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    The real reason your sweets are gone by the second day.

    Footage uploaded to Storyful by Brian Poyner catches a four-legged dessert thief "peanut butter-tongued."

    The canary camera footage, recorded May 9, shows a curious German shepherd enticed by the smell of warm peanut butter as he enters the kitchen. Clearly not a stranger to snagging some sweets, the pooch is then seen removing the tin foil cover before digging into the (thankfully) dog-friendly confection.

    Poyner may want to consider a different cooling station!

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