Animals Life

By Mollie Mansfield

A doting dog owner was left in hysterics after she accidentally used voice-to-text whilst playing with her dog – and send the hilarious encounter to her friend.

Ashlee Bradford, 30, was texting her friend about the full moon when her adorable pooch Mr. Brucey walked into the room.

The owner quickly greeted the 12-year-old Lhasa Apso mix and immediately pampered him with love and affection.

 

PICTURED: Ashlee Bradford, 30 with pooch Mr. Brucey. 

A doting dog owner was left in hysterics after she accidentally used voice-to-text whilst playing with her dog – and send the hilarious encounter to her friend.

Ashlee Bradford, 30, was texting her friend about the full moon when her adorable pooch Mr. Brucey walked into the room.

The owner quickly greeted the 12-year-old Lhasa Apso mix and immediately pampered him with love and affection.

However, unbeknownst to the carer, Ashlee had accidentally pressed the ‘voice-to-text’ feature on her iPhone and sent the entire encounter to her friend.

PICTURED: Ashlee Bradford was texting her friend about the full moon when her adorable pooch Mr. Brucey walked into the room.

Realising almost immediately, Ashlee, from Wichita, Kansas, burst into laughter and explained what happened to her friend – who immediately admitted she speaks to her pooch in the same way.

PICTURED: Ashlee’s friend admitted she speaks to her pooch in the same way. 

Ashlee said: “I was in my room texting my friend about the full moon when Mr. Brucey came into my room.

“I immediately put my phone in my lap and started showering him with love and talking to him like I normally do.

“When I picked my phone up I realised a long message had sent that I didn’t type out and that’s when I realized I had bumped the voice to text.

“Some of the words were autocorrected – like bolognese, I’ve never called him that before – but the rest was pretty accurate.

“When I re-read it I starting cracking up and read it over and over – the sweet bolognese got me – I was almost in tears.”

After sharing the screenshots of the text messages with fellow dog lovers, Ashlee’s story quickly went viral.

She said: “Everyone I’ve showed the message to loves it – it got so many shares and everyone was showing their friends.

“People who see me posting photos of him online have even started calling him ‘sweet bolognese’ and that makes me laugh so much.

“I’ve thought a lot about the ‘sweet bolognese’ part and I think I was saying ‘sweet baby’ but in a weird high pitch voice I only talk to my dog in.

“Either way, it’s a great new nickname for him!”

 PICTURED: Ashlee and Mr. Brucey. 

Ashlee’s text read: “I’m usually the opposite and have great days who is who is your good boy good boy he is a newborn or you so handsome you’re handsome baby yet you like that if you go into sweet IPC I Brucie Brucie hi I love you I love you I love you boo who is we who we who is a sweet boy sweet Bolognese”