Grandma loses her false teeth, finds out the dog is wearing them

Picture of Luna the dog smiling
Luna without the dentures (Picture: Anna Carolina Lima )

Our doggos never fail to entertain us, whether they’re photobombing important moments or faking a broken leg to get snacks.

While they might be a nuisance in the moment, our four-legged friends provide brilliant material for story-telling.

One grandmother who lost her false teeth will probably tell everyone about the time the dog ate them.

The cheeky pet, Luna, belongs to Anna Carolina Lima, who adopted the dog from the streets of Brazil and gave her a loving home.
When Anna went to visit her grandma one day, she brought Luna with her.

The two got along so well that Anna decided to leave the dog with her gran while she shopped.

While Anna was away, her grandma went for her nap, taking out her dentures as she usually did.

The old woman put her false teeth under her pillow but little did she know that mischievous Luna was watching the whole thing.

Luna with dentures she stole
Luna with the dentures (Picture: Anna Carolina Lima)

Curious as ever, Luna grabbed the false teeth while the gran slept and had some fun.

While the humans looked for the teeth everywhere, Luna ran off with the teeth and put them in her mouth.

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Cue hilarious pictures.

Luna grinning with false teeth in her mouth
You’re not slick, Luna (Picture: Anna Carolina Lima)

The fun had to stop once Anna realised that a missing false set of gnashers could only mean one thing.

After hours of searching, they pointed their attention at the dog who, of course, was amused by everyone’s search.

She didn’t put up much of a fight and swiftly returned the set to the owner.

Luna pictured with her owner Anna
Anna rescued Luna from the streets of Brazil

Apparently, dogs nicking teeth is a regular occurrence, according to Facebook users who commented on the story.

‘We own a denture clinic and dogs love eating dentures,’ attested one commenter. ‘I remember when mum’s dog was running around with our mum’s teeth in her mouth,’ said another.

Let’s just hope they all gave the dentures a deep scrub.

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