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    Quote Originally Posted by peter70 View Post
    Something that happened two weeks ago left me quite shocked and surprised.
    Nero my 11month old Neopolitan Mastiff was struggling to complete "a poo" and as i moved close i could see approx 8"inches of something hanging from his bum. I grabbed the hose and give him a bit of a squirt around the said area and noticed that this wasnt breaking down whatever it was still protuding.
    With the dog looking very uncomfortable i moved in and began to gently remove the item in its complete form, that being a whole standard size teatowel. The look of relief and regret combined on his face was something to behold.
    I still cant believe he was able to swallow a complete teatowel, without a:, not choking on it, and b:, being able to pass it (kind of).
    It is not his 1st time in the material department as previously i found a sock in amongst his waste when cleaning up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by peter70 View Post
    Something that happened two weeks ago left me quite shocked and surprised.
    Nero my 11month old Neopolitan Mastiff was struggling to complete "a poo" and as i moved close i could see approx 8"inches of something hanging from his bum. I grabbed the hose and give him a bit of a squirt around the said area and noticed that this wasnt breaking down whatever it was still protuding.
    With the dog looking very uncomfortable i moved in and began to gently remove the item in its complete form, that being a whole standard size teatowel. The look of relief and regret combined on his face was something to behold.
    I still cant believe he was able to swallow a complete teatowel, without a:, not choking on it, and b:, being able to pass it (kind of).
    It is not his 1st time in the material department as previously i found a sock in amongst his waste when cleaning up.
    Our previous Rottweiler ate a plastic bag and I had to do the same thing...pull it out of his bottom

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    Quote Originally Posted by peter70 View Post
    Something that happened two weeks ago left me quite shocked and surprised.
    Nero my 11month old Neopolitan Mastiff was struggling to complete "a poo" and as i moved close i could see approx 8"inches of something hanging from his bum. I grabbed the hose and give him a bit of a squirt around the said area and noticed that this wasnt breaking down whatever it was still protuding.
    With the dog looking very uncomfortable i moved in and began to gently remove the item in its complete form, that being a whole standard size teatowel. The look of relief and regret combined on his face was something to behold.
    I still cant believe he was able to swallow a complete teatowel, without a:, not choking on it, and b:, being able to pass it (kind of).
    It is not his 1st time in the material department as previously i found a sock in amongst his waste when cleaning up.
    Some dogs OHs mums keeshound ate one of her T-shirts... She had to pull it out too...

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    A little poetic licence taken in my story for effect.

    It is what she DOESN"T do rather than does.

    Hubby lets her in when he goes off to work. I am usually still in bed.

    I blearily realise it is time when the walls start shaking, the sound of an impending stampede of cattle....then the scary silence. In that silence I know she is mid air, jumping onto the high bed and over hubby's half that is closest to her. I raise my arms to cover my face....and she comes in with exuberant wake up kisses and hugs (I just KNOW where that mouth has been)

    Hubby had a very late night working at a function in town so I was up before him to feed the pups.

    Pretty crept down the hall so not as to disturb him and he got a gentle paws on the bed and face licking good morning. Ugggghhhhhhh, horrible cow.

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    Di Dee Ziggy does the same thing. Apparently being in bed still means play time and lots of kisses! Although she does it to both of us- I wonder why your hubby gets quiet kisses?

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    So we bought some coconuts (brown hairy things) for the staffies...thought there is no way they can ruin them...yeah right! Sumo snapped one of them in half!

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    Gawd, Clea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Harmony View Post
    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?
    i will love to see them

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    We finally found out how Mindy was getting her treats off the bench last night....

    Looked out the window and spotted her with her back legs on the roof of the kennel, and her front legs on the bench nosing around for her pack of pigs ears!

    Kennel is now relocated.....

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