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Dog Struction Posted May 10 2012 by Valerie Miles
Sorry this picture is not the best BUT this is My 3 yr old Titus and 8 Mo Old Rizzo! You are looking at the destruction of two toilet paper rolls that occurred right under my nose as I watched T.V from my Bed. These two were so quiet that when I stood up I was surprised beyond belief!! Just what I wanted to do at 12:30am - Clean up shredded toilet paper!! lol Thanks Guys!!
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Dog Struction Posted Jan 12 2012 by Jody
We were trying to train our boxador (boxer-lab), Tobi, to stay home alone outside her crate. Our trainer suggested putting her into the bathroom and see how she did, but to put up everything. I guess putting it "up" wasn't enough. I placed everything on the far corner of the sink, thinking, "she'll never reach that!". When we got home from a shopping trip after an hour, we were greeted by this mess. I can only imagine how bad it would've been had we left everything down!
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Dog Struction Posted Jan 10 2012 by Kelly Reilly
Left our golden retriever Riles home alone when he was a puppy and came home to this.
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Dog Struction Posted Jan 10 2012 by Sherry Van Dyke
While putting away the rest of the groceries, I became aware that it was way too quiet... Upon checking, this is what I found, a large package of shredded toilet paper, all over my bedroom, and the most innocent expression on Austin's sweet face!
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Dog Struction Posted Jan 04 2012 by Blair
Right after Winston had a free-for-all with the TP, he excitedly ran into the living room to continue with his fun new "toy," only to have his excitement quickly turn into regret when he found me sitting there, waiting. All I had to do was point at the mess and calmly ask him if he was responsible, and in true Mastiff fashion, he punished himself to his bed to sit and sulk while I cleaned it up.