Two Clever Dogs Have An Adorable Prank War With The ‘Elf On The Shelf’

Surf Dog Ricochet is beloved for her charity work – she brings both smiles and surfing skills to veterans, kids, and other animals alike.

However, this wonderful therapy dog also has a mischievous side to there that she only lets out around the holidays for a bit of fun.

Ricochet and her younger sister Cori are currently embroiled in a “prank war” between them and the Elf on the Shelf who is staying at their house for the holidays. The prank war is an annual tradition going on the whole month of December right up until the New Year.

PHOTO: @SURFDOGRICOCHET

While the two canines have been pulling out all the stops that would make Home Alone‘s Kevin McCallister proud, the Elf on the Shelf remains steadfast and has pulled a few over on the dogs themselves.

PHOTO: @SURFDOGRICOCHET
PHOTO: @SURFDOGRICOCHET
PHOTO: @SURFDOGRICOCHET
PHOTO: @SURFDOGRICOCHET

Some of what Ricochet and Cori have tried is locking up the elf, shredding the elf and bowling the elf – however, he just keeps coming back.

PHOTO: @SURFDOGRICOCHET
PHOTO: @SURFDOGRICOCHET
PHOTO: @SURFDOGRICOCHET
PHOTO: @SURFDOGRICOCHET

As you can clearly see, this elf has quite a few tricks up his sleeves as well for the two doggies. To see keep up to date on the latest holiday war from Ricochet, Cori and the Elf on the Shelf, visit Ricochet’s Instagram.

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