The actor told Today that "every precaution was taken."
"Somebody did shoot some video, and then took that video and edited other pieces to it to make it look like a dog was abused on set," Quaid told Jimmy Kimmel.
It's funny watching famous people get scared.
Thanks to Funny or Die.
Update, 4/15: As we predicted, turns out it was a hoax created by Funny or Die.
They have class and you don't.
As if you couldn't love this pair any more.
In celebration of Dennis Quaid in the movie "Parent Trap." He deserves all of this.
You can expense your cocaine? If only I'd saved my receipts.
And gets him to talk like a woman. A british woman. Hey, Oprah, do we seriously still need to vote for this guy? He's clearly a winner.