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What to Do if Your Dog Ate Your Homework?


Finally, you are done with that large and extremely important essay and you can have a rest now. With a feeling of a duty fulfilled, you grab some snacks, plop yourself into a comfortable armchair, switch your favorite TV show on and relax. However, all of a sudden you hear some strange noises coming out of your room. A really weird chewing sound… At some point, a thought kicks across your mind and you realize that this is your dog eating homework you completed for tomorrow. Well, while you were eating your snacks, your friend got hungry as well. But today, his menu was a bit exotic. Will your teacher ever believe that silly excuse, which is as old as time?

Why do dogs do that?
Despite the fact that such an excuse is commonly perceived as a dishonest trick, some students do encounter this problem in reality. Dogs eat paper. Just because dogs eat everything! Indeed, these pets have a good appetite and capacities to chew and swallow almost anything when they have a chance. Why do they do that? The main reason for most dogs to behave that way is boredom. They are extremely active and need hours of physical activity per day. If you cannot provide them with enough exercises, get ready that they will start fooling around.

Everything can become attractive to a dog when he is bored. Searching for some interesting things to explore, a dog will start wondering across the flat, scratching and biting everything he can reach. Your fresh-printed paper might seem very tempting to bite off a piece just because it is another “something” to eat. Your dog doesn’t care whether it is an old magazine or your homework paper. So, when something like this happens, there is nobody else to blame but you. To prevent anything of that kind, you just need to place your important things somewhere your furry buddy won’t reach them. Also, make sure that your doggie is well-fed because cravings can also become a reason to eat something that is not actually a portion of dog food. Remember this simple rule – when there is no dog food, everything becomes dog food. Last but not least, make sure to train your pet and provide him with plenty of active games. This way, he will get too tired to eat your essays.

What should you do when a disaster happens?
So let’s assume that your dog ate homework done for tomorrow and you have no idea what to do now. Let’s think about some options that might work:

● Print it once more and hide somewhere in a wardrobe
Almost all modern colleges accept papers in a printed or even digital format. Therefore, you can always print a new copy out. When you do, make sure to hide it somewhere!

● Ask for help
Today, there are services that prevent students from all nightmares connected with homework and you can visit www.edubirdie.org to get academic support.

● Be honest
Don’t lie to your professor. If you didn’t do your homework task, then you should tell that. Never blame your doggie if this was your fault!

● Have proofs
If there is nothing you can do about a situation, then you should explain the problem to your instructor. It’s better to have a proof of the catastrophe, so make a play-by-play photo. At least, your tutor will have a good laugh.

● Have a humorous undertone
Don’t get frustrated, such silly things can happen and it is not a big deal. Just make sure to hide your valuable things from now forth.

The dangers for your pup
Definitely, when you do your homework and then someone fluffy destroys it, that’s a mess. However, paper can be dangerous for your dog’s health as well. Sometimes, non-nutritious objects can harm the digestive system of your pet and become trapped in his inner organs. If the amount of paper eaten by your dog is pretty large, then you should bring him to a veterinarian. Let the doctor check your dog’s stomach to make sure that no surgical operations are necessary. What is more, if your dog eats things regularly, he might be suffering from compulsive behavior, parasites or even diabetes. So make sure to consult with the doctor if this is a real issue.

Conclusion
If you don’t want your homework to become a dog’s lunch, then you should keep it in a safe place. Make sure to have a digital copy of your paper and this way you will solve the problem easily. Also, don’t forget that destructive behavior of your dog can be decreased by physical activity, games, training, and walks. Dogs are curious and energetic, so eating things is a part of their explorations and games. However, if you believe that your pet is overdoing with such behavior, don’t hesitate to take him to a vet. Take care of your furry friend and keep your important things safe!






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