Just a day after purchasing the camera new, a customer of Belgian camera shop PCH brought his Nikon D500 back in with some, uh, unique cosmetic modifications. His German Shepherd 'Rex' got ahold of the camera and gave it a bit of a makeover, chewing through most of the lens hood and memory card port cover.

As highlighted in the video above, the D500's magnesium-alloy build prevented Rex from doing any real structural damage. And amazingly, the camera seems to be in perfect working condition, aside from a lingering dog-chew-toy-smell noted by PCH. If nothing else, it's a testament to the D500's toughness, and reminder to dog owners to keep new cameras out of reach from curious pets.