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Eye Test: Can You Spot The Dog Hiding In This Photo Of Flowers In 10 Seconds?

Some things are so joyful, they put a smile on everyone’s faces. A baby’s first laugh, finding money in a coat pocket, the first snowfall of the season, that first sip of a good cup of cocoa, the opening shots of your favorite film, the smell of crunching leaves in the fall, when your favorite song comes on the radio. And of course, a puppy playing in a meadow of flowers. However, in these three photos, the pups are hiding among the plants. How long will it take for you to spot them? 

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Picture #1 A Pup in a Field of Flowers

dog hiding among flowers
Image Credit: James O’Donnell Photography | Instagram

Such a pretty image of a daisy field, no? But there is an adorable dog hiding among them. Can you spot it? Here’s where’s it’s hiding: 

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Image Credit: James O’Donnell Photography | Instagram

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Picture #2 A Lab in a Grassy Meadow

dog hides in a grassy field
Image Credit: zrzavabrbla | Instagram

There are no flowers to hide among here, only tall wheat-like grass, with homes and mountains in the background. But that won’t stop this dog from trying to vanish. Can you find him? Here’s his location:

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Image Credit: zrzavabrbla | Instagram

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Picture #3 Eddie Hides Among the Flowers

Eddie the dog hides in his owner's flower garden
Photo credits: Caters News Agency

This pretty picture has an adorable story behind it: Mike Simcox took this picture a few years ago of his pet dog, Eddie, hiding in his flower garden. Can you spot the pup? Simcox explains his pet’s timid nature and affinity for hiding. “Although he is a Staffie, he can be quite nervous and most of the time he has a slightly scared look on his face. He has an extreme dislike of loud noises, especially fireworks and thunder. During storms in the past, he has gone upstairs and hid in the shower cubicle.

Did you spot Eddie among the flowers? Here is where the dog was hiding:

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Eddie the dog hides in his owner's flower garden – answer revealed
Photo credits: Caters News Agency

Simcox explains the scene behind the photo. “My mum and I were watering the garden when she spotted him peeping out from behind the flowers. She said you should take a photo and see if people could spot him, so I did. There was a really threatening-looking cloud above me at the time so it’s possible Eddie could hear thunder and decided to hide, although why he decided to hide outside and not in the house I couldn’t say.[1]

Bonus Photo of Eddie Because He’s So Cute!

Bonus photo of Eddie
Photo credits: Caters News Agency

Plants that are dangerous for dogs

While these photos are absolutely precious, keep in mind that some flowers are actually dangerous for pets. So keep this in mind when choosing plants for your garden. These dangerous flowers include:

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  • Morning glories
  • Daffodils
  • Tulips
  • Lily of the Valley
  • Milkweed
  • Day Lily [2]
  • Butterfly Iris
  • Autumn Crocus
  • Begonia
  • Oleander
  • Azalea
  • Sago Palm
  • Tomato plants
  • Aloe Vera
  • Ivy
  • Amaryllis
  • Gladiola
  • American Holly
  • Baby’s Breath [3]

Keep Reading: How Fast Can You Spot The Mistake In This Picture? 9 Out Of 10 People Couldn’t See It!

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Sources

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  1. Can you find the pooch perfectly hidden among the flowers in its owner’s garden?The Sun. Carl Stroud. July 13, 2018
  2. “11 Common Flowers That are Actually Dangerous for Pets.” Family Handyman. Rachel Brougham. September 16, 2021
  3. “The 16 Most Common Poisonous Plants for Dogs.CCSPCA. January 26, 2017
Sarah Biren
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Sarah is a baker, cook, author, and blogger living in Toronto. She believes that food is the best method of healing and a classic way of bringing people together. In her spare time, Sarah does yoga, reads cookbooks, writes stories, and finds ways to make any type of food in her blender.
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