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Old 04-23-2011, 06:20 PM
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When your puppy wants to help you sew. I was putting binding on a small quilt and foolishly put my NEW spool of thread down beside me on the sofa. I didn't see her take it but she came running back into the room with all this green lint hanging from her mouth. I thought she had ripped something up but I don't have anything this colour in my house. It is the thread for the binding on one of my GGD's quilts. My fault for leaving it out. Oh well. LOL

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Old 04-23-2011, 06:21 PM
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Of course its your fault, no dog owner will blame their baby, right??
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Old 04-23-2011, 06:22 PM
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I have had a few end up looking like that!!!
But..... they are so cute about it!!!! :)
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Old 04-23-2011, 06:26 PM
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my cat does the same thing
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This made me laugh out loud! I'd like to see the 'culprit'!
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Old 04-23-2011, 06:39 PM
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When we first got her last July, she had a 20" wicker bowl full of stuffed and rubber toys. She has two left and the rest got chewed to death but she is lots of fun and I love her to pieces.
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But she looks so innocent! I have one that grabs anything loose, too. I guess they figure if we aren't using it, it is theirs. :D
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She certainly does not look guilty, to me. And, yes, it is your fault. I'll pass on a cure to be certain that she doesn't get into it again. Take a newspaper and roll it up real tight and hit yourself on the head with it, saying 'I will not leave my thread out where Suzie can get it'. That should do it.
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Originally Posted by KathyAire
She certainly does not look guilty, to me. And, yes, it is your fault. I'll pass on a cure to be certain that she doesn't get into it again. Take a newspaper and roll it up real tight and hit yourself on the head with it, saying 'I will not leave my thread out where Suzie can get it'. That should do it.
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Suzie doesn't look guilty at all. She looks like a happy-go-lucky dog and not one to steal a brand new spool of thread. The look on her face is saying "no, it wasn't me"! :lol:
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He looks so innocent:)
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