Quarantined Guy Sends Out His Chihuahua To Buy Cheetos

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In these hard days, going out of home is a life-threatening act or similar to not only suicide but killing your own family members and other close ones as well some fellow citizens in the village, city or country. All media has taken the responsibility to spread the message of how dangerous of this Covid 19 virus as per the advice given by health officials and other authorities not to push the country into pathetic situations including self-life. No travel, no walking, keep distance, no office, no coffee shop, no pubs, etc. would put you the same as house arrest when you need to do the quarantine yourself. However, some of the people work on their own method or strategy to get a small habit that very difficult to give up very easily. However, a man from Mexico found an ingenious answer to repeat his habit.

Antonio Muno didn’t just give up his craving single bag of “ Cheetos “ when it popped into his head. Instead of taking a risk by going outside during this quarantine, he thought to send his pet dog to the store. “ Day three quarantine, I really wanted my “ Cheetos”, he said.

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Munoz arranges to send his dog to the department store across the street with a note that said, “Hello Mr. Shopkeeper. Please sell my dog some Cheetos, the orange kind, not the red ones, they’re too hot. She has $20 attached to her collar. WARNING: She will bite if not treated well. Your front neighbor.”

Chihuahua breeder Patricia Johanson says “It’s true that Chihuahuas have a reputation among some for being feisty, snappy, difficult to potty train, and loud. That’s because individuals differ significantly from one another within the breed. But they can definitely be trained and there are plenty of Chihuahuas in competitive sports, shows, and in movies, showing that they absolutely can be trained to advanced levels.” She explained the common misconception of Chihuahuas as well. 

Just as with any other dog breed, Johanson recommends positive reinforcement method when training Chihuahuas. She suggests using treats as a reward for good behavior: „The goal is for your dog to repeat behaviors that earn their rewards, like treats or affection. Rewards can include food, special treats, praise, and petting, playing with a favorite toy and so on.”