2006 Cadillac chewed on by dog.

No. That is not a typo.

As most of you know, we are a very dog-friendly repair facility. We love dogs and the funny things they do...

AND, as most of you know, we love to help customers that have fallen victim to animal impact. Animal impact can mean many things, but typically it means a vehicle striking an animal or vice versa. Deer hits are by far the most frequent version of animal impact we see. 

Well, we can add another version of animal impact to our list. The type where there is no collision per se. This is one where the animal "impacts" the condition of the outside of the vehicle through other means, namely chewing.

This is not the first time we've seen a dog chew on a vehicle. Most of the time dogs pick bumper covers to chew on probably because, welllll, they're chewable (plastic).

This dog took things to an entirely different level. He did his best impression of a can opener. He was determined to chew his way into the Caddy and his entrance point was the quarter panel. Apparently something caught his attention and he thought, rightly or wrongly, that the something had taken refuge inside the Caddy.

Fortunately for the owner of the vehicle, the dog was unsuccessful, however, the quarter panel was definitely bent out of shape. So, the team at ABC sprang into action to repair and paint the areas where the dog did battle the car.

The best part about this story is that the dog is actually a very well-behaved hunting dog with a "soft mouth". Couldn't tell it by looking at that quarter panel could ya!