Dog Gets Confused By Owner's Reflection During Game Of Hide And Seek
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An adorable clip shows the moment a playful pup got confused by a mirror during a game of hide and seek with his owner.
Shane McRae was hiding from his 10-month-old Golden Retriever Moose while playing a game at their home in Irvine, California.
Footage caught by Shane shows him hiding behind the bathroom door, which has a huge mirror opposite.
Shane can be seen with his hood up, filming Moose's search, while his partner encourages the dog to seek out his owner.
As Moose frantically runs through the house looking for Shane, he enters the bathroom and spots Shane's reflection in the mirror.
Having found Shane, it should mean game over and Moose is the winner. However, you can see a look of confusion cross the dog's face as, while he can see his owner in the mirror, he doesn't seem to realise that Shane is actually stood behind him.
The cute pooch eventually twigs that Shane is behind him and he's won the game - running over to claim his reward in the form of several pats.
What did we do to deserve dogs, eh?
Last month, a dog owner shared a hilarious clip showing her beloved pooch after he had picked up a set of false teeth and ran around with them in.
Stacie Owen's little Jackapoo Milo had recently taught himself to open drawers and while he was at it managed to grab a set of Stacie's mum's dentures - giving himself a winning smile in the process.
Stacie said she first realised something was up when Milo had gone very quiet upstairs. Suspecting the cheeky chap might be up to no good, she went to investigate.
Stacie explained: "I wondered why he went quiet and found him in the bedroom with my mum's old dentures.
"He likes to hold things in his mouth, he feels very proud when he has something. Whenever we go on a walk he will always bring something home."
Thankfully, Stacie filmed the clip, so at least we all got a laugh out of it. Stacie uploaded the clip to Facebook where it quickly racked up thousands of views, comments and likes.
Keep up the good work, dogs.