One morning, Sergio Vazquez, the water distribution manager in Mexico City, was on a delivery route alongside one of his drivers when they decided to buy groceries in Tezoyuca, Mexico City's metropolitan area. They decided to eat in a small place where customers go to the window to order. As they stood in line, they noticed a black and brown dog walking towards them.
Dog asks, but not for food
The dog approached Vazquez and began scratching his leg. Of course, Vazquez assumed that the seemingly homeless dog was begging for food.
"The driver said I should give him weight [5 cents in USD] to see what he does with it, "Vazquez told The Dodo.
He could not believe what happened next. When Vasquez held up the coin, the puppy stood on his hind legs and took the coin from his hand. But what came next really shook Vazquez.
The dog went to the food stall, put his head down on the counter and dropped the coin on it.
Vazquez joked, "He wants to know what he can buy with it." But the joke was focused on him, for he saw one of the workers take the coin and walk away to fetch something while the dog waited patiently.
Smart Pup Buy Hot Dog for yourself
After a moment another employee appeared with a hot dog, which the dog took and ate. Since no one else seemed to be out of this incident, it was obvious to Vazquez that it happened at least once.
"I celebrate all the dogs, but this one is special," he said. "It has warmed my heart to see what he is doing, he does that to anyone who comes to the store."
Vasquez recorded the meeting and posted it on Facebook. He quickly collected over 14 million views and thousands of comments from people, many of whom were certainly as fascinated and impressed Cabrón's trick.
Stray dog turns out to be the owner
Indeed Some have to do with learning that behavior Eating is not something to laugh about. Fortunately, Vazquez came to find out Cabrón was not a stray, but actually belonged to the owner of the food stall.
Although it's unclear who exactly taught him the trick, that's for sure smart puppy proved how imaginative and "street smart" dogs can be.