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Dog Struction Posted Feb 04 2012 by Heather Lammert
Capone (Cane Corso/Pitbull mix at 2 years old here) decided that while I was ironicly baking dog treats that my throw pillows would be a lot of fun. This was not his first pillow, or his last and he didnt move from that position when I walked in and found the mess....so hard not to laugh with a "I'm sorry" face like that lol!
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Dog Struction Posted Feb 04 2012 by Jolino Beserra
After he ate the third sofa cushion I decided to keep a stash of chew toys. This one lasted almost 5 minutes before he was covered in stuffing.
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Dog Struction Posted Feb 03 2012 by Cyndi
Cash used to have a thing for throw pillows. He can destroy one in a second. I had my back turned for a minute and had already dug in. This was when he was 8 months old, he has since grown out of the habit.
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Dog Struction Posted Feb 03 2012 by Bethy G.
I left Hudson for an hour and he managed to bend and break the steel bars and make a clean escape route out of his crate. I got home before he made it out but it looked like a super hero came over and ripped the crate open for him. I was devastated but he seems damn proud!
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Dog Struction Posted Feb 01 2012 by Bethy G.
RIP dog bed #5 . . . You lasted a solid 3 months. You will be missed