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01-03-2002, 10:54 AM
My dogs a vacum cleaner. She will eat anything. One year she ate a Christmas ornament the size of a baseball. She has eaten about $2.00 worth of quarters and nickles. And when it comes to needles she's a magnet. She has more x-rays of her than pictures. ###
01-03-2002, 11:01 AM
My friends Chocolate Lab ate everything it could get its teeth into. Garden Hose, furniture, shoes, clothes, back door, screen door, tire off bike wheel, boards, etc. ### ### ### ### ### ### ### ### ### ### Fubar
01-03-2002, 11:08 AM
Cow poop.....mmm, mmm, good!
01-03-2002, 05:21 PM
I had a pup eat a cassette tape once while I was out. ###Later (how I discovered he ate it ) he had to pass the tape. ###There must be a mile of tape in a cassette. ###All around the kitchen furniture, tables, chairs. ###Funny now but certainly not at the time.
01-03-2002, 05:21 PM
Sprinkler head, scouring pad and a petrified coot.
01-03-2002, 05:28 PM
Oh yea , 6 loaves of sourdough and soda bread from my friends french bakery near New Orleans that was supposed to last all weekend. The only thing that saved us from being banished from the camp was that he retrieved all 60 ducks for the 10 of us without losing a cripple the next morning.
01-03-2002, 06:30 PM
My Labradors have done much of the milder items above. ###But my greatest expense was with my prior Beagle. ###He ate the lava rocks in the gas BBQ which was built at ground level in the pool area. ###He was defecating and vomiting black sand and had to be hospitalized for two days with IV fluids to rehydrate -- he was in bad shape. ###When he improved, he raised such a fuss at the vet's, they called me at work to go pick him up immediately. ###I picked him up, and figuring he learned his lesson, let him in the pool area to check. ###Guess what -- headed right back to the lava rocks and tried to continue where he left off! ###
01-04-2002, 10:48 AM
Garden hoses never last, but the worst thing was the polyester stuffing in her dog bed. That stuff wouldn't pass. $750 later we got to see it in a nice little baggy the vet gave us.
For some reason if she finds one of the neighbors cigarette butts, those seem to appear tasty also.
01-04-2002, 09:07 PM
When she was a pup she popped and ate lots of balloons. ###Also a 4 foot long piece of ribbon. ###Lastly she ate an entire Easter basket full of candy. ###I imagine it wasn't very fun when she pooped out those foil covered eggs, sure was colorful though.
01-07-2002, 01:53 PM
My Lab used to love horse poop, until the e-collar training started.
This doesn't count as eating, but my Beagle once got two fox tails down into her lungs. ###She got them while chasing rabbits in the fields by my house. ###$1200 later they were removed...ooch!!!
01-08-2002, 12:37 PM
shrooms out of the front yard. she is still alive
01-08-2002, 02:42 PM
Well, I can now add brake fluid to the list....
I just got a call from my girlfriend who stopped by my house. ###She found my dog out of his kennel, a bottle of brake fluid with the top chewed off and fluid spilled all over the place. ###
He must have just chewed on the bottle, decided he didn't like the taste and left it alone because he is supposedly acting like his normal ol' terror self.
Just in case, better keep an eye on him when I get home from work.....thank God for two vets in the family!
01-08-2002, 10:41 PM
15 years ago my Beagle, Snoopy ate box of Crayons. ###She crapped colors for days. ###Never seen anything like it since.
(Edited by bigtroutbane at 10:42 pm on Jan. 8, 2002)
01-10-2002, 07:31 AM
My Brittany and 2 Newfoundlands ate my kids new trampoline. ###They started with the foam spring covers then moved on to the safety net and ended with the bouncing surface. ###As of last night, I don't know if the wife will have the dogs still there when I get home from work. ###I kept telling her they just needed more ruffage in their diet.
