Truck Carrying Dog Food Overturns On Highway; Bad Dogs Suspected
A truck carrying 45,000 pounds of dog food overturned and dumped kibble all over the interstate in Asheville, North Carolina. Dog foul play is suspected (by us!).
It was a dog’s dream come true… 45,000 pounds of delicious dog food splayed out all over I-26 outside of Asheville, North Carolina, and just in time for breakfast! A truck carrying the load overturned right before 8 a.m. and had pups from all parts responding to the scene in an effort to lend their ‘help.’
Traffic was a mess for hours, as crews had to clean up the food and get the truck turned upright and out of the way. Officials claim they won’t be charging anyone, as it seems the driver of the truck over-corrected a turn to avoid hitting another car. In other words, it was merely an ‘accident.’
But, we ask…was it?
Canine sources on the scene, who asked to remain anonymous, said that the innocent ‘accident’ was actually a well-thought out plan, executed by a local band of dogs known only as the ‘Blood Hunds,’ who have been tracking the patterns of the delivery driver and his cargo for months. Says one truck driver, “You just *think* that driver was trying to miss a car. That’s what they want you to think. Make no mistake, though. This smells like some bad Blood Hund poo if I’ve ever smelt some!”
Other local pups say that though the motive was there, no dog could be placed at the scene. A representative for the Hunds, who only goes by the name of ‘Drakkar’ also denies any involvement. Says Drakkar, “Look. We Hunds weren’t involved in any way. We were chilling in our crates, talking about what cats we’d shake out that day–I mean, make that, hang out with that day. If a truck full of delicious dog food happened to somehow just turn over and lay all over the road for several hours because the driver ‘accidentally swerved,’? Who are we to turn down free grub?”
State officials deny any attempts to discuss the matter with the Blood Hunds, saying they don’t do anything but just ‘sit’ and ‘stay’ when they try to talk to them.