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RE: odd eats for pets...and kids

Seems they outgrow that stuff once they are a year and half old... all of my
dogs anyways seemed to understand overnight what could and could not be
chewed on...


> -----Original Message-----
> ohmigosh - you may have an idea there Bonnie. I never knew how destructive
> they could be. chewing a wall??
> On 9/26/05, Bonnie & Bill Morgan <wmorgan972@ameritech.net> wrote:
> >
> > Our first bulldog ate a hole in the wall, three corners off a 3'X6'
> > cocktail
> > table that was 1 1/2" thick, a couch and the corner off my dresser
> before
> > her teething days were done. And yet she was one of the best friends
> we've
> > ever had. Rayna's Sumo likes to eat undies. She can't leave those in her
> > laundry basket or she has to buy new!!! LOL!!!
> >
> > I commiserate with you, Zem! The pups have eaten the corner off a couple
> > of
> > cabinets Bill has been figuring out how to repair. They have quickly
> > learned that is what chew toys are for, thank goodness. Big dogs
> probably
> > ought to teethe in cinderblock rooms! LOL!!!
> >
> > Blessings,
> > Bonnie

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