Australian woman left in hysterics after accidentally ordering a $15 bed for her eight-month-old dog that is the same size as its head
- Shae Bolog, 30, made the blunder when she changed the beds color online
- The edit switched the $15 bed’s size back to extra small for her Weimaraner
- When it arrived at her home in Melbourne, Australia, she thought it was a sample
A woman was left in hysterics after an online shopping blunder left her massive dog trying to sleep in a bed the same size as its head.
Shae Bolog, 30, was ordering her eight-month-old Weimaraner pooch, Soda, a new $15 extra-large bed when she made a quick change to the color from green to blue.
But unbeknownst to her, it had also automatically switched the size back to default extra-small.
When the bed arrived at her home in Melbourne, Australia, a few days later Shae, who works as a funeral director, thought the company had sent her a sample size.
An Australian woman was left in hysterics after she accidentally ordered an extra-small bed for her dog, which needed an extra-large, in an online shopping blunder. (Pictured) Her dog Soda with the tiny bed
Shae Bolog, 30, made the blunder when she switched the bed’s color from green to blue, which set it back to the default size extra-small
However, after figuring out her mistake, she couldn’t help but put Soda in the bed and even kept it as a hilarious memory.
She said: ‘When buying the bed we expected it to be the size of a large dog bed – I was ordering the green extra-large bed but then liked the blue, so changed the color.
‘This also led to the size reverting back to a tiny extra-small- which is roughly the size of Soda’s head!
‘When it arrived my jaw dropped and I thought it was a sample at first.
‘But then I realized what had happened and totally cracked up with laughter.
‘I got Soda to sit in it straight away, snapped some pictures and showed people.
‘My husband felt a bit sheepish but he laughed and shared it with his colleagues.
The bed, which is sold by Amazon, was delivered to her home in Melbourne, Australia. It is available in four different colors
Shae (right) pictured with her dog Soda and husband Adrian, 34, with the eight-month-old weimaraner
‘Family and friends had a good laugh at his and Sodas expense – most people thought it was absolutely adorable.
‘As soon as he saw the size my husband, Adrian, 34, made sure to correct the size and order Soda the new bed.
‘Even though it was tiny, we kept the bed as it was too cute to get rid of!’