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post #11 of 45 (permalink) Old 02-10-2013, 02:43 AM
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My lab chewed a hole through the bathroom wall (where she was left during the day when we were gone). We lived on base at the time, so my mom was extremely pleased about that.
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Dakota: chewed on a wooden decorative box that was used to hold playing cards and chewed on many pairs of flip flops. That was the worst for him. The only other thing was getting in the garbage 2x and tearing up newspaper. He was a wonderful puppy. Only peed in the house once from 6 weeks of age.

Ditto: chewed up a cardboard box and its contents, which was high school memorabilia. Other than that it was all cardboard boxes and a piece of the carpet. No big deal.

Daisy: Where to begin. Tore the downspout off the house. Chewed the door handle. Shredded the screen on the door. Dug up all around the house and made the basement leak. Got into garbage OUTSIDE and spread it around the yard and then wouldn't come inside at 2am. Pulled branches off a tree until it died. Will not return if she gets out, the worst time being when she almost jumped in the river. Other than that, counter surfing and trash, which I can handle.

Weegee: barking crazy out the window, biting people who come in (luckily no skin breaking), and chewing up flip flops.

Ditto GSD- 6 years old
Daisy Alaskan Husky- 4 years old
Weegee Toy Poodle- 2 years old

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scratched some antique funiture, put a hole in the
center of the tray flooring of the crate, chewed the
remote (never found the battery), while crated he managed
to get the edge of a pillow that was on the sofa, shred a news
paper (that was impressive).
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2 of my Labs ate 2 of my wife's chickens (laying hens).

Although in my dog's defense, the chickens flew into the DOG'S yard....
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Zeeva has destroyed about 6 shoes (different pairs).
She climbed on top of the dining table which was very odd.
She torn down some wood panels in the basement.
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Gunnar chewed/destroyed $800 worth of seatbelts in my wifes car as a toddler pup.
It started as her running inside to grab an order of pizza, but someone fell and injured themselves so she stayed inside to help.
She's an EMT so she forgot about the dog.
We forgave him, but it took a while. (Much longer for me)

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Nothing much in the way of damage but Riley managed to snag and devour an entire tub of margarine that I had just opened. He was very regular for the next week.

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Ranger has eaten: Shoes, Reading Glasses, Handkerchiefs (ya outa see them get, um, released from the other end lol), a cell phone, chewed through the computer power cable and cell phone charger(s). We had a dalmation that ate a pen and then pooped it out-whole! I'll never figure out how it came out in one piece!

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I'm laughing so hard reading this. We should pick a winner. :-) I'm personally torn between the margarine and the pen. :-)
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post #20 of 45 (permalink) Old 02-11-2013, 05:49 PM
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This one happened just a few weeks ago:

I'm finally relaxing after a long day with Juno and Bowser sleeping at my feet next to the fire. Suddenly Juno gets up and starts doing her "I'm gonna barf" noise. I shout at her to get away from the shag rugs and go outside. She completely MISSES the hardwood floor even though 90% of my flooring is wood and does a massive barf on my shag rug. Nooooooo....

Then she starts making her "I'm gonna barf" noise again. I usher her to the front door, but before she can make it outside, she does another massive barfs on my OTHER rug, which I step in because it's dark and I can't see where I'm going. So I get her chunky barf inbedded between my toes. NOOOOOOOooooooooooooooo........

I finally get Juno out the door. I go to get the cleaning supplies and then a suddenly realise that Bowser (then 14 weeks) is not following me like he usually does.

I rush back to the lounge to find to my absolute horror and disgust that ALL of Junos barf is gone. And Bowser is sitting there with a big smile and a delighted look on his face that says to me: "Midnight Snack, Mum!"


~ Juno ~ 25/10/11 ~ GSD
~ Bowser ~ 07/10/12 ~ GSD
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