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    lol nugget killed 2 bean bags or aka she made snow lol and made a mess of the yard lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by jadielee87 View Post
    Lol Bella's for today...

    I seriously laughed at this picture for like an hour i keep coming back to it and wetting my self laughing! i so badly want to write a sign like this for my dog but i could never find enough paper to write down everything shameful my dog did this week and if some how i did find enough paper he would probably eat it all before i could take a picture of him!

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    lol, 0 days since I ate my own shaming sign.
    (must destroy evidence)

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    LOL lovwe love love...

    my dogs are angels so no funnies from me...LOLOLOLOL yea right.

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    Hmm, let see, just this week? Ok.

    Pip: Destroyed her 3rd bed, ate a garden light, dug a massive hole in the garden, stole several shoes (luckily I retrieved them before any damage was done) and destroyed 3 toys. On a day to day basis, she regularly harasses the cats, steals laundry off the clothes rack, and pretty much everytime she is out of sight she is up to something!

    So much destruction in such a little package!

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    Like a lot of girls - toffee has a shoe fetish........she likes to eat mine, She also has a good eye for nice and expensive underwear.....she goes through my draw if I leave it open and finds my nice undies and bras.....not the ugly one just the nice ones........ and then eats them.............

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    Went out for an hour, came home to find a chewed bra in Pips crate - dunno how she got it, since the bedroom door is shut, but I guess she has her ways...

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    Sadly I cannot show you what Hooch has done since our drain cover has disappeared. It's gone.
    We know Hooch has a secret hideout. We can't figure out where but we have a feeling we will find half of our household items in it. Considering our back yard is small - it must be a super good hiding spot for us not to see it!
    Hmmmm

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    I'm so glad my dog doesn't eat underwear! Nor drain covers. Lol

    But I just realised I left my lunch on the kitchen table and there's FA chance it'll still be there when I get home. Lol

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    Kronos my OHs rotti pup in a 24 hour window has:
    eaten all the parts telstra are meant to be installing tomorrow
    eaten my leather horse ridding boots
    eaten my sons leather boots
    eaten my OH boots (a 3 pairs including a set of steel caps)
    eaten all but 2 of the phone charger cables in the house
    eaten parts of my car
    is slowly knawing a hole in the side of our green wheelie bin
    Stolen (probably eaten) 4 of my six lead ropes
    scatched the beejeebuz out of the laundry door in a rental house
    Ate the pot plant my son gave me for mothers day- 5 mins after putting it outside for some rain
    Stole(suspect eaten) my thongs the last pair of foot wear i had OH had to get me really cheap sneakers so I could go shoe shopping for new shoes
    and much, MUCH more

    Oh and Gypsy our Kelpie wont stop barking at the kangoroos between 10pm and 7 am

    Please Note: both these dog are exercised every day until they drop, live on a little over an acre, get all the attention they want any time of the day, have plenty of toys, bones etc. And all this stuff was what we though out of doggy reach. I am hoping like hell it is teething because he LIKES all the stuff we smear on everything to make Kronos stop chewing and the sly little bugger never lets us see him doing it so we can't tell him off in time.

    But we love them both

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