When you hear about a dog calling 911, it's usually because their owner is having an emergency. But what would happen if a dog called 911 with it's OWN idea of a crisis?

That's the question that went through the mind of Twitter user Reverend Scott, and he's come up with some pretty funny answers. The "emergencies" range from trying to retrieve a ball from under the couch and not being able to eat chocolate on Valentine's Day, to having a panic attack about being left at home. Given that the 911 operator is also a dog, the advice is often far from useful...

More info: Twitter (h/t: distractify) | Cover image credits: Kent Mathiesen

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# Sizzle Sisters 2 years ago

My mom laghed so hard she pooped her pants

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Amanda Hoeksel 2 years ago

Wouldn't dogs say OMD? Oh my dog..

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덕 김 2 years ago

Postman

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Tracy Pino 2 years ago

Hilarious!!! Omg!

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Jude 2 years ago

Not if the cat's a Maine Coon and you're a Chihuahua. Go cat!

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Aidan Cullen 2 years ago

Peanut butter jelleh time

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Rebecca Butler 2 years ago

Dog 911: what's your emergency? Dog: squeaky, squeaky, squeaky Dog 911: umm... what is your emergency? Dog: squeaky, squeaky, squeaky Dog 911: okay, so I'm hearing you got a new toy, but haven't killed the squeaker yet. Is that correct? Dog: squeaky, squeaky, squeaky Dog 911: don't worry, sir. Help is on the way.

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Michael McElroy 2 years ago

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=0359hSerDeE

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Carol Bradstreet 2 years ago

I had to think about this one for a moment.....they're talking about the vacuum cleaner attachments, yes?

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