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Thread: Aurifil thread disaster and guilty dog.Ugh !!

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    Aurifil thread disaster and guilty dog.Ugh !!

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    oh my gosh cute puppy have been there sorry to say just having all kinds of fun there

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    He looks so pleased with himself. Love it.

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    Do you have proof? The dog looks innocent to me.

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    Who? ME????

    I thought they were TOYS for ME!!!!

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    Seriously, though - thread can be a disaster for a pet if they swallow it or get it wound around one of their toes.

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    Send the photos to Aurifil for their Facebook page. They just might replace them for you since your dog is so cute!

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    Oh man, expensive toys! Keep an eye on him to make sure he didn't swallow any.

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    I remember when our puppy did that to my thread - plus my quilting gloves, credit card, glasses, etc. Not all at once thankfully. And I still miss having a puppy!

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    I had a pup who once ate a pin cushion - pins and needles and all! She also loved to eat cacti, loved "playing" with porcupines (26 times pulling quills and counting) - basically anything sharp and prickly! She recently crossed the Rainbow Bridge where she can play with all the porcupines she wants and never have to have the quills pulled! I miss my girl!

    Sorry to hear about your threads, but I would definitely post the picture to the Aurifil FB page. Your pup is adorable!
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    No use crying over tangled thread! The culprit looks so sweet it would be hard not to smile.
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    Oh dear. Your pup doesn't seem to mind that it's naughty! Actually looks quite pleased about it.

    One of the granddogs is terrible. He chewed up the underside of my daughter's bed. And he chewed up my SIL's wallet AND the money and credit cards. He's also chewed on cords. He does all this at night when people are sleeping.
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    Oh look mommy, i sews too!!
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    I know it's not funny but I just had to laugh. The fur babies are just like kids, always finding ways to get in trouble.
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    Uh oh, sure glad no harm came to a very curious puppy! But, doh, Aurifil thread....ah, NO NO NO.
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    He sure likes to play with the bright colors!

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    Did he pop the tops off and swallow them? That's almost $100.00 worth of fun, more if he gets sick and has to go to the vet's. Maybe the cat did it, he looks pretty innocent, or is he proud of himself?
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    Oh, bummer! I'm sure that sweet looking dog thought it was helping you!! I save empty spools for my cat to roll around in the sewing room. Keeps her busy and out of mischief (mostly).
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    I know this isn't funny, but it sure made me laugh. Made me laugh...and feel better about my cat. (I have to keep everything from him....thread, pins, string of any kind, rubber bands, cardboard, etc.)

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    None of you have mentioned http://dogshaming.com ...

    You *really* need to add this to that site!


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    Looks like he had some good fun. look at that smile. It say look what I did
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    Me? Not me mom. Must have been the boogey dog. This made my day (evening). I must admit, it made me roar. I'm still laughing, probably will wake up with the giggles.

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    Those were very expensive toys. Cute dog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    Oh man, expensive toys! Keep an eye on him to make sure he didn't swallow any.
    Keep an eye on him. If he swallowed a bunch of that thread it could land him on the operating table - or kill him. Things like that are deadly to the insides.
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    I love animals but I guess I'm the only one who doesn't see the humor in this. They are cute but I would not be a happy camper. We had dogs and cats but as I get older I don't want animal hair etc on my quilts or quilting room.
    Just me

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