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Dog Struction Posted Apr 16 2012 by Casey
So the first sign of trouble when I got home was hearing my dogs tags jingling on the other side of the front door as I was unlocking it. Sure enough, Lou is out of his crate. I walk into the kitchen to see how this happened (his crate is in the kitchen on the linoleom floor due to a prior incident where he broke the tray of this crate and shredded the carpet underneath!) and I see the panel to his crate has been pulled down! He also pulled the rug into his cage and destroyed it, and pulled one of my hubby's flip flops into the cage and ate it (the second pair within a few weeks (but thats what my busband gets for leaving them near by lol). After this, I expected to find a lot more damage throughout the house, but surprisingly, all I found was a thin mints wrapper in his bed in my room!
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Dog Struction Posted Dec 21 2011 by Kate
When left on his own, his toys are no longer enough for him. The utmost enjoyment in life to a 3 month old puppy? Toilet paper.