A Pup is Lost in a Sea of Polar Bears in the North Pole. Can You Find Him?

Christy Piña
·2 min read
Photo credit: Canine Cottages
Photo credit: Canine Cottages

From The Pioneer Woman

Santa Claus, his elves, reindeers, and Mrs. Claus aren't the only inhabitants of the North Pole. Plenty of adorable little polar bears call the Arctic Circle home, too. When Frechie pup, Pierre, joined his humans on a trip to the North Pole to visit Santa Paws, he got distracted by all the Christmas-loving polar bears and lost his owners in this holiday seek-and-find puzzle.

Canine Cottages, a chain of dog daycares based in the UK, created this fun, festive puzzle to bring a smile to your face, after a bit of a challenge, of course. "This brainteaser has had us stumped at Canine Cottages HQ," Shannon Keary from Canine Cottages said in a press release. "We hope our brainteaser has the public equally as puzzled and gets everyone into the Christmas spirit."

Help Pierre find his way out of the North Pole polar bears' annual Christmas party and return to his owners before they leave the Frenchie behind. But be warned: solving this holiday brainteaser is far from easy. Pierre is tiny and effortlessly blends in with his new friends. See if you can find him:

Photo credit: Canine Cottages
Photo credit: Canine Cottages

If you only allowed yourself a few seconds to try to solve this holiday seek-and-find puzzle and then gave up, you may want to go back and dedicate some more time to it. On average, it takes brainteaser-lovers about 2 minutes and 49 seconds to find the Frenchie. If you found him instantly, congratulations! I don't know how you did it, but I'm impressed.

As for those who are determined to find Pierre on their own, no matter how long it takes, stop scrolling. The solution is below.

I mean it.

You can do this.

Don't cave and look, unless you're absolutely certain you can't find him. (In which case, join the club.)

Last chance.

Photo credit: Canine Cottages
Photo credit: Canine Cottages

Happy holidays!