DEVO the whippet licks his lips as he gets his favourite treat for being a good boy — packets of Quavers.
Owner Emma Laidler, 25, said the hound loves the taste and texture of the cheesy puffs.
Emma, of Newcastle, said: “He's obsessed with Quavers.
“He can be fast asleep upstairs and as soon as he hears a packet opening he runs downstairs about 100 miles an hour to get his nose in the bag.
“He gets one crisp at a time - he doesn't wolf the whole packet down - and takes his time to enjoy every last bite.
“He has an average of three packets a week and if he's testing our patience a bit he might get a bit more.”
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The four-year-old pooch takes his own packet away and lies down to eat the crisps holding the bag between his two front paws.
Emma’s fiancé Cameron added: “He's quite a greedy dog - he'd run through walls for anything that tastes like cheese.”
The Walkers snack has been a favourite since it was first introduced in 1968.