Charlie Takes The Blame For Self Inflicted Cone of Shame

This mischievous puppy got more than he bargained for when he stuck his head in a giant urn.

Ten-week-old Charlie ended up creating his own DIY ‘cone of shame’ after he peered into the terracotta pot and couldn’t pull his head out again.

Owner Debbie Bond was forced to smash her beloved ornament so that the Collie and Springer Spaniel cross could breathe.

He was rushed to the vets and given a light sedation before the final portion of the urn was removed from around his neck.

These images show the pup gazing mournfully out of his accidental collar.

PIC FROM Kennedy News and Media (PICTURED: CHARLIE TRAPPED IN THE PLANT POT AFTER HIS OWNER DEBBIE BOND SMASHED THE POT WITH A HAMMER WHEN HE COULDN'T PULL HIS HEAD OUT OF IT AGAIN) This cheeky puppy ended up creating his own 'DIY cone of shame' that gave away his mischievous antics - after he got his head stuck in his owner's giant garden urn. Debbie Bond was forced to smash her beloved enormous terracotta pot after her 10-week-old puppy stuck his head inside last week - and couldn't pull it out again. The 58-year-old claims poor Charlie was screaming in terror until the quick-thinking secretary smashed the urn with a hammer so the Collie and Springer Spaniel cross could breathe. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPY - 0161 697 4266


PIC FROM Kennedy News and Media (PICTURED: CHARLIE RESTING IN ANOTHER PLANT POT IN OWNER DEBBIE BOND'S GARDEN WITH THE GARDEN URN HE LATER GOT TRAPPED IN NEXT TO HIM) This cheeky puppy ended up creating his own 'DIY cone of shame' that gave away his mischievous antics - after he got his head stuck in his owner's giant garden urn. Debbie Bond was forced to smash her beloved enormous terracotta pot after her 10-week-old puppy stuck his head inside last week - and couldn't pull it out again. The 58-year-old claims poor Charlie was screaming in terror until the quick-thinking secretary smashed the urn with a hammer so the Collie and Springer Spaniel cross could breathe. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPY - 0161 697 4266

Debbie, from Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, said that Charlie was subdued for the following day but now is back to his normal cheeky self.

She recalled how she was just a few feet away from Charlie, eating her breakfast on the patio, when trouble struck on Monday.

Debbie said: ‘It was quite a dangerous situation actually, because he’s only a few weeks old.

‘I heard this terrible noise of him screaming and turned around, rushed over and tried to pull his head out.

‘But it was so stuck that I knew he would suffocate if I didn’t do something quickly.

‘So I just ran in the house with him in my arms and the pot which was really heavy. I got a hammer and smashed it all around.

‘I hoped I didn’t hit his head obviously, but I knew I didn’t have much choice as we didn’t have long.’


I got a hammer and smashed it all around. ‘I hoped I didn’t hit his head obviously, but I knew I didn’t have much choice as we didn’t have long.’

PIC FROM Kennedy News and Media (PICTURED: CHARLIE AFTER BEING LIGHTLY SEDATED AT ABBEY GREEN VETS AND FREED FROM THE PLANT POT GARDEN URN) This cheeky puppy ended up creating his own 'DIY cone of shame' that gave away his mischievous antics - after he got his head stuck in his owner's giant garden urn. Debbie Bond was forced to smash her beloved enormous terracotta pot after her 10-week-old puppy stuck his head inside last week - and couldn't pull it out again. The 58-year-old claims poor Charlie was screaming in terror until the quick-thinking secretary smashed the urn with a hammer so the Collie and Springer Spaniel cross could breathe. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPY - 0161 697 4266

Debbie took him to Abbey Green Vets and once she knew he would be OK, she took a picture.

‘Now I know he’s alright I think it’s quite funny but at the time it wasn’t.’

Debbie said that the urn incident was not the first time that Charlie had caused havoc.

She said: ‘I think he must have nine lives because he’s also chewed the cable lamp while it was on. I call him “Cheeky Charlie”.

‘He’s absolutely fine now. He was very quiet the next day but now he’s back to normal.’

Abbey Green Vets said his arrival on Monday ‘brightened their morning.’


Written by Dr Jamie Branson

I provide a broad spectrum of news to View TV News whilst taking stories from the public and allowing people to hear about the real news every day of the week. Check out more at https://viewtvnews.com

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