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December 18, 2012


‘Over the years I’ve seen plenty of cases of dogs swallowing strange objects – socks, dummies, rubber ducks, but it’s the first time any of us have treated a dog that has actually eaten fairy lights.'

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)


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I didn't know that they had their own.....

Does that make the dog an "alternative lifestyle dog"?

Darwin Award Dog?

"Outside of a dog, a book is a man's best friend. Inside of a dog it's too dark to read. -- Groucho Marx

Not any more.

Riverview Dud,

Not that there is anything wrong with that......

Fairy Lite is the new brand from Norbecker.

"Have one ... if you're sensitive enough."

Having done extensive research on my daughter's two dogs and what I can get them to eat (Do I hafta?), I can say that there is virtually nothing a dog won't eat if you can convince it that another dog might get it (the purported "food"), first.
Note that these experiments sometimes have unfortunate consequences (Did you do that? Nope. Both of us gag and look at the dogs).


So true. If I want one pup to take her meds I pretend to give it to one of the other pups and she sits as pretty as she can so she can get it!

I tried that with my kids when they were little. They just looked at my like, "Really?"

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