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    Hey Findeb, unfortunitly I'm taking a time out on the booze "sigh" it was nice to have the day off though

    Bought the collar of ebay no link the guys whos selling them hasn't got any listings atm

    Here is a pic of the damage hes done to the front step was due to be replaced after I finish building the deck but meh lol he has got some chewing power


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    That's ok, I've had a couple for you in honour of your birthday!!

    Geez Louise ... you're not wrong about his chewing power, hope the house is reinforced!! Funny aren't they, Ruby doesn't chew stuff, her preference is de-stuffing things

    I might look on eBay for one collars, can't find anything I really like in the shops ...

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    Have you seen these collars - Ruthless used to post in here from time to time, she still does the collars - any way you want ie to bling or not to bling.

    Ruthless Leather | strong bespoke collars & leads

    I think K9 Pro The K9 Professionals; Online Dog Shop also have leather collars.

    I like Rogz for dogz - especially the ones with reflective strips in them. The way Frosty plays - her collars gets chewed quite a bit by other dogs - and she does the same to the other dogs collars.

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    Love the Ruthless collars - i've liked their Facebook page & will look thru the pictures and save some $$ to buy one of them for good wear!! Hubby will love them too. Thanks for the links!

    Ruby has a Rogz for dogz martingale collar for walks, beach, out playing, it does stand up to quite some punishment... off to look at K9 Pro now ...

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    OMG !!! THATS TERRIBLE !!!........a break from grog always sux but somtimes very necessary LOL.

    LOL...at the step mate. Try and get in good with your local butcher and buy big bones. Actually Matty, that reminds me that it's really worth been careful about him choking now.....especially with small bones like lamb off cuts and brisket bones. They are just a tempting size to swallow but they dont fit down the old throat !!! Mojo and i found out the hard way a few months ago when i say him choking on one. Bloody freaky $h!t i tell ya !! anyway from now on i only buy marrow bones cut length and width ways for my mutts.
    Tysons looking like a real champ. You watch his face will start filling out soon and he'll get a heap stronger too.


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    Oh yeah - the step

    Crib stop, or vics vapour rub, or wipe over with eucalyptus oil. May need to repeat treatments daily.

    And I get my dog a few large bits of gum tree for her to chew on when she wants. If that step was termite treated - it would be quite toxic for dogs.

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