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    WOW this thread was from ages ago .. glad you found the pic Kassie. Pretty funny eh! I could probably fill up a page load of pics of the silly things I have seen Lola and Zep do! Hmmm, I should do that one day?

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    Mine decided his steel bowl would make a good chew toy


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    LMAO @ what Josh's boy did

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    My old Labrador, Jackson use to tie his favourite blanket around your feet and start playing tug-o-war with you. It was cute as a pup, but as a 1yr old, he always almost tripped you over!

    He also liked to still try and fit through the cat door he used to run through as a puppy...this was at 1yr old...again lol. All he could fit through was his big boof head LOL
    Only a twinkle in his daddys eye ♥♡
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    This isn't really something funny he did, it's just a funny pic that I've always liked of Jackson as a pup.

    BTW, they are his EARS not his FEET LOL

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    I suppose this is also a silly thing on Deccas part. But not really once you think about what could have happened.

    I got home from work about 3 weeks ago, and Decca was quite happily running around the back yard playing with a dead 3 foot brown snake which I am pretty sure he would have got himself. I got it away from him as soon as I realised what it was, lucky dog he is I reckon.

    You can see him standing on the other side of the gate, just sitting there waiting to get it again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussie Floyd View Post
    LMAO @ what Josh's boy did

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    HEAR HEAR

    my old boy chews on bricks, metal, himself lol and pretty well anything he can sink his teeth into.

    You put him inside, he chews the door frame to get outside!
    You put him outside, he chews the door frame to get inside!

    ARRGGGGHHHHH!!!

    Love to be angry with him . . . . . . . wouldn't give him up for any other non destructive dog!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DR JOSH View Post
    I suppose this is also a silly thing on Deccas part. But not really once you think about what could have happened.

    I got home from work about 3 weeks ago, and Decca was quite happily running around the back yard playing with a dead 3 foot brown snake which I am pretty sure he would have got himself. I got it away from him as soon as I realised what it was, lucky dog he is I reckon.

    You can see him standing on the other side of the gate, just sitting there waiting to get it again.


    OMG Decca, you sure are a lucky boy. hate to think of consequences if brown snake did bite Decca

    Stafford's hey, some times they are silly bugga's & think that some critters are bloody toys

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    boss drags chewy (the cat) outside if we are outside doing stuff... i think he reckon the whole family needs to be outside at the same time. then at night boss wont go to sleep unless chewy is with him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DR JOSH View Post
    I suppose this is also a silly thing on Deccas part. But not really once you think about what could have happened.

    I got home from work about 3 weeks ago, and Decca was quite happily running around the back yard playing with a dead 3 foot brown snake which I am pretty sure he would have got himself. I got it away from him as soon as I realised what it was, lucky dog he is I reckon.

    You can see him standing on the other side of the gate, just sitting there waiting to get it again.
    Bugger me...he is ONE lucky Stafford...your Decca!

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