The vet told my dad on the phone (??) that his dog had to be put down and he’d come to his house and do it. My dad dug the dog’s grave AND LET THE DOG WATCH. Then the vet came and checked the dog and said it was a false alarm. Oops! Dog’s fine! Everything about this is insane. pic.twitter.com/sFXKVDk5Vz— Franklin Hardy (@franklinhardy) April 18, 2019
Franklin Hardy managed to pull us in several directions emotionally with one Tweet. First there was sadness, then horror, then relief, then laughter. Then, of course, there was curiosity. What kind of diagnosis did the dog mistakenly have? Is the dog alright? And how did the dog feel about this misadventure? This response may have pegged it best.
Dog:— S.I. Rosenbaum (@sirosenbaum) April 18, 2019
TODAY WAS SO AWESOME WE DUG A BIG HOLE I DIDNT EVEN KNOW WE WERE BOTH INTO DIGGING HOLES WE HAVE SO MUCH IN COMMON