“I’m perfect…But I’m so bad my parents bought a pet insurance policy!”
Our white terrier rescue Ozzie has been perfect from day one, but our second rescue Griff managed to eat a pack of sugar free gum, a three pound bag of chocolate chips, a caffeine pill, a bottle of xanax, an entire box of treats, a bag of protein powder – and much more all within a few months! After thousands in vet bills, we installed a very secure kitchen gate and wised up and insured (both) these pups. He’s not even a little sorry – but we love that ugly mug anyway!
Wow! You would have thought a few of those things would have spelled the end for our friend Griff!
Insurance is probably money well spent.
That’s amazing! Griff is one lucky dog.
Griff, you may have a face reminiscent of a fruit bat and a snaggle tooth, but you are awfully adorable.
They are both very cute!! I can’t help but wonder HOW is the dog getting a hold of these items though? And thank goodness he’s fine.
Griff’s mom here: We didn’t know when we first got him, but he can open cabinet doors with his paws. Also, he can unzip purse zippers and learned how to knock things off the top of the fridge by slamming his body into the fridge. We have wised up to his ways, and he’s been safe for over a year now!
Crafty little monkey and a hell of a (steep & expensive) learning curve for you! Glad you all survived it!
Griff has a cast iron stomach and a pooper to match.
And I thought my girl was bad for her 8 unscheduled vet visits, 6 for “I ate something I shouldn’t” over the course of 2 years. A couple months?! Good luck to you!
Griff is very cute, I’m glad he is okay!