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post #11 of 26 Old 02-24-2011, 07:39 AM
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Oh, look how beautiful he is. He is innocent I tell you. Someone must have broke in and forced him to commit the act.
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post #12 of 26 Old 02-24-2011, 12:08 PM
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Gotta love dogs,always doin stuff to get attention. Is a strict leash law here,and most keep their dogs in fenced yards. I have no fence and so Hoover is tethered to 50 foot cable for most of the day.
At night,when it is late,, We go for walks through the neighborhood and sometimes I let him remain free from the cable until I leave for work around 3:00 AM.
Have found all sort's of stuff that he has collected and brought home. Boot's, garden hoses, lawn dart's, Tiki torches,welcome mats, lawn chairs,and my favorite... One very large plastic frog that croaks if you pass close by it.
It amuses him to drag this stuff home, but not so much the neighbors I generally try to hide the stuff or return it, but I fear a fence or kennel is on my to do list come spring when the ground has thawed a little.
Bad hoover!
LMAO, he has brought all that stuff home?? And then you hide the stuff?? LOL. You say bad Hoover but I bet you taught him that trick. Who doesn't want a nice tiki torch for the patio?? The extra light it will provide will help you when you're building that fence this spring, lol.

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LMAO, he has brought all that stuff home?? And then you hide the stuff?? LOL. You say bad Hoover but I bet you taught him that trick. Who doesn't want a nice tiki torch for the patio?? The extra light it will provide will help you when you're building that fence this spring, lol.
Yes, He manages to drag all of the afore mentioned home. The tiki torches were all attached by electrical cord and lined one side of the neighbors driveway ,They were not amused.
I paid for the damage and scolded hoover profusely in front of said neighbor. Soon as the neighbor left,,both hoover and I grinned and I went and got him a Milk bone.
He has never eaten any fish food,but did chew open a plastic tub of catfish stinkbait. God,,His breath stunk and I believe he even rolled in the crap.

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Yes, He manages to drag all of the afore mentioned home. The tiki torches were all attached by electrical cord and lined one side of the neighbors driveway ,They were not amused.
I paid for the damage and scolded hoover profusely in front of said neighbor. Soon as the neighbor left,,both hoover and I grinned and I went and got him a Milk bone.
LMAO!!!!!! You MUST post pics of Hoover!!

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OMG I DO he's beautiful <3 though I'm not sure I want to put up with a fish food eating dog ><
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Aaawww.come on now. He's too adorable to give away. You're mad at him now but in a day or two when he's looking at you with his sweet innocent face you'll forget about the few dollars the fish food set you back. lol

On a similar note, my cats got into my fish food and ate a whole package of algae wafers. Bad kitties!!

Oh no! Algae wafers? I wonder. Is there any of this food that can be detrimental to dogs and cats....


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Ahahaha! My dog did that once... the cat had knocked the food onto the floor and I didn't realize it... the dog did the work of opening the lid, and they both got to eat some before I caught them... I think it was planned.
I bet it was planned!! I hate dogs. Stupid dogs.


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We've all been there. :) Once one of my dogs chewed my mom's lap top charger cord. Nice right? I've lost so many shoes too. LOL

He looks so innocent!!!
Yes, I had a pup chew my cords before and No. He is NOT innocent. Raja cares about nothing, unless it smells, going to the snow, and his "lovey" after he eats. Gots to have that or he will howl and howl until you find it.



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Yuck! My Belgian was unable to open the lid though so no trouble there. I did spill fish foods by accident before and unfortunately, the dogs ate them before I could clean up. Be glad it it doesn't have ethoxyquin.
Do I even wanna know what that is?


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Ha! He's a husky, they can get into anything, crafty clever dogs. I'll take him, no problem. Raja is one of the most gorgeous dogs I've ever laid eyes on. You don't even have to deliver, I'll come pick him up.
When and where??

PS. I came home one day to my brand new living room cocktail table, all corners chewed right off. Thanks for that Kasey. (My German Shepherd)
Oh , Hell No. ( oops. can I say Hell? Well, if not, take it out boss) A Husky he is! Seriously. And you'd think after 10 years we would remember NOT to walk away and leave your plate of food or pizza on the table ~ not even for a second, man.

Once ~

I had gotten together a bunch of food for a client who desperately needed it. Four packs of tortillas, big bag of shredded cheese, bagels, I can't even remember what else. It was all packed on our kit table.

We came home and OMG. They ate, we have a poodle puppy too, Yogi, they ate ALL of the tortillas, ALL of them, all the muffins, there was cheese everywhere!!

They partied out, I'm tellin ya!


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Gotta love dogs,always doin stuff to get attention. Is a strict leash law here,and most keep their dogs in fenced yards. I have no fence and so Hoover is tethered to 50 foot cable for most of the day.
At night,when it is late,, We go for walks through the neighborhood and sometimes I let him remain free from the cable until I leave for work around 3:00 AM.
Have found all sort's of stuff that he has collected and brought home. Boot's, garden hoses, lawn dart's, Tiki torches,welcome mats, lawn chairs,and my favorite... One very large plastic frog that croaks if you pass close by it.
It amuses him to drag this stuff home, but not so much the neighbors I generally try to hide the stuff or return it, but I fear a fence or kennel is on my to do list come spring when the ground has thawed a little.
Bad hoover!
LOL!! That is a great story!! Love it.


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Gorgeous dog...you'll have to forgive him...just look at those eyes!
uh huh. Okay. Sure.

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Oh, look how beautiful he is. He is innocent I tell you. Someone must have broke in and forced him to commit the act.
They say that our pets do most of their destruction 10 min after we leave the home. We have always wanted to leave a video on and check it all out.


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LMAO, he has brought all that stuff home?? And then you hide the stuff?? LOL. You say bad Hoover but I bet you taught him that trick. Who doesn't want a nice tiki torch for the patio?? The extra light it will provide will help you when you're building that fence this spring, lol.
LOL!


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Yes, He manages to drag all of the afore mentioned home. The tiki torches were all attached by electrical cord and lined one side of the neighbors driveway ,They were not amused.
I paid for the damage and scolded hoover profusely in front of said neighbor. Soon as the neighbor left,,both hoover and I grinned and I went and got him a Milk bone.
He has never eaten any fish food,but did chew open a plastic tub of catfish stinkbait. God,,His breath stunk and I believe he even rolled in the crap.
Oh My Gosh. I can't stop laughing!!


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LMAO!!!!!! You MUST post pics of Hoover!!
Absolutely!!



Here are few more of Raja ~ Feel free to post some!












And he is a SNOW DOG, for goodness sake!


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Ethoxyquin is a preservative used in prepared foods to prevent the foods from rotting, HOWEVER, this preservative has already been recorded to cause multiple health problems among dogs and high mortality rate in fish. You will find that on several dog forums, ethoxyquin is a taboo. Even fish forums that advise strict dietary regimen will agree that ethoxyquin should be banned from use. Avoid all foods that contain this product.

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post #17 of 26 Old 02-25-2011, 08:56 AM
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Sounds like an inside job!!! I hope you do not have capital punishment in your state! Great pictures everyone!! Here are my guys!! Jake and Sylvia!!
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post #18 of 26 Old 02-25-2011, 12:15 PM
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Awesome dogs, underh2o!

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post #19 of 26 Old 02-25-2011, 05:00 PM
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Thank You Kimmie !! We all lover our animals don't we!!!

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post #20 of 26 Old 02-25-2011, 05:41 PM
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Gorgeous dogs!!!

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