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http://www.thedenverchannel.com/news/eastern-plains/dog-stabs-owner-with-knife-in-hudson-family-in-disbelief



HUDSON, Colo. -- They say you can't teach an old dog new tricks, but a young dog in Hudson may have accidentally learned something new after stabbing her owner with a knife on Wednesday.

No, you're not reading that wrong.

Celinda Haynes, the owner of a one-and-a-half-year-old Chesapeake Bay retriever dog named "Mia," was rushed to the hospital Wednesday morning after Mia reached over her and stabbed her left forearm with a paring knife.

"[Mia] likes to grab whatever she can to get people to play with her," explained Haynes' daughter, Chanda Stroup to Denver7.

As it turns out, Mia is rather large for her age and was able to climb to the kitchen counter, where she found her new sharp toy.

Trying to get Mia to let go of the knife, Haynes reportedly put treats on the ground and in her excitement, Mia reached over her arm and stabbed the owner when she went for the treats.

"I need to go to the hospital," Haynes told her daughter. "Mia just cut my arm with a knife!"

The wound -- a gash approximately 4-to-5-inches long and a quarter-of-an-inch-wide -- surprised medical staff at Platte Valley Medical Center, who did not believe the story at first. But they were not the only ones.

"I had to make sure I heard that right," said Brent Flot, the town Marshal.

Deputies were dispatched to the hospital as well as Haynes' home to investigate a case of possible domestic violence. At the hospital, officials did not believe the story. Back at the family's home, Flot found blood everywhere, which prompted suspicion.

Deputies contacted Haynes' husband to flesh out any suspicions of domestic violence, but he had been at the DMV renewing his license when the stabbing unfolded.

By the end of the day, Haynes had several stitches on her arm and the family was laughing about the situation.

As for Mia? "She felt pretty bad," Stroup said.
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Huh?
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Nothing for it... have to charge it with attempted manslaughter and send it to prison!

That is hilarious, though.
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I remember when I taught my dog HM01
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Good thing the husband had an alibi or the dog might have successfully pinned it on him.
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Probably revenge for the Chinese food her owner ate last night.
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MysticGon wrote:

Probably revenge for the Chinese food her owner ate last night.


Didn't give up the bacon. She should have given up the damn bacon!
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Damned libertard SJW PC culture trying to keep the dog's race out of the headline.

I bet it was a cocker spaniel.
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Xxanthar wrote:

Good thing the husband had an alibi or the dog might have successfully pinned it on him.


This is a very, very good point. As shown by the article.

If the husband had been in the house and driven his wife to the hospital immediately after the accident he'd probably have some very uncomfortable interviews at the police station.

If he'd been somewhere else without an alibi he'd probably be looking at a DV conviction on a bad day

If he'd been in the house and administered first aid, getting her blood on himself, then moved the knife to a safe place, and THEN driven her to the hospital he'd probably go to jail anyway.
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It was a Chesapeake Bay retriever of a brownish hue.
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This was in Colorado!?
There a city in Colorado called Hudson!?
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Xxanthar wrote:

Good thing the husband had an alibi or the dog might have successfully pinned it on him.


That dog almost had it.

Maybe next time.
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Nothing for it... have to charge it with attempted manslaughter and send it to prison!

That is hilarious, though.


Prisoner: So what you in for?

Mia: barf barf woof.
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dogs don't get jailed because people laws don't apply


But in all seriousness, this was bad ownership and an accident that was waiting to happen. Owners have to correct dogs anytime they grab something that wasn't explicitly given to them, otherwise they;ll do what this dog did. It could have been bad for the dog too. It could have grabbed the blade with its teeth and cut itself really bad.
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