Your dog is not your daughter, according to police.
A Missouri woman paid a $100 fine for calling 911 to report her dog had collapsed, The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.
Rose Lakey of O'Fallon had referred to the Great Dane as her "daughter" when she made the emergency call on Easter Sunday. She said Wednesday — the day she paid the fine — that the word "daughter" came out accidentally.
Regardless, Lakey was accused of misusing 911. After initially pleading not guilty, Lake decided to dispose of the municipal charge.
Lakey and her husband had just finished walking the 140-pound dog, Oreo, when the animal collapsed. She said she called 911 in a panic. Emergency workers helped get Oreo to an animal hospital, but the dog died.