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Old 24-04-2019, 11:43 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Go Freddie, your Mommy is so Proud of you ❤️
Nic, I'm so happy that things are going so well for you an' Fred ❤️
Just need to give you thanks for old posts - - When I realised that it was easy to extract things from Juices mouth I checked and found lower R3 and L3 and upper R3 were missing and never came thro' !! I didn't worry, I had read posts about "Miss B Blue" 😏 so knew it was possible. It must have been bloody hard for you to find that Europe (and USA) want perfect teeth.

Chel and Juice xx 🐾🐾

(Betty Blue and Juicy Lucy are Special Girlies 💝 )
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Old 25-04-2019, 08:46 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Oh but Freddie May have all his teeth and he knows how to use them. He’s managed to pull earrings, studs not dangly ones, out of my ears without tearing my ears. One he swallowed, the second, I’ve no idea. Then he jumped up and ate an entire rosette, complete with safety pin. It never came up when the vet gave an emetic and never reappeared either and xrays showed no sign of anything in his tummy. He’s destroyed umpteen plant pots and troughs. Yesterday he managed to get hold of two large plastic sacks that’d had compost in...big mess. I thought he was chewing on a bag when I realised it was my black cashmere sweater. Oh my, really upsetting and I’ve no idea how or where he got it from. Sigh.....the bills are mounting.
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The joys of being owned by a Labrador!
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The joys of being owned by a Labrador!
The only other destructive one was Betty. She ate walls!
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I've had two eat the kitchen floor, (Beth and Anna. Before the days of crates) and both Amy and Chloe ate through the wire on my mobile phone charger. (Not connected at the time.) Other than that none of the others did anything apart from digging holes in the lawn! Chloe has a liking for the oven glove and my socks, but only sits holding them until I arrive and relieve her of them.
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