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Old Sep 19th 2010, 11:52 pm
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chewed my $500 sunglasses
Our five year old golden lab sat on my very expensive sunglasses last spring.....my own fault for leaving them where he could reach them....

Here's a pic of hunter.....
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Old Sep 22nd 2010, 12:21 pm
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Originally Posted by mikeco1 View Post
My dog gets the best, slippers, shoes, welli boots, lies on my bed and won't let anyone near me without the password, a chocolate biscuit.

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Well I guess thats her `reward` for being so cute!!!!!!!!!!!!

At the weekend I potted 20 little seedling herbs & veggies .Lovingly waterd them and since then have moved them around garden to catch sun in places the lab cannot get them.Today she found them and chewed the lot!!Even the garlic plant!
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A few months back I bought my wife some nice chocolates. I thought it would be a nice idea to leave them out on the table so she could see them when she came home.

So off I went to meet her at the station and on our return nothing was a miss....until about after 10 minutes I remembered that there should be a box of chocolates on the table. Looking over at our dog clive I noticed a little bit of wrapping paper on his bed.

Turns out the pooch had eaten the lot, chocolates, box and gift wrapping
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My labrador ate his house...well, he ate the door and all the surrounds. We had to take it apart and build him a stronger one (wood with metal attached) as the poor thing was finding it hard to poop. Not surprising! He also ate my neighbours £400 riding boots, a riding glove, my wellies, dad's wellies, trainers, a coat, 2 rugs and got a kneecap stuck in his jaws. The joys of owning a Lab...

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When I was a kid we had a lassie dog she chewed a box of matches during the night and somehow one ignighted. Next morning we went downstairs to a dog with singed hair on her side and a burnt patch in the carpet. We were lucky the house didn't burn down. The insurance company found it hard to believe and came out to inspect the dog and carpet. Still don't know how she managed to light a match bet even the real Lassie couldn't have done that.
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My labrador ate his house...well, he ate the door and all the surrounds. We had to take it apart and build him a stronger one (wood with metal attached) as the poor thing was finding it hard to poop. Not surprising! He also ate my neighbours £400 riding boots, a riding glove, my wellies, dad's wellies, trainers, a coat, 2 rugs and got a kneecap stuck in his jaws. The joys of owning a Lab...

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The joys of loving a Lab are many!
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When I was a kid we had a lassie dog she chewed a box of matches during the night and somehow one ignighted. Next morning we went downstairs to a dog with singed hair on her side and a burnt patch in the carpet. We were lucky the house didn't burn down. The insurance company found it hard to believe and came out to inspect the dog and carpet. Still don't know how she managed to light a match bet even the real Lassie couldn't have done that.
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My daughter has not got a toy without part of it missing or a big hole in it with the stuffing coming out.You would think Sid Philips from Toy Story lived here not a lab/kelpie crossSue.
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Here's my mate Sparkey....despite his chewing habits
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The joys of loving a Lab are many!
We're just discovering that!

Who on earth could ever have thought that getting two 3 month old labs was a good idea?

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Here's my mate Sparkey....despite his chewing habits
Oh, he's adorable
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My daughter has not got a toy without part of it missing or a big hole in it with the stuffing coming out.You would think Sid Philips from Toy Story lived here not a lab/kelpie crossSue.
We are a family of five with not one complete pair of shoes between us which also have inner soles and laces......what can I say?Our girl has a shoe fetish!!!!!!!!!
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Here's my mate Sparkey....despite his chewing habits
Hmmmmm!A sunglass chewer.But how adorable is he????????? You couldnot be angry for long and after all anything left at his level is his!!!!!!!!!
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We are a family of five with not one complete pair of shoes between us which also have inner soles and laces......what can I say?Our girl has a shoe fetish!!!!!!!!!
I had forgotten about the number of shoes my dog has had a go at!The other dog has never really been a chewer thank goodness.More into food now she is on medication for fits though I am so pleased it is not the lab as she is greedy enoughSue.
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