01-10-2002, 12:52 PM
I had a Short hair and she would eat anything. One Xmas she ate a 5lb. block of cheese and around 6 doz. cookies my mom made, boy was she pist:far-side-guy-yellin: my mom and our dog got into it:star-wars: and the funny thing was that there was only one plant she would chew onout of a whole yard full of plants and it was my moms favorite flower plant. I guess my dog just wanted to piss off my mom, and she did a good job.
p.s. I know it's not the weirdest ###but it was funny
(Edited by Thonzberry at 9:53 pm on Jan. 10, 2002)
02-05-2002, 05:10 PM
This has nothing to do with eating but Cocoa opens my back door. The problem is she don't shut it and she knows it pisses me off so she won't do it if she know's I'm home. She knocks and waits for me to let her in.
02-22-2002, 11:02 PM
Boomer, My little Jack Russel eats every little stuffed toy the wife buys for him. At first I thought he was just tearing them up, until I took him out one night to handle his "bidnus" and I yelled to the wife "hey when ya took Bommer to the vet last week did they check him for worms" she says "yes" so I go take a closer look and sure enough it's stuffing. No more stuffed toys for him.
02-22-2002, 11:47 PM
A coworker's dog ate stome stuff in those all too common plastic grocery bags, including the bag.
When it passed, it got stuck about halfway out. Fortunately (if you can call it fortunate), it exited handles-first.
Made one helluva unique leash I'm sure...
02-23-2002, 09:50 PM
My friends lab ate a shop rag. We didn't know it until he walked by bowlegged waving the red flag out the other end.
02-23-2002, 11:31 PM
Well my 11 month old lab hasn't eaten anything unusual yet (pieces of the hose, greeting card, firewood, etc.), but a beagle that we had years ago had a couple of funny experiences. ###One time she got to a box of Sucrets, and ate the whole thing. ###Man, her eyes were glazed, and she was bumping into walls for a couple of hours. ###Another time, a friend and I had gone to Jack-In-The-Box, and we had a bag with 6 breakfast sandwiches in it. ###Somehow we got distracted or something, but she got the bag, and we walk into my room, and see paper everywhere. ###This crazy beagle is standing over a pile of dirty clothes, and growling at us. ###Well, it turns out that she could only handle 5 of these sandwiches, and buried the sixth under the dirty clothes. ###Not weird, but it made us laugh our asses off.
02-28-2002, 02:53 PM
As most of you know know I am a cattle rancher. A couple of years ago we had a cow die and we drug he down into another field about a mile from the house. OK so we were baiting coyotes so we could shoot them. One morning our cow dog went up and ate on this cow before we went to check the calves. Well it turns out the that part of the cow he was eating on was filled with magots. When I got back to the pickup the seat was covered with magot covered dog puke. That was bad enough but when I started to cleaning it up I found out magots were still alive. neadless to say the dog wasn't the only one that puked that morning.
03-01-2002, 03:19 AM
I commonly feed my hounds the lips, nose, tail, ears and feet of feral hogs I kill, but I have had dogs in the past eat ENTIRE feral hog hides. ###I would leave the hides in the kennel one day and find only hair-filled droppings the next. ###Now that's roughage!
03-04-2002, 12:25 PM
Lets just say that our 15 lb fox terrier really likes Sees Chocolates. ###She climbed on the washer, tore open the wrapped box and proceeded to eat 2/3 of the box. ###The rest of the candies she hid. ###She had a belly ache and was pooping peanuts for a few days - but she lived and is okay.
03-04-2002, 06:33 PM
My first lab ate the gas pedal off my truck while on a trip to Idaho on the same trip I got a elk and pick the meat up, she ate 5lbs of peppered jerky that was in the front seat and to get in front she had to chew the latch off the camper shell window & truck.
My second lab ate here dog house until the roof fell in.
03-05-2002, 04:41 AM
### ### You really dodged a bullet there!!! ###Chocolate is extremely toxic to most animals. ###She should have died.
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