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    He better grow out of it... Funny how the first month we had him he was an angel, I guess he wanted to make sure I properly fall in love with him to the point of no return before he started being himself.
    Kinda like when you date someone and you are on your best behaviour until he puts a ring on you and then you put on weight LOL!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunny-girl View Post
    LOL I am loving the photos!!! it honestly is making me feel better. Hooch stole our dinner last night off the kitchen benchtop, took it outside.
    My son said to my husband (I was at work).. "Daddy did you give Hooch our dinner?"
    He also started gnawing on his Kennel!! We sprayed it with bitter spray. IF it doesnt work I am going to put chili on his tail! lol
    I once got a phone call when I was just about to start cooking dinner. When I came back I found one of our foster cats (a very big boy) gnawing on one of our steaks and eventually found the packet the other had been wrapped in on the lawn and Banjo looking very pleased. I had to order pizza that night.

    Now I put all raw meat and the likes on top of the pantry where even the cats cannot jump up until I'm ready to put it in the pan. And yeah, we never turn our backs on our dinner for even a second! It's survival of the most attentive here.

    I do occasionally use the microwave or oven too if I have to leave my plate somewhere for a moment.

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    we leave out meat that's left out to defrost in the microwave or oven. Our dogs have never jumped on our benches but our cat's are notorious for getting into our meat left on the bench. gladwrap, frozen - it's still all gone

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kristy.Maree View Post
    Actually I was wrong, blamed the wrong dog! Look at what I came home to today...

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    Hehehehe, good girl molly..keep mommy on her toes
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xena's Mum View Post
    I came home to this after popping out for 10 mins to the corner shop. Id rather they trash the backyard lol

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    Xenas mum, my goodness do your house cleaners have a "business card", very creative..Hehehe
    The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated.
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    I made dinner once, put it on the table and then the power went out so I went downstairs to check the fuse box, turned the power back on, got to the table and dinner was gone! The only evidence I had was Meika with a very full tummy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cavalierqld View Post
    Xenas mum, my goodness do your house cleaners have a "business card", very creative..Hehehe
    Nah the house cleaner also answer to "baby" my OH is a god send sometimes, Dont tell him I said that need to keep him on his toes! For a man who never had a "pet" dog and never wanted one ( dogs are farm tools) he's certainly smitten by our two girls.

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    LOL seems like whatever Hooch does everyone has done before.. so come on guys - give me the heads up.. WHATS NEXT?????

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    Well destruction - I have never really had it with my pups ! Moving things or rearranging furniture - yes - all five to different degrees have been a bit guilty of that ! De-stuffing fluffy toys - well that is a given ! So sorry no hints as to where your pup will go next !

    My first GSP was a little girl and very cute and very young when I first got her. As I was at Uni at that stage - I popped her in a bag and off we went to lectures. That went well for quite a long while until we had this really boring lecturer and his voice used to drone on and on and on. The old lecture theatres in those days used to have long bench seats and so pup with the help of all her friends - used to have free rein and heaps of different laps to snuggle up to. So when she put her front paws on the desk and did very loud whoo whoos - because she really didn't like this particular lecturer - well her uni days were over.

    I was living in a half house with a friend and on the other side of the house were 2 guys that I suppose nowadays would be classed as the 1% lot ! Anyway the guys used to go to work early in the morning and as they were leaving used to bang on the walls to get us up so that we could make 8 o'clock lectures. They also had a key for our place to let the pup out when they got home.

    My home time was always about 3 pm and pup used to allow me about 5 mins. From about 15 minutes to 3 she would start bringing downstairs to the back yard, bras and undies out of the washing basket in the bathroom. She would arrange these all around the yard - and wait.

    When she had decided that she had waited long enough - and of course egged on by the 2 guys next door having beers on the back verandah and watching - off she went and destroyed all that she had put in the back yard.

    It cost us a fortune - and yes she did grow out of it !

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    Kuri, that is one of the best photo's ive ever seen of naughty dogs!
    Surely a prize winner.

    I came home to the last chilli plant having been eaten by Pohm. My husband fancies himself as a kitchen gardener in pots, so herbs, chillies etc on deck (fool!), Pohm has delusions of starvation, and will eat anything semi edible. So had emptied 2 large stone planters, spread the dirt over the deck, our swing seat, and his chair.

    She was so pleased to see him walk onto the deck, not for long. He's not talking to her now. And this morning, still not talking to her lol. This is his way of punishing her, to not pet or talk to her. LIke she gives a flying fig lol

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