Dog Running Away From Homework Market

My dog really did eat my homework: Labrador has to have nails removed from its stomach after swallowing schoolgirl's project

  • Payton Moody, 13, had made a volcano using sweets for science class
  • Labrador Reggie knocked it over and devoured the school project
  • Dog has to be rushed to hospital to have more than 50 nails removed

By Sara Malm

Published: 08:59 GMT, 22 November 2013 | Updated: 11:38 GMT, 22 November 2013


It is the oldest excuse in the book, told by fibbing school children for generations, but for one teenage girl the dog really did eat her homework - and it nearly killed it

Payton Moody, 13, from Englewood, Colorado, had just finished off her sweet-covered volcano for her eight grade science project when her pet ate it.

Unfortunately for her dog Reggie, the feast had been put together using more than 50 metal straight pins, and chocolate which is toxic to dogs.

Nailed it: Reggie, a two-year-old Labrador, devoured 13-year-old Payton's science project and had to be rushed to hospital to have dozens of nails removed from his stomach

Payton had put together her fake volcano using different pieces of sweets, including a chocolate mountain and blue M&M water, using metal pins to hold it all in place.

‘She used the pins because I didn’t want the hot glue gun around her younger brother,’ her mother Kara Moody, 46, told GoodMorningAmerica

However, Mrs Moody’s attempt at keeping Payton's brother safe backfired.

The two-year-old Labrador managed to knock the project over during an unsupervised moment and wolfed down the entire thing, pins and all.

Sticky end: Reggie had more than 50 nails taken out of his stomach and has made a full recovery

When the Moodys came back to their house, they put two and two together and rushed Reggie to the vet.

The yellow Labrador underwent emergency surgery to remove the pins and the chocolate, which, although a treat for humans, is toxic to dogs.

‘They were able to take most of the pins out with an endoscopy, but there were still six or so in the stomach, so I was called to take the remaining pins out through surgery,’ Dr Brian Van Vechten said.

Reggie has made a full recovery following his stint in the clinic and to top off the happy ending, Payton was awarded an A on her second attempt at her volcano.

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