loyal and protective.’