Working all day long can be pretty exhausting, especially if you’re in the field of medicine. This is where our lovely pooches come into play. Known to be an excellent stress reliever, dogs play a significant part in making the workplace atmosphere a little bit lighter and fun.
However, for the veterinarian Patrick Kalanzi, this is rarely the case. You see, every time he brings his two bubbly canines to his clinic, they always manage to bring more trouble than joy.
The inseparable duo, named Dilly and Ty, has been best buds since Day 1. While they are different in size and breed, they have found a brother in each other. Their favorite activity is napping together, but each time their energy levels spike up, you couldn’t imagine the chaos.
That was why whenever Patrick brings them to his clinic in the Colorado-based Rock Creek Veterinary Hospital, he always has his hands full dealing with their crazy shenanigans. The duo would always come to the clinic well-behaved. However, the problem arises when Patrick places them in a kennel every time the clinic becomes a bit busy.
Somehow, the pooches always manage to escape their locked enclosure. This has puzzled Patrick for a long time now, so to finally put an end on the mysterious escape of his two canines, he decided to film the whole ordeal. A few moments after he placed both dogs in the kennel, he noticed Ty, the bigger of the dogs, walk to the locks.
The canine then began licking the locks until they open! He was using his tongue strategically to lift the bolts and set them free. Patrick was astounded that the pooch managed to learn such a trick, but on the other hand, Ty was a smart pup after all.
In the end, he didn’t get mad at the two naughty pups. Who could hate such sweet faces? Despite their occasional naughtiness and crazy shenanigans, Patrick loves them both. Watch Ty’s smart tactics here.
“Don’t worry Dilly, I’ll break us out of here” Pictured: Dr Patrick’s own – Ty and Dilly Kalenzi
Posted by Rock Creek Veterinary Hospital on Saturday, November 30, 2019
Courtesy of Rock Creek Veterinary Hospital