TWO women have sparked fury after posting a video online showing themselves giggling forcing a tiny puppy to smoke.
Rattiyakorn Prangthong and her partner Tango reportedly placed the roll-up into a dopey looking Staffordshire Bull Terrier’s mouth and lit it as it inhaled and twitched.
In the shocking footage, both can be heard laughing away in the background as they keep the cigarette lit while prodding the poor animal as it lays on its back.
It is unclear whether the cigarette was a joint.
The video, which was posted on social media, sparked fury among animals lovers.
Calls have been made for authorities in Bangkok, Thailand, to check on the welfare of the puppy at their home.
Social media user Ton Sompong Kwang Supawan said: “This is a stupid thing to do.
“If you have a puppy you have to take care of it, not use it like a silly toy to make jokes with.”
He added: “I wish that somebody would take the puppy away from them. I don’t think that’s a healthy thing for it to be doing.”
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But Rattiyakorn responded by claiming the puppy was OK despite the damage the smoke could have caused.
She said: ”We haven’t been cruel towards the dog. We have taken good care of him and he is healthy.
”We are dog lovers. I understand that everybody loves animals and wants to make sure he is not hurt.
“I’m sorry to all the people who have dogs, too.”
Tango added: ”We have to apologise and accept responsibility. We won’t do anything like this again.
“The criticism has had a bad impact on everyone around us and our family.
“It has made us more conscious of the issue.”
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