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Thread: Revenge of the camp chair..

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    Default Revenge of the camp chair..

    We've had a camp chair sitting in our garage for months now that somebody left here after a party. About 2am this morning I left for work and put the dogs in the garage and just got home to find Molly a bit stuck...

    She's clearly had a chew of the chair and then it has seeked revenge. Haha! Don't know how long she was stuck like that. She definitely wasn't impressed that I had to run back upstairs and get my phone to take photos before I could free her

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    OMG poor Molly! But I couldn't help laughing!! How on earth did she manage to get herself in that predicament!!

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    HAHA Sucked in Molly!!! (sorry) Oskar is a serial chewer....last night he killed two barbie dolls.

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    Poor barbies! This chair was folded up and in it's bag so she's chewed through the bag and somehow unfolded the chair.. don't think she would've learnt her lesson though! Wish I had thought to write a 'dog-shaming' sign before I freed her

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    I have an Ikea chair, the sort with the smooth flowing (chewed) wooden arms that can rock a bit. Maggie got on her favourite and tried to catch her tail. She ended up with her back half threaded through the arm and on the floor and the front half on the seat, completely immobilised. She couldn't get enough leverage to get up or down, had a hard time getting her out as I was laughing. Didn't think of a picture. I was glad she did it while we her home as she could have hurt herself struggling to get out.
    Saw a rescue on Youtube of a man climbing the fence into a yard with to rotti's ( or something similar). One was tangled into a garden chair, fortunately they were both inclined to be gracious to a helper. He was either very brave or foolish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by farrview View Post
    I have an Ikea chair, the sort with the smooth flowing (chewed) wooden arms that can rock a bit. Maggie got on her favourite and tried to catch her tail. She ended up with her back half threaded through the arm and on the floor and the front half on the seat, completely immobilised. She couldn't get enough leverage to get up or down, had a hard time getting her out as I was laughing. Didn't think of a picture. I was glad she did it while we her home as she could have hurt herself struggling to get out.
    Saw a rescue on Youtube of a man climbing the fence into a yard with to rotti's ( or something similar). One was tangled into a garden chair, fortunately they were both inclined to be gracious to a helper. He was either very brave or foolish.
    Poor Maggie! It's hard not to laugh at our dogs sometimes! A bulldog jumped on the park bench at the dog park yesterday and slipped through the gab between the seat and the back-rest and was quite stuck, that was funny too.
    I saw that video on youtube too! Definitely a very brave man!

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    what a brilliant 'gotcha' moment photo
    poor maggie

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    great photo. I think Mac has one of her dog snoozing in one of those.

    I can't believe she got it out of the bag and unfolded it (a dingo took my baby). Must have smelled of BBQ.

    Best revenge one of my camp chairs had was to drop a very fat bastard on the ground. The canvas and stitching just couldn't cope. It didn't occur to me that the chair had a weight limit on it - because the heaviest person in my family was about 1/3 the weight of the fat drunken guy.

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    Classic...you couldnt do that if you tried. Poor pooche.


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    Yeah, the situations our pups can get themselves into !

    Hope only her pride was hurt !

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