Max And Gromit

Ararajuba

Regular Member
Ouch, poor pup! That looks painful. He must be a very friendly dog to let someone do that to him and not think about reacting with a bite on the offending hand (or maybe I'm just too used to ours, whose head I had to wrap with three layers of towel and hold firmly before the vet would even think of examining the other end).

Anyway, I hope the son-in-law is suitably contrite now! (His ears may be suffering more than the dog's now, by the sound of things.) I don't want to say too much, but I can't understand how someone could do something like that and then just walk away and forget about it. If he was trying to avoid trouble by not saying anything, I'm sure he's in a lot more now than if he had just owned up to what he had done in the first place!
 
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