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    Thank you for this Beloz - I think it deserves an entire forum heading on it's own. I briefly thought about posting to that dog shaming blog this morning, but couldn't stomach taking a photo. This morning, on my early before-work walk, Saffie the blonde bombshell (who looks so gorgeous and ladylike), once again rolled in human sh!t. In the brief time that she was off leash in a park we pass through she found where some grot had crapped under a tree and gleefully rolled it well into her lovely long coat. I then had the shame of walking home with a crap covered dog then faced the delightful job of shampooing her twice to get it out. Late for work, the only saving grace was the cold I've been fighting protected me somewhat from the stench.

    She will be on leash for some time now. Oscar never rolls in crap, Saffie loves it.

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    my staffie has never rolled in crap from what i know of
    but she does get into mistref when im at work
    i migth have to put a cam on her and tape it to what she dose all day lol
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    IMG_0418.jpg

    sorry- not sure how to size it??

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetboy View Post
    IMG_0418.jpg

    sorry- not sure how to size it??
    That's got to go on the website for sure. Lol

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    Loving these stories

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    Tashi is very highly strung and gets REALLY loud when she's excited. Her favorite game is to run alongside Ajax, barking in a shrill piercing way and biting his ear.

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    Misha has a zipper fetish! She has destroyed the zip on every cushion in the house. She'll quietly snuggle beside you on the lounge a chew the zips on your clothes - very sneaky

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    13 week pup sherlock shame of the week:.
    We popped around to my son's house, to reclaim my bike.
    We got a phone call last night from son: we'd forgotten to shut a door, pup has eaten a DVD machine! And all the spaghetti out the back of the tv.
    oh dear sherlock.

    1 yr pohm shame of the week:
    Stealing my OH's lolly tupperware container from the lounge, and eating a 1lb tub of sweets. Sick looking all night.

    4yr old bernie shame of the week:
    As it was a nice day, he thought he'd bring his inside bed out into the sun, and tried to drag it through the dog flag. Trapping it in the door, with him on the inside - FAIL

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    I love the quirky ones, like the zipper fetish. Banjo does this with valves of inflatable things. I had to throw out a massive inflatable pool because she chewed out one of the valves.

    And lol at Bernie's furniture moving fail. Banjo drags beds around to put them where they suit her too. I think it's pretty clever. My old dog would've never thought of doing that.

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    There used to be a powerboard under the computers in my home office.

    A certain puppy tried chewing that - exactly once.

    Since then the power cables and the network cables have been safe.

    I guess I'm lucky I still have her.

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