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Re: odd eats for pets!!

Socks, I think are pretty much a normal thing to chew for dogs, but  cd's??  
Nothing soft or tastey about them.  Not that I've tried, but I  would imagine 
it would cut them too, and not help with the teething  process.  Definitely 
odd behavior.  LOL   
Andrea, we are walking around with chew marks on our shoes at the moment  
too, unfortunately.  Not so bad anymore, but initially it was a full time  job 
walking around pulling things of ours OUT of Trixilee's mouth and inserting  
something of HER's to chew on.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 9/25/2005 11:02:22 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

I think  it's more the chewing than the taste that's appealing. I had to
chase  Lennox down the hall earlier to grab a clean pair of socks he had
stolen  from the laundry pile. 

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