Mischievous Dog Swallows Woman's Precious Ring

What would you do if you realized your dog ate your wedding ring? One homeowner lives to tell the tale when her mischievous dog swallows her precious ring. In a canine calamity that could only be described as "pawsitively" puzzling, Ember the Goldendoodle sent her owner, Marsha Baker, into a tailspin when Marsha realized her ring was missing from the dresser. As Marsha's eyes widened in disbelief, she realized her precious symbol of love had vanished faster than a squirrel from a backyard. Hoping her dog had merely played fetch with it, Marsha searched the yard before she began crying. 

All fingers – and paws – pointed to Ember, the rambunctious 2-year-old Goldendoodle, as the prime suspect in this fur-raising mystery. With her fluffy fur and innocent eyes, Ember looked more like a cuddly companion than a ring-swallowing bandit. But as Marsha searched high and low, it became abundantly clear that Ember had taken the phrase "put a ring on it" a tad too literally. 

Marsha’s daughter Michaela grabbed a metal detector and swiped it over the pooch and you bet the metal detector confirmed exactly where the ring was. Inside Ember’s belly. She has expensive taste!

Then a trip to the vet confirmed Marsha's worst fears: an X-ray revealed the shiny ring gleaming like a buried treasure in Ember's stomach. It was a situation that left Marsha feeling like she had been thrown a bone she wasn't quite ready to chew on.

But fear not, for every dog has its day, and Ember was no exception! With the precision of a well-trained retriever, the veterinarian performed a gastrointestinal endoscopy, rescuing the ring from Ember's belly with the finesse of a seasoned pro. Marsha couldn't help but breathe a sigh of relief as the symbol of her enduring love was returned to her hands.

With the ring safely back where it belonged, Marsha and Ember could finally put this "tail" behind them. As for Ember, well, let's just say she learned her lesson – no more jewelry taste-testing for this furry friend! From now on, she'll stick to fetching sticks and chasing squirrels, leaving the bling to the humans.

Proverbs 17:22 "A joyful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones."

Source: Inside Edition

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