Halloween howler! Hilarious moment a naughty puppy gets its head stuck inside a carved pumpkin decoration
- Rebecca Bowman left her Australian shepherd puppy Luke at home in Ontario
- While she was out the dog got a carved pumpkin stuck on top of his head
- Ms Bowman said the four-month-old puppy ate the lantern’s decorative lights
- She said Luke seemed happy peering through the carved lantern’s eye holes
This is the moment a dog owner returned home to find her puppy with his head stuck firmly inside a Halloween pumpkin.
Rebecca Bowman recorded the surreal scene as her four-month-old Australian shepherd dog bounded around ‘trying to peek through the eye holes’ of the jack-o’-lantern.
Ms Bowman had left Luke at home in London, Ontario, for just 15 minutes before she returned to the scene of chaos.
Luke the dog got stuck in a Halloween pumpkin at his owner’s home in London, Ontario, when Rebecca Bowman went outside for a quarter of an hour
Ms Bowman said Luke ate all the decorative lights which had been placed inside the pumpkin
In her footage she can be heard asking her pet: ‘Luke, what did you do?’
Several people try to catch the puppy who continues to bound around the kitchen, while their other dog, Beau, a 22-month-old male Australian shepherd, looks on.
According to Ms Bowman, Luke ate all the decorative lights which had been placed inside the pumpkin.
She said: ‘He must have started with just chewing on the decoration, then graduated to investigating the inside.
‘He seemed to be just trying to peek through the eye holes of the pumpkin rather than even bother trying to get it off.’
‘We pulled up to the house and my husband ran the bags in, but quickly ran back out of the house in hysterical laughter.
He yelled for me to come into the house and the only information he would give me is “You gotta see this.”
‘I was immediately worried until I got to the door and Luke was there to greet me with a massive bobbly pumpkin stuck on his head!’
She added: ‘I wouldn’t be surprised if he was up on that table the very second he heard the car pull away. The top of the decoration was chewed as well so I’m sure he had a total heyday while we were out.’
Eventually, the family were able to wrestle the pumpkin from Luke’s head
Ms Bowman told The Dodo: ‘It is literally all day and night that he is getting into things he shouldn’t, I swear he knows what he shouldn’t have and goes straight for it.
‘Since we brought him home we have had to pick up all things plastic, metal, ceramic, brick, even concrete items because he will chew/carry around anything but a dog toy!
‘On the first day we brought him home he was dragging a pipe wrench twice his size in the yard.’
The family eventually removed the pumpkin from Luke’s head but said he seemed totally unphased by the experience.