Dog owner shocked by discovery inside destroyed chew toy

A dog owner whose playful pooch tore apart one of her new chew toys was delighted to find a secret Easter egg hiding inside.

Reddit user SilverTigerstripes shared a photo of his puppy’s Consuela the Cactus toy, created by pet subscription service BarkBox.

To both the dog and owner’s delight, hidden inside Consuela’s plush exterior was a smaller toy seed just waiting to be played with.

Redditors seemed to love the clever toy design, with many recognizing it as a BarkBox original due to its unique “inception” style.

BarkBox has also previously made headlines with some of its more scandalous offerings….

one 4/20 subscription box was conveniently spinach-themed and one particular item that looked a bit more like a sex toy than a dog toy

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