Naughty beagle peeps out of hole he has made in the sofa

Bad dog! Naughty beagle peeps out of hole in sofa when he is caught ripping the furniture apart

  • Tua-ngork, a naughty beagle puppy, ruins the family sofa by ripping it apart
  • His besotted owner, Sirichar, calls the destroyed sofa ‘a great piece of artwork’ 
  • A video of the damage was filmed in Maha Sarakham, northeastern Thailand

A naughty beagle puppy called Tua-ngork peeps out of hole he made in the sofa when he is caught caught by his owner ripping the furniture apart.

But rather than get a scolding, his besotted owner, Sirichar, calls the damage ‘a great piece of artwork’ and the pup goes on to destroy the rest of the couch.

Footage of the puppy’s creation was filmed in the family’s house in Maha Sarakham, northeastern Thailand.

Naughty beagle puppy, Tua-ngork, peeps out of hole he made in the sofa when he is caught caught by his owner ripping the furniture apart in the family’s house in Maha Sarakham, northeastern Thailand

The clip shows the cheeky pooch pop his head out of a hole he has made in the sofa when his owner calls him.

He has made the hole just about big enough for his body to fit through and he wiggles out. 

However, his ‘artwork’ does not end there as the pooch is seen happily continuing to tear apart the sofa’s sponge using its teeth and paws.  

Later in the video, his owner surveys the full extent of his destruction as the camera pans over what is now a giant hole in the sofa.

Tua-ngork stays hidden in the inside of the couch this time, 

Later in the video, his owner surveys the full extent of his destruction as the camera pans over what is now a giant hole in the sofa.

His forgiving owner Sirichar said: ‘My little sweetheart is creating a great piece of artwork. 

‘He looks so joyful with biting the couch.’

The video was filmed on September 23 and later posted online.

Beagles are well-known for their rowdy, destructive, and sometimes disobedient behaviour which stems from the breed’s origin as a hunting dog

Lots of energy in a domestic setting can turn to boredom – leading to destructive behaviour.

According to a survey by Good Move, who surveyed pet owner’s across the UK, beagles were ranked the sixth most destructive pet, with the Moggie Cat claiming the top spot.

Last year a mischievous pair of beagles are were dubbed Britain’s naughtiest pooches – after they destroyed more than £6,000 of their owner’s designer handbags and shoes.

Six-year-old Reg and five-year-old Ron munched their way though two designer handbags, a leather armchair, a pair of Dubarry boots, two pairs of Ugg slippers as well as countless other pairs of shoes. 

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