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    Villian Vrs Companion

    ok this is to prove that looks are deceiving when you come home to this smiling face and a waging tail you think oh such a nice dog then you round the corner to the living room and see thisClick image for larger version. 

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ID:	64161 this one was one of the simple ones that was used as a throw on the couch.. the other one was much more complicated quilting.

    And it was the first, of two he got that day.. the house keeper had left for just a hour and half and the villian struck!!! but he still gets his food and treats and has survived longer than i would if it had been me doing this destrction
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ID:	64160so far his rap sheet has 4 quilts, 1 blanket and 1 bed sheet..for his sake that should be the end of his crime spree!!!
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    He is being framed! It was the cat.
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    Sounds like someone needs to be introduced to a dog crate...........
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    barry he had been crated for a month or more before we let him loose in the house.. he done these deeds in two occasions.. the first one was because i got home late.. and the other was i think becasue she had been home all week sick and finally left to get some meds and came right back.. he had been loose in thehouse during the day for over 3 weeks prior to this mishap with no trouble but a bag of candy or helping him self to some dog food in the storage bin..
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    Gives new meaning to "patch work quilting".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Satko View Post
    He is being framed! It was the cat.
    I agree with Bill....
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    Sounds like it could be a bit of seperation anxiety....
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    i think so he misses us,, but i dont want to have to drug him brent.. and we keep coming back and if you got any suggestions other than having him go to work with me i am all ears
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    Only way to do it would be a crate. Since Bucky's surgery I've been crating her a lot. First few days were tough, but she likes it now and will actually go in there on her own quite a lot....

    Beats having to keep fixing quilts!
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    well the quilts are up and away now..
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