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To: JoeProBono

We had a dog who enjoyed glass ornaments and garland. Bottom two branches of the tree were sparsely decorated. Of course I always had a good laugh when we found the “evidence”.


14 posted on 12/19/2012 7:23:29 AM PST by jughandle
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To: jughandle

Watching our son’s dog, a lab/pit/mutt mix. He brought the cage, said the dog had eaten some of their red round glass ornaments. My theory is that the dog thought they were toy balls for him. We moved some stuff around to block the lower front of the Christmas tree at our house, it sits in a corner, so I don’t think he’ll have a “visual” on the ornaments at his nose level. I don’t know if I have the heart to put him in the cage. The only thing he has ever messed with at our house was a shoe chewed up when he was very young, almost 3 years ago. And dragged some fleece fabric out of a bag once, I am sure he thought it must be a blanket for him. He has even ignored food (cereal, noodle packets) in a box on the dining room floor when my daughter was in the process of moving. I will be surprised and disappointed if he messes with the ornaments.


21 posted on 12/19/2012 8:18:08 AM PST by NEMDF
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