Lindsey Vonn's dogs are recovering after an incident involving a porcupine.
On Sept. 22, the Olympic skier posted several photos and videos of her pups. Several of the posts show the dogs with quills stuck in their faces.
"So… my boys got into some trouble over the weekend," she captioned the post. "They ran out of the house and chased after a porcupine… as boys do. Incredibly thankful that they are ok."
In addition to the images showing the effects of the attack, Lindsey also shared adorable photos and videos of her dogs after the quills were removed.
"I greatly appreciate my family and friends for helping them make it home safe and the love and care that they got from White Pine Vet," she wrote. "You guys are the best!"
Lindsey also posted about the ordeal on the Instagram account dedicated to her dogs.
"But it looked like it wanted to play…." the post read alongside the funny hashtag, "The Porcupine Is Not Our Friend."
Many of Lindsey's A-list pals commented with shock. Lindsey's fiancé, hockey player P.K. Subban, was confident that the pups will quickly bounce back.
"My boys will be right back in the mix," he wrote.