What is the most expensive thing DDog has destroyed?

(61 Posts)
SpicyPear Wed 28-Nov-12 14:52:28

I just found my Chanel specs in pieces sad It's a long story but it is of course my fault and I'm not angry with her, but I have had a little cry over my nice specs that I can't afford to replace at the moment and weren't insured.

So, does anyone else care to share their tales of woe? smile

MerryCunnyFuntingChristmas Fri 30-Nov-12 15:08:44

Wow like this? You weren't joking then when you called her a wolf dog grin

bubble2bubble Fri 30-Nov-12 17:51:07

A Bang and Olufsen television.
We should have known better, for this was only after they had already eaten the corner of the kitchen table, two trip trap chairs and all the skirting boards.

twooter Fri 30-Nov-12 17:52:39

Seat belts ina Mitsubishi car. Only Mitsubishi belts will replace them , total cost over several belts about £600.

WoodRose Fri 30-Nov-12 17:53:51

My dearly departed collie had a "penchant" for antique mahogany. DH had inherited quite a few pieces of Georgian furniture and DCollie managed to customise them all. smile

This is a fantastic thread.

The only contribution I can make is my aunt's cavalier puppy who ate the best part of a large fruit cake. Puppy and fruit cake are a very bad combination. It very nearly killed him.

LoosingBattle Fri 30-Nov-12 18:13:32

A black ink cartridge for a printer hmm not expensive in itself but when you factor in bed linen, carpets, clothes and everything else he could get his paws/mouth on it soon adds up! confused

kippertastic Fri 30-Nov-12 18:57:55

The safety net, padding and bouncy bit from a 12ft trampoline (about £120), followed by an emergency op to fish it all out again (££££££££s).

PartridgeInASpicyPearTree Sun 02-Dec-12 23:10:12

Some jaw dropping stories here. Made my week smile

Picked up my new pair of glasses yesterday and when I handed over the credit card I thanked my lucky stars it was for specs and not a kitchen...

Yes Merry, just like that, except...more evil. She's very pretty, it's deceptive. The 'trainability of a German Shepherd' bit on wickipedia is all lies, must have been written by someone who doesn't live with one grin

RandallPinkFloyd Mon 03-Dec-12 12:57:49

I'm not sure I have the strength ir the memory to give a full list, but before the vet suggested I crate-train her in order to prolong her life expectancy she went through
10+ pairs of shoes
A single bed
2 sky remotes
All the beading around the floor
Countless socks ( one being surgically removed hence the vet's advice)
Countless pairs of pants
A phone
A razor
4 bottles of bubble bath
5 dog beds
2 pillows
The tv/sky wires which she pulled out of the wall along with the plug socket
A digital photo frame
Her lead
2 pairs of pyjamas
2 doors
2 sets of blinds
A sofa
A chair
A fire place
3 bins
A fiver (which I did not find in her poo and did not Sellotape back together and use to pay for a taxi)

DreamingOfTheMaldives Mon 03-Dec-12 17:05:32

My labradoodle doesn't eat things, just chews them into million of pieces.

When he was younger he had a penchant for electric flex - off lamps, heaters, phone chargers - he once destroyed a phone charger, so I went out to buy a new one. The man in the shop thought it highly amusing when I had to go back the very next day to buy another one as he'd destroyed that one as well - less than 24 hours I'd had it!

Other things he's destroyed:
The interior of the car boot!
Seatbelts
My favourite boots
The stair carpet
Husband's designer glasses
My Mum's remote control
His bed x 3
The post on numerous occasions until we got an outside post box. Once left ink all over the floor after attacking the ink cartridges which had been delivered.
My Blackberry!
A sheep draft excluder -(strangely he just cuddles the new dog one we have)

I can't get mad at him though because he is just too bloody cute.

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