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Old 01-16-2010, 04:57 PM   #31
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Had a pair of German shepherds that feasted on a 5 pound fruitcake that came in the mail. Opened the tin, peeled the plastic off, ate, and pooped colorful for a couple of days....festive. (didn't fit in the mailbox, so the postal worker or UPS guy dropped it over the fence onto the ground).
Best use for a fruitcake that I have ever heard. (besides doorstop)

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One morning I couldn't find my dog's leash, just a pile of chrome metal buckles and studs behind the couch. He had to go to the hospital and they cut him open. 6+ ft of leather leash,, chewed into 2"-3" pieces... I never leave his leashes on the ground anymore

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Old 01-17-2010, 03:54 PM   #33
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A lab will and can eat any thing!!
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Did he get sick? I thought chocolate was really bad for dogs - sometimes deadly.
I've heard that, too. But it didn't bother him at all.
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Old 01-17-2010, 08:22 PM   #35
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yeah my dog as got into chocolate bars and were fine i dont feed then to her but she snags one every once in awhile when i'm not looking
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1) horse poo, elk poo, bear poo
2) the felt thingies from the bottom of furniture legs
3) the wall
4) window tint
5) Kong chew toy
6) on the wheeling ride in the pic below, she grabbed tree branches from the side of the trail and made a pile in the back of the Jeep. Later, when we got home, she assumed the hump-back position and shat an entire 12" branch (with leaves still attached)

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Old 01-18-2010, 03:43 PM   #37
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My dearly departed basset hound named Humphrey would occasionally eat the pound of butter the milkman would leave on the back porch once a week.
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girlfriends dildo (thats bastard was 80 bucks!)
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lets see were to start,
socks, shoes, my toilet seat, 6-7 cat 5e Ethernet cables. my blanket, boxes, a supposed unchewable dog toy, cat poo, her own poo, vomit, part of the cat box, phone, tp, just about anything and everything that's sitting on the floor or within her reach.

she looks so innocent

the grayish bits on the floor was a tennis ball about 5 min before the picture was taken
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My dog likes to get into the trash and eat dirty diapers. Yeah, that's not fun to clean up. The trash is now in a closed closet.
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Old 05-24-2012, 01:08 PM   #41
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My boxer who is a smidge over 3.5 years old has eaten...

-A block of graham crackers
-A bar of dark chocolate or milk chocolate (can't remember... whatever you use for smores)
-A half bag of jumbo marshmellow's
(Ate the above in one sitting. My family came into town and we were going to make smores when we got back from dinner... little did we know he wanted to join in. I forgot to double lock... yes double lock his crate before we left... doh)
-A bag of makeup
-A coule ink cartridges for a printer
(Two above two things were also in addition to the smores that night)

-A bar of dove shower soap (felt bad for him cuz everytime he breathed out he blew bubbles hahaha)

-4 uncooked buttermilk biscuits (of all times he does this he does it when I have company coming over for Sunday breakfast)

-2 cooked buttermilk biscuits along with a huge mouth full of white gravy (only time he has ever crawled onto the table and eaten my breakfast let alone food)

I've pretty much come to the conclusion that his two favorite foods are smores and biscuits and gravy haha.
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Old 05-24-2012, 01:27 PM   #42
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My dog eats 3 to 4 socks a week. They go rite threw him hole.
He also swallows shop rags underwear and shoe soles
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Old 05-24-2012, 01:35 PM   #43
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The other day I picked up my lab's poop, put it in a pile and went inside for a baggie. When I came back outside the pile was gone. Magic I tell myself.

When I was a kid we had a runt can't called Little Bit. My dad worked at the mill and the cat would bat his ear plugs around when he got home from work. One day the cat got sick and started throwing up everything he ate. A trip to the vet, x-rays, and a surgery to remove an ear plug from the cats guts. He compressed it and swallowed it, as it moved through Little Bit's system it decompressed and got stuck.


