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Self-isolating owner sends his dog to the shop for a bag of Cheetos

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A self-isolating Cheetos addict is getting his daily fix of cheesy goodness thanks to a furry friend. And his little pal loves playing this rather unusual game fo fetch!

By Ashley Murphy , 27 Mar 2020

Antonio Munoz lives in Mexico, which is currently on lockdown to the spread of coronavirus. But three days into his self-isolation, Munoz realised he had a problem.

A very cute solution

In fact, he had a huge problem - how was this Cheetos addict going to get his favourite snack?

The solution came in a small (and very adorable package) called Chokis. With a note and some cash tucked into his collar, the Chihuahua went on a Cheetos run to the local store. The note read:

'Hello, sir. Can you sell my dog ​​some orange – not red – Cheetos. In his collar, he brings $20. From the neighbour across the street.'

Chokis just completed his third snack run, and he's never failed to come home with the right flavour. Now that's what you call a good boy!

The hero Antonio needed

And to put your mind at ease, experts are confident that the coronavirus poses no real threat to our pooches.

Turn your pooch into a furry helper with this guide on how to teach a dog to fetch!

Dr Jessica May works at FirstVet. Speaking to The Metro, she said:

'There are no suspicions that pets can be infected or that they can spread COVID-19 to humans.'

At strange times like this, heroes can come in all shapes and sizes. And this cute little guy was more than happy to step up for his human!