Hi! My name is Coal, I'm originally from Marshfield, Missouri. I'm half Husky and half Alaskan Malamute. I like long walks on the beach and...no but seriously, my Dad actually drove a very long way to get me and I was the last one of my siblings to be chosen out of the litter. My Dad loves me very much and would do anything for me. I'm 1 year and 3 months old. One day, I was in the backyard and I noticed my doggy friend in the other yard had dropped a turkey over the fence and I thought it was a real turkey...so I ate it (well most of it). I didn't feel too well a little while later and couldn't drink any water without it coming back up so Daddy-O rushed me to the emergency vet at 2 in the morning. It turned out that the turkey I ate wasn't realllllllyy a turkey, it was made of this thing called "rubber", whatever that is. Apparently the nice woman taking care of me told my broke college-student father that I needed a bunch of tests done and most likely a surgery to remove the fake (but surprisingly delicious) turkey from my stomach. I hope I never see those turkeys again, unless they're made of meat!! *Any sort of help will truly be appreciated. Thank you very much in advance. God bless you. The total came out to $2319.70, so basically $2320. He received a multitude of tests (barium, x-ray, blood test, etc) and stayed at the animal hospital for 4 nights (total) hooked up to an IV-drip (due to dehydration) before they operated. Thank you very much for taking the time to read this and God bless.