Submitted by jeffpoel on Thu, 2014-12-25 16:41
I have a two-year-old male husky black-and-white that I rescued a couple months ago. He is a really smart sweet and gentle dog and pretty well behaved. On the morning of the 23rd I made the mistake of feeding him some ground beef with some cheddar cheese melted in it with his dog food. I guess I forgot he has a sensitive stomach. That evening I left him in the car for about 15 minutes with my cattle dog when I went in the grocery store. When I came out I was surprised to see that he had taken a dump into the center console. It was smelly liquid diarrhea poop. It had run down the side of the console in between driver seat and the console. I jumped in and drove home as rapidly as possible with the windows rolled down so I didn't gag. I rushed to get out my carpet extractor and cleaned it as best I could but I could not get the poop that had run down between the seat and the console and I knew it was soaking into the carpet underneath the console. I called Tesla on Christmas Eve and they gave me the instructions for removing the center console via email. I took the instructions to my car detail guy and he was able to get the poop out with very little residual odor. When I picked up the car he said no charge, Merry Christmas. I tried to talk him into letting me pay him but he wouldn't hear it. I thought my car would be ruined but I believe it has been saved. I was initially pretty mad at the dog but then I realized it wasn't his fault and he couldn't help it. Needless to say there will be no more ground beef and cheddar cheese and his diet!