He was armed to the teeth. Well, armed IN his teeth.
A sweet and wonderfully innocent-looking Great Pyrenees gave his dog walker plenty of angst this week.
New York Post reported: “I thought he grabbed a stick as usual,” Matt Paprocki, who was walking his buddy’s dog for a second time that day in Sylvania, Ohio.
He continued that then the dog “shoved his face into a pile of sticks and branches,” where he picked up a sharp knife. Paprocki continued, “My eye caught the glint of metal, and it was instant panic.”
So the dog walker gave a command to the dog “Theo, drop the knife.” Theo didn't budge.
Evidently, these breeds of dogs are pretty stingy with stuff they've found. The sdog walker tried a new stick to trade. Nothing. Animal crackers. Nada.
He called the dog's owner who was just around the corner for help. The owner brought whipped cream; no dice.
What finally got Theo to relent the knife? Salmon.
The dog walker now says, “Now we laugh about it. A little.”