By. Ran

Money doesn’t grow on trees, our parents told us over and over again. And we all know that it is true. Except for this doggo. For him, money does grow on trees. A clever canine named Negro managed to get himself a seemingly endless supply of dog treats, by paying for them with leaves. Yes, his currency grows on trees and he is very rich!

Negro lives at the Diversified Technical Education Institute of Monterrey Casanare in Colombia. The stray dog was adopted by the staff and allowed to roam freely around the institute. Students would usually buy him cookies and treats, but one day, being the smart doggo he is, he decided that it was time for him to stop going around asking for treats. He decided that it was time he paid for his own meals. After careful observation, this dog did something unthinkable. “One day, spontaneously, he appeared with a leaf in his mouth, wagging his tail and letting it be known that he wanted a cookie,” teacher Angela Garcia Bernal told The Dodo.

The dog decided to pay for cookies with leaves.  Astonished by the dog’s intelligence, she couldn’t help but ‘sell’ Negro a cookie. “He comes for cookies every day,” Gladys Barreto, a longtime store attendant, told The Dodo. “He always pays with a leaf. It is his daily purchase.”

Everyone is stunned by this dog’s intelligence. Bernal said, “When you first see it, you almost want to cry. He’s found a way to make himself understood. He’s very intelligent,”.

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#1. This is Negro.

#2. He is adopted by the staff and now is a permanent member of the staff.

#3. He pays for what he buys with leaves.

#4. Having seen students pay with paper money, the dog also decided he could pay with leaves.  

#5. The canine offered ‘take it or leaf it’ deal for the store’s attendant.

#6. She could not help but sell Negro a cookie.  

#7. Since his fortune literally grows on trees, the store sells him stuff only a few times a day.

#8. Everybody is speechless at the smart act of the dog.  

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