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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by rufus, Feb 1, 2012.
Not mine, just the messenger: Milt Sparks Holster 55-BN K-9 Chew Toy
Man, that sucks. It's tempting to bid on it just for fun, and out of sympathy.
I have to laugh at that. My first Lab pup was a real chewer. I gave up buying slippers after finding the third pair that she had chewed the heels out of. :laugh:
Wait until you find the hamper knocked over and the crotch chewed out of your shorts.
That should tell you something. Not exactly sure what, but something. :laugh:
My dog always finds something of mine to destroy. So far no holsters have been chewed-up, but I've been lucky. Gotta find a safer place for the leather goods. aranoid:
5 bids with 6 days to go. I wonder if he's going to end up making a profit on this.
I would end the dog for that sort of transgression.
Two recent incidents where dogs have shot their owners:
Utah: Mans best friend; yeah right. - 1911Forum
Florida: Another dog shoots hunter, this time in Florida - 1911Forum
But not surprisingly, it seems that cats are even more likely to shoot their owners:
South Carolina: NC Man Tells Police Cat Shot Him - 1911Forum
North Carolina: What to call this....?? You decide. - 1911Forum
South Carolina: Cat Causes Gun To Go Off - 1911Forum
That's why I don't own a cat :laugh:
It's pet uprising!