Bad dog? What's your story?

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Bad dog? What's your story?

Bignuf Bignuf
I just took down a big 40 light chandelier to give it a REALLY good cleaning and to replace a couple of broken crystal links and bulbs. I couldn't reach it easy on a 30 foot vaulted ceiling, so me and hubby had to use two tall ladders to bring it down together. WE even took a mattress off one of our sunroom futons to carefully set it on, so it would be safe.
Once we got it safely down, we realized we needed more brass polish, so off we went to the hardware store all of ten minutes away. We get home, all ready for our task....no more then 30 minutes later. WELL......there IS no more chandelier. There is a bent tangle of brass tubes, wires strewn all over the house, yard and in our bed, and even a few lightbulbs here and there (NONE..amazingly) broken.
Our puppy decided this was a SUPER DUPER metal chew toy, and HE had all the right jaws to chew it!!!!!!

ARRRRGGGHHHHHH!!!!!! He is lucky we love him and his innocent little face.

SO...anyone else have any BAD DOG stories to share?
09/30/2012
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lovekink lovekink
We bought vegetable plants one year in the spring and then realized we were going to get a frost that night so we didn't plant them. We left them in the kitchen on the chairs. When we came home from work our german shepherd had destroyed all the plants. Dirt everywhere, she even managed to smear it all over the walls. It took forever to clean up and about $100 to replace all the plants.
09/30/2012
Noelle Noelle
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Originally posted by Bignuf
I just took down a big 40 light chandelier to give it a REALLY good cleaning and to replace a couple of broken crystal links and bulbs. I couldn't reach it easy on a 30 foot vaulted ceiling, so me and hubby had to use two tall ladders to bring it ...
My dog peed in my "over night guest" shoes. Needless to say, the dog was smarter than me, and there was never a second date!
09/30/2012
spookycutie spookycutie
My dogs are wretched little beasts, but I love them anyway. They pee on MY stuff only, never my boyfriend's really, ALL. THE. TIME. If I'm working on a craft project, and ignoring the dog, the second I let it dry or whatever he destroys my paint brushes or tools. He peed in my shoes a few days ago because I didn't want his nasty soggy slobbery toys on the couch and kept putting them on the floor. He bit my boyfriend yesterdays and was told he was bad and got yelled at, so he peed on our bed when we left. Arrgh.
09/30/2012
Rossie Rossie
I don't mean to brag, but my pooch is really well-behaved and he never mess anything up, I can leave a full table of food and not have to worry about him dragging anything off.
09/30/2012
Sodom and Gomorrah Sodom and Gomorrah
I made a bowl of yummy soup and then my phone rang. I got up and grabbed my phone and let them know I'll call them right back because I was just about to sit down and eat. Needless to say, I go back to where my bowl of soup was and only the bowl was left with nothing in it!! Damn dogs!
10/01/2012
Taylor Taylor
When my dog was younger he liked to try and get away from us all of the time. We took my dog on a roadtrip and we had stopped for lunch and were going to leave him in in the car while we got lunch. When I opened the door to get out, he jumped out of the car and ran into the Applebees that we were planning to eat at. So I had to try and run in after him. So then the staff saw him and were trying to catch him but no one could. It took us probably 15 minutes to finally catch him. It was so embarassing
10/01/2012
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