That’s one way to get rid of it

Yesterday afternoon I arrived home and was greeted by a frazzled-looking husband. “How was your afternoondoyouwanttoknowhowmyafternoonwas?” Slowly, bit by bit, I learned the dirty details.

First, there was a dog. And there was a man. And there were three bags of Halloween candy. And this man left this candy at eye level of this dog when he left the house to do an errand. And the temptation was too great. And the candy and all of the candy wrapping disappeared into the dog!

Turns out that you can get things back out of the dog if you feed her enough hydrogen peroxide. I’m a little unclear on how he got the hydrogen peroxide into the dog, but somehow he got two separate doses of 6 tablespoons of hydrogen peroxide into the beast. As the story goes, the first dose produced an amazing amount of frothy spittle, but no candy. But the second dose was like magic and all of the candy and all of the candy wrapping was returned. I’m told that it was quite a sight to behold. Thankfully, I arrived about 20 minutes after the festivities (and the clean up) had concluded.

And now we have no Halloween candy left in the house! Ta da!

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One Response to That’s one way to get rid of it

  1. Tony says:

    What fun! Would Penelope like to come over to my house and help with our candy? All we have left is the lousy stuff. She’ll have to bring her own hydrogen peroxide.

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