Haynes originally tried to convince herself that the dog she picked up was hers — despite seeing that their ears were shorter and feeling they were heavier. However, when it was time for the dog to get in the car, she knew the dog she picked up wasn’t hers.
“Once I got out to the car is when I knew that it was not Biscuit because Biscuit has a car seat, and he comes everywhere in the car with me,” she said. “Once he didn’t act like he knew where he was going… I just knew it wasn’t Biscuit.”
She went back inside to ask the groomers if there was a possibility they gave her the wrong dog, which they quickly denied.
“They’re like, ‘No, that’s genuinely Biscuit. The only other doodle we’ve had today is a girl, so it couldn’t be a mix-up,'” she said.
Once the groomers denied the mistake, Haynes took the dog home, as she didn’t know what else to do. The dog continued to cry in the car. However, before Haynes got home, she received a call from the groomers saying that Biscuit was still in the shop and hadn’t been cut yet.
“They don’t even look remotely the same dog to me. Caged and forgot? I wouldn’t go back,” replied @britneybxoxo3.
“DON’T TAKE HIM BACK. I used to handle litterally 75-100 dogs a day, and we NEVER sent home the wrong dog. We even had 2 litter mates with similar name,” said @thehdragon.
Haynes said in the comments on another video that she may never take Biscuit to a groomer again and will learn how to cut his hair.
The overall situation was hectic, but Haynes expressed exactly how she felt in the caption of the first video.
“I’ve never been so thrilled to see biscuit ever & i’m so sorry to the random dog who was lowkey dognapped for a few min.”
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