The 2 weeks of wearing the veterinary cone had just ended for Chief, a dog who had undergone a sterilization operation. However, and while he had always hated her, the animal decided to offer himself a last stand of honor with the collar around his neck.
Chief is an adorable one-year-old Golden Retriever who behaves like a puppy. ” He’s a mischievous dog that gets himself into all sorts of trouble. said his mistress of him Whitley Hester to The Dodo. She adds that he particularly likes to gnaw on carpets ” of the House.
The canine had recently been neutered. He had to wear a veterinary collar for 2 weeks to prevent him from chewing and licking his scar. Chief had trouble supporting the cone; he often tried to pull it out and chew on it, but to no avail.
” The first day he was frustratedrecount Whitley Hester. In fact, he refused to get in the car or even walk when he first wore the collar. “. The quadruped however had to take his troubles patiently, then finally, the 2 long weeks passed. Chief could finally part with the cone that bothered him so much.
“He felt like he had won the battle”
However, to the surprise of Whitley Hester and his mother, he obviously decided to make peace with the veterinary accessory. Coming out of her room that morning, the young woman saw Chief at the top of the stairs wearing his cone, which he was supposed to no longer wear. She asked her mother if she had given it to her, but she said no. There was no one else at home; the dog had therefore managed to put it on by himself.
He did in fact, put it on himself. Hated it so much that he tore it to pieces, but now it’s an accessory?? #fyp #fyp? #puppy #goldenretriever
? original sound – Whitley
He even seemed happy to wear it again, to play with it and gnaw on it. ” I think he felt like he won the battle »against the object, believes its owner.
At the end of the day, Chief eventually separated from the collar. For good this time. He probably wanted to have the last word, and he got it.
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