One dog certainly doesn’t belong in the kitchen.
Celinda Haynes, of Colorado, claimed her dog Mia stabbed her, which sparked an investigation, KDVR reported.
“She’s lovable,” Haynes told KDVR, referring to Mia. “She’ll kill you with kindness.”
Haynes was transported to Platte Valley Medical Center, where nurses contacted the Town of Hudson’s Marshal Service, thinking the stabbing was domestic violence-related.
Haynes told the station that Mia can reach the kitchen counter, which allowed her to get hold of a paring knife. Mia held the knife it her mouth, sticking it outward and down.
Haynes tried to give Mia treats in exchange for the knife; that’s when the stabbing occurred.
“When [Mia] went over to eat the treat, she ran the knife across my arm and cut a big old gash about four 4 inches long,” Haynes told KDVR.
When Deputy Zach Johnson got a dispatch call, he said he couldn’t believe what he was hearing.
After an investigation, Johnson said deputies determined Mia was solely responsible for the stabbing. They’ve listed the ordeal as a “suspicious incident,” according to KDVR.
“Obviously, we’re not charging Mia with anything because she’s a dog,” Johnson told KDVR, laughing.
According to KDVR, Haynes was not badly injured and just needs to find a safer place for her knives.