Two $130 Soft-Sided Crates

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The new puppy is cute but his is sooo destructive. Not only did he eat through his crate into the other dogs’ crate, he also ate the corner off my expensive dining room hutch, countless toys, the buttons off my leather ottoman, and pulled the thread out of the stitching on my leather sofa.

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Baxter vs. the Book

This was my Valentine’s Day surprise last year, a $150 textbook chewed to bits. After I cooled off I noted the humor in my dog’s book selection, and I still made an A in the class, so I forgave him.

Submitted by: Laura

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Everyone’s a Critic

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This is Murphy the ferret. He is three years old. After he
destroyed all of his Xmas toys (6-7 different things), he promptly
started in on MY gifts (which were INSIDE a half-zipped suitcase). I
had not even opened the DVD case yet!

He is not normally very destructive; this just goes to show that it
never pays to leave anything within reach of your pet, even a “well
behaved” one who almost always “goes on the paper”, shows no interest
in stealing “people food” and is never caught gnawing through
electrical cords or baseboards (former pet bunnies, I am looking at
ALL of you).

My next house is probably going to force me to have everything stored
at least four feet above the floor at all times…and even then, I am
probably hosed because I miss having cats around.

Submitted by: Lorelei

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