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Ah yes as judy and jacquie I also have teeth marks in the dining room chairs, even on the top when someone worked out how to get up on the table.


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Thanks Jacquie saying about the squeeze balls. It is so annoying when you find something suitable and then the makers change it...for the worse.

I have found that as well as chewing the furniture, puppies do like that other favourite pastime - grabbing an adult Beardie's tail (or ears) and hanging on. Smile

Oh dear, I am talking about puppies again...and can not have one at the moment. Sad
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Jacquietwig wrote:
tb wrote:
Ah yes as judy and jacquie I also have teeth marks in the dining room chairs, even on the top when someone worked out how to get up on the table.


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Yep dining chair legs chewed here too...thanks Basil Rolling Eyes

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The bitches didn't chew but the present two dogs do. Fortunately, they have kept all there chewing out in the garden where they have made tunnels, caves and comfy nests through, under and around the shrub beds and hedges. Altogether, the overall effect in the garden is of a giant Scalectrix track! But they enjoy themselves as they race and chase. Very Happy They do not see it as 'chewing' but as necessary construction work by a professional team. Laughing

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Laughing Shirley, I can see them all standing around sheets of complicated engineering plans, pencils tucked behind their ears....

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I'm in danger of losing a fence panel where Jethro has dug down to the foundations Embarassed

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Sounds fabulous Shirley Laughing Cool

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Dogs like blue and yellow as they see those colours well.

Please avoid rawhide chews and toys. Lizzie nearlY choked on a piece once as it gets slimy and slips down the throat. Disgusting stuff in them too Shocked

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 13, 2020 1:32 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

Very Happy That's what Betsy used to say - " Blue and yellow, my favourite colours...."

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Now Tala wouldn't agree - you see she only likes red! Laughing

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Shocked Jacquie....I would do EVERYthing Tala says...she is obviously NOT a dog!

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judy g wrote:
Laughing Shirley, I can see them all standing around sheets of complicated engineering plans, pencils tucked behind their ears....

You are not too far wrong. It is funny to watch how they work out where a new entrance/exit is required. If one catches the other because there was no essential escape route at a given point, then I will guarantee that within a week there certainly will be a new one -obviously has to go through planning first which does delay construction for a few days. Laughing Laughing Laughing

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Did you know that Blue to a dog is red? Apparently. Don't ask me. Just something I've read. But maybe it is the same as a person who is colour blind. Bryan's dad sees grass as red.

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Now that's interesting about seeing grass as red because I've heard that dogs see red as green!

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Shocked Jacquie....I would do EVERYthing Tala says...she is obviously NOT a dog!

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Ah Judy we certainly do have to listen to Tala, there's hell to pay if we dont! Shocked Laughing Laughing and I never really believed she was a dog if I'm honest Rolling Eyes Laughing

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Jacquietwig wrote:
Now that's interesting about seeing grass as red because I've heard that dogs see red as green!


Exactly what I have read to. That's why they like blue an yellow as apparently they are neutral colours

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Shocked .......okay.....none of them are dogs and they all see colours differently....All Hail Tala! Laughing

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Laughing Laughing Laughing Cool

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Scruffymuffins wrote:
Jacquietwig wrote:
tb wrote:
Ah yes as judy and jacquie I also have teeth marks in the dining room chairs, even on the top when someone worked out how to get up on the table.


Laughing Laughing Laughing


Yep dining chair legs chewed here too...thanks Basil Rolling Eyes


Dining table and chair legs here (thank you Wizard) and came down stairs one morning to find Merlin calmly lying upside down chewing a hole in the carpet on the bottom step!

Shocked Rolling Eyes Laughing

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 15, 2020 5:38 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

.......but Julie, you HAVE to be upside down to chew a proper hole in the carpet on a bottom step! sigh...thought EVERYone knew that........ Rolling Eyes Twisted Evil

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judy g wrote:
.......but Julie, you HAVE to be upside down to chew a proper hole in the carpet on a bottom step! sigh...thought EVERYone knew that........ Rolling Eyes Twisted Evil


Judy, every day is a school day; I've learnt something new about carpet- chewing Laughing Laughing Laughing

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Okay, we need a photo of you, upside down, chewing the carpet on the bottom step then....................

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judy g wrote:
Okay, we need a photo of you, upside down, chewing the carpet on the bottom step then....................


I'd get told off if I actually tried Wink Laughing

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