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Thread: Who's Had Luck Stopping a Dog Ripping Bedding Apart?

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    Lol. Your answers have me ROFLMAO. At least I'm not alone and Logan is in good company!

    Nup, gonna have to get some scram or stop chew or similar. Used it years ago with good results, so will try that again.

    My question is, WHY ONLY THAT BED? Will start sleeping in it for a few days Von and see how that goes, cause I just can't figure out any OTHER reason of why she leaves everyone's beds alone completely - but not that one???
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    why?.....to drive you crazy

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    Lol Bec, that's funny. Yep, prolly true too, the look on her face says it all.
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    YAY for not having a destructive dog!!! woo go me! sorry i had to rub it in A little =)

    the only things gyps destroys, are golf balls....she loves them... i know they are small but she is very carefull with what sHe puts in her mouth, hell she crunches kibble into peices before she swallows it! she has never even looked like choking.......any way she shreds golfballs its insane! OH got sick of all his golf balls ending up in peices, so he'd take them off her after they had been playing. (OH practices his drive on the oval, gyps brings all the balls back), so now she bolts inside and hides hem before he can get them off her. i found one in my bag when i was at work the other day!! they have been in my bed, in the fridge, in the laundry, burried in the couch, in shoes ect ect ect and then she shreds them when no one is looking =) clever pooch
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    So have you tried a stack of tin cans on the cushions yet?

    Trouble with my insurance is I have chosen a $500 excess and so far Frosty hasn't destroyed anything worth more than that.

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    Not yet Hy, I don't have any tin cans.
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    DA, I just had to go and find this old pic from about 4 years ago - look what I came home to one evening! The culprit was a 6 month old JRTx foster dog....the sofa was only a year old! Oh and the back of it was completely missing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    But it's like the spare bed is some sort of ruddy beacon!!! MUST DESTROY, MUST DESTROY, MUST DESTROY!!!
    OO, shades of Spirit

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    OMG Von!!!

    I would have had a heart attack, and I think husband would have killed them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GreysAreGreat View Post
    DA, I just had to go and find this old pic from about 4 years ago - look what I came home to one evening! The culprit was a 6 month old JRTx foster dog....the sofa was only a year old! Oh and the back of it was completely missing!
    Oh my gawd !!!
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