I was puppy sitting my sister's mutt, I think it was part hell hound. The dog would chew on everything it could. Damned dog ate my son's teddy bear he had lovingly named his "Baby." Lil man found out and screamed "Tiger ate Baby!"
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in random order
the couch
wifes undies
my undies,,,,,,,ewwwwwwwwwww
socks
bed spread
soda can
soda bottle
shoes
news paper
roll of paper towels
chewed on a tube of mobil 1 grease
grass each and every day
countless stuffed animals
a mop
a broom
part of the window sill
my cell phone
pack of smokes
part of the shop vac
1 20 inch pizza
raw chicken
1 raw steak
1, 4 pound pork tender loin
my sons bag of weed,,,, now that was funny.
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My boxer is part cow... when I first got him I thought his stomach was bothering him since he ate so much grass. Got him checked out and all was/is normal. I'm about 99.9% sure he just loves the taste and texture of it. Oh and it's quite funny to see how particular he is about what grass he wants to eat and what he won't eat haha.
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So the old lady though this thing was cute. Put it on one of the little dogs, well needless to say as soon as it was off he found it, and ate it.
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My boxer is part cow... when I first got him I thought his stomach was bothering him since he ate so much grass. Got him checked out and all was/is normal. I'm about 99.9% sure he just loves the taste and texture of it. Oh and it's quite funny to see how particular he is about what grass he wants to eat and what he won't eat haha.
My boxer looooves eating grass. She just lays there and eats it.

My husky hunts and devours cicadias or whatever, locusts are what I call theM. When she first found out what they were she cathches them out the air and stands up on the trees to find them.

My lab. She just eats whatever im eating. Lol.
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luckily my goggy doesnt eat stuff very often.. Usually its food stolen off the counter while noone is looking. He actually stole a whole chicken one time and ate EVERYTHING... no bones or anything left. The ex was dumbfounded... I was hysterical... we had to go out for dinner that night...
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Had a Golden, Beka, that loved rolls. Several times, when we were cooking steaks, we would put the brown and serve rolls on the cabinet. She would go in the kitchen and get one. We'd come in and she'd be laying there chewing, trying to hide herself.

Had another Golden, Meg, that got into a bottle of pesticide one time. Left her epileptic. So she got a peanut butter sandwich every night with her phenobarb in it.

Current Golden, Tug, has eaten the porch swing, two outdoor pillows, his stuffed chicken, a raw hamburger (well, mostly raw, he got it off the grill while I was taking the dirty plate in).

Sophie, the Cavalier, ate my (then) wife's $50 Victoria Secret bra and her $75 silk teddy I bought her as a wedding gift.

Lucy, the Matlese, eats my son's legos and lincoln logs. I bought him more for Christmas last year and we keep them on top of the china cabinet so Lucy can't get to them.
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So the old lady though this thing was cute. Put it on one of the little dogs, well needless to say as soon as it was off he found it, and ate it.
That is... awesome haha!!!
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My old chocolate lab ate pinecones all the time one day she ate a kitchen cooking apron and didnt survive the surgery to remove it, it was wrapped all around her intestines Our yellow lab ate a wall and carpet in our old apartment and out Border Collie just recently found a box of Easter stuff we were sending to my neices it was full of easter eggs and candy he took all the candy out of the eggs didnt mess up the eggs at all and ate everything probably about 2 lbs of candy he then vomited all the candy wrappers that night while we were sleeping.
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One of my dachshunds is a master at destroying things. Any time she'd get a squeaky toy, she'd work at it just long enough to remove the squeaker and eat that, and then never touch the rest of it again. When a newspaper came with a free sample of a razor, she got the razor out of the newspaper bag, chewed off almost all of the plastic, and left the blade alone. Didn't cut herself at all, I have no idea how.
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That must be a dachshund thing, my whole family has'em and they all get the squeakies out and eat them, though my two do play with the stuffing and toys after the squeakies are destroyed.
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Mine systematically destroys anything with a squeaker. Just takes him awhile. I think he savors their slow deaths... Except for the kong tennis balls that squeak. He pops those in minutes. Then never plays with them again cuz they don't squeak anymore.
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My chocolate Lab chewed the eyes out of the stuffed animals. He likes locusts but he doesn't really eat them, they just happen to die while he is holding them in his mouth. He plays with katydids. He also tries to chew on the grease gun when it's being used with the air compressor.
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not weird really, but when earl gets hungry for venison he has gone out and caught deer and drug them home, also a turkey or 2...

i dont like him chaseing deer but it,s his farm too, and i like to hunt myself so what can i say--lol
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not weird really, but when earl gets hungry for venison he has gone out and caught deer and drug them home
Good lord, what kind of dog do you have???
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Good lord, what kind of dog do you have???
a hungry one,,,,, thats the first thing that comes to mind.
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I had a chocolate lab(Fisher) that ate a huge gob of used fishing line. He couldn't quite pass it all so I had to help him out. Thank God there wasn't a lure at the end of it. Hey what are friends for right.
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He couldn't quite pass it all so I had to help him out.
I can't even imagine...

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