Consider this a Public Service Announcement:
Puppies and crack do not mix. If you feel your puppy may be on crack, seek medical attention- for yourself, because you most likely have puncture holes and other signs of abuse which require treatment. You also may need to find a qualified handyman to fix the damage no doubt caused to your home and other worldly goods by your crack-infused puppy. Don't bother trying to learn where the crack came from as addicts are very evasive; it is unlikely you will ever get a straight answer. And the puppy probably ate the evidence anyways. Besides, once the crack reaches their brain it is too late.
You've got a crack puppy. All you can do is pray.
So yeah, puppy came out of her shell. And with that brought quite the onslaught of terror.
I mean that in a good way.
She started out not too interested in toys. Now everything is a toy. The Dog's tail is a spectacular toy. So is my hair. And socks. Who cares if they still have feet in them?
Observe- Crack Baby:
We gave up trying to stop her and made her a sock toy (Leader = enabler?). Which she loves. Along with all the other toys. I have a video of her manically bounding from toy to toy squealing like a stuck pig but thought that was overkill. We already know she is on crack, I don't suppose I have to impress upon you that point any further.
|MY TOYS. Preparing to procure another in 3, 2, 1...|
Crack puppies can appear innocent at times. However, this typically just means they are carefully plotting their next big score.
|Yup... just hanging out being cute...|
|Fooled you! My toy now too!|
Luckily, crack puppies are similar to meth puppies in that they crash pretty hard when the juice burns off.
|Dreaming of her next fix, I am sure.|
The Dog is a fine outstanding citizen who would never do drugs. She would however facilitate the sale of one particular crack puppy on the black market.
|IDEA! What's the number for the sex traffickers in Sweden?|
I'm certainly glad she has made herself at home.
But did she have to make our home a crack den?