The dog literally ate her homework.
Reagan Hardin, a high school student from Magnolia, Texas, couldn’t hand in her diorama of a Middle Ages farm she created for her AP World History class because the majority of it was inside her dog, Roscoe.
She even had the X-rays to prove it.
"Miss Page, my dog ate my homework — and she thought I was joking!" Reagan recalled her excuse.
“You might be able to see a beak right there and that’s an eye. I think that’s our chicken head right there,” said Dr. Carl Southern, pointing to X-rays revealing the contents of Roscoe’s stomach.
Roscoe consumed the toy animals, miniature buildings and even a piece of chicken wire — which could have punctured his stomach and caused serious damage.
At North Houston Veterinary Specialists, vets worked quickly, using an endoscope to remove the pieces from the sick dog’s stomach.
"Half of a horse body, a sheep, a chicken head," Dr. Southern told KHOU11 News, listing what he pulled out. “I kept seeing a little pinkRead More »from 'My dog ate my homework:' Texas teen has the X-rays to prove it