Pet owner takes drastic measures to ensure landlord can't see their dog – can YOU spot it? | The Sun

THERE'S nothing worse than finding the perfect home and realising the landlord doesn't allow pets, whether it's your new puppy or cat.

This is exactly what happened to one person – who was then forced to take drastic measures to hide their adorable dog on the day the owner of the property came around for a check-up.

Instead of hiding their mini puppy in a closet, the anonymous owner decided take a more creative – and turns out, effective – approach to the problem.

The now-viral video, which has garnered close to a whopping 50million views on TikTok, sees how the pet lover tackled the issue… by dressing their furry friend in a cute panda costume.

To make sure it's well-hidden, they then placed the four-legged family friend next to a couple of panda toys of different sizes – and the dog blended in perfectly.

''When your landlord is coming and doesn't allow pets…'' read the text by the clip.

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''No dogs allowed…no problem,'' the pet fanatic chuckled in the caption.

And it seems that the trick worked a charm, as thousands on baffled social media users admitted they couldn't spot the ''panda''.

One joked: ''Camouflage Level 10,000.''

Someone else added: ''Please I had to watch this like four times before I noticed (sic).''

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''All I see are panda dolls,'' a third was struggling to see the cute puppy.

Another viewer added: ''He understood the assignment.''


One more chimed in: ''Omg I seriously didn't even see the dog, camouflage training excelled."

Did you spot the mini dog? How long did it take you?

If you're like us and need some help, the cheeky little pet is sitting right by the big panda toy on its right shoulder.

The black and white fur make it even more difficult to see the furry friend, so it's no surprise many found it a challenge.

But do you need to take such drastic measures and find a panda costume when renting in the UK?

According to the Government, the Renters (Reform) Bill will ensure landlords do not unreasonably withhold consent when a tenant requests to have a pet in their home, with the tenant able to challenge unfair decisions.

To ensure there is no damage caused to the property by the four-legged friends, the new bill will also allow landlords to require insurance covering pet damage.

This means that any damage caused by a pet can be taken care of, ''and that the responsibility for preventing and resolving damage caused by a pet will fall to the tenant''.

Where there is a disagreement between the landlord and the pet owner, a tenant can escalate their complaint to the Private Rented Sector Ombudsman or through the court which makes the final decision based on the evidence provided by both parties.

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