July 15, 2024



NYers doping pets, using doggie stunt doubles to get past co-op boards

New York Post


For the first 30 minutes of the co-op board interview, the Frenchton — a mix between a Boston terrier and a French bulldog — was a little angel.

But as the minutes ticked past and the dog’s drugs started to wear off, her owner got nervous.

“She gets excited when she meets new people, so we gave her Benadryl,” said the 51-year old marketing executive. “The vet told us it would help. She was prescribed it to help with itchy skin, but he said to give it to her that day close to the interview” to keep the dog calm.

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