My Chihuahua Jack and his encounter with a bumble bee!

Jack, who you may know is my pet dog is a Chirweenie, half Chihuahua and half weenie dog. Jack is a curious 5 year old who loves to play with toys that I buy for him. He especially loves the squeaky toys, those make him go bananas!

https://animalso.com/breeds/chiweenie/

Jack loves to play outside in my yard and is fascinated with things that move. He will often play with stink bugs. One day there was a baby garden snake at my front door and he barked until it scooted away.

On another day I was inside my house working on my miniature projects. That is when I heard Jack barking (in his usual playful way). I went outside to investigate and, he was barking at a BUMBLE BEE. Yes, exactly, that is what I said, a BUMBLE BEE!!! I saw the wounded bumble bee and rushed to get the broom in order to remove it away from Jack. He then proceeded to try and get closer to it. I tried to take the bee away from the ground where this dog had it cornered with his paws. I was worried and scared that little Jack was going to get stung. He then proceeded to pick it up to try and eat it. I panicked! Why would this dog try and eat a bumble bee?! I then quickly shoved the bumble bee away from him and was able to remove it from our yard.

I am happy to say that Jack is safe and sustained no injuries, he did NOT get stung by the bumble bee even though I was a nervous wreck. With his little smart attitude, Jack walked in the house like nothing had happened, went to his water bowl, took a sip of water and decided to take his afternoon nap after his victory against the bumble bee.

http://www.vetstreet.com/dogs/bee-stings-in-dogs

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