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so tell me how naughty your doggie is or is it just mine?

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typoqueen Tue 21-May-13 09:50:13

big dog Dillon (rottie) rescue doggie still on a diet and on arrival home from school run (20 mins) I enter the kitchen to find most of the contents of the freezer all over the floor all gnawed on all boxes ripped to pieces and peas and carrots absolutely everywhere, yesterday it was the contents of the cereal cupboard im still hovering coco pops up today.... last week he managed to get DD blackcurrant juice and yep you guessed it it was up the walls cupboard and even the ceiling, its only every food/drink naughtiness, never anything else, have had child locks but he chews them off!!! now going to the hardware shop for chains and padlocks hahahaha

D0oinMeCleanin Tue 21-May-13 09:56:40

The last time I took both of mine out off lead the whippet did her victory loop around a collie, who promptly gave chase, this was her aim, cue collie owner howling "Nooooo, Holly, here, Holly! HOLLY! HERE HOLLY NOW! Don't touch her she's viscous, HOLLY!" Mine came back every time I shouted her, with her new collie friend in tow, I had to to walk them both back to Holly's owner who was terrified Holly was going to either go for me or start a fight with my other two dogs (Holly was muzzled and looked very playful to my eye)

After this I waded over to the flooded bit of the park where we'd be alone, only to have my terrier dive into the muddy beck, shortly after which someone's pale, sandy coloured terrier followed him. His owner was not very happy. Neither dog would recall out of the beck.

I took them home after that blush

GemmaTeller Tue 21-May-13 10:06:51

Girl boxer had a giddy fit on her walk yesterday and tried to (playfully, mind) grab DH's leg as he pretended to kick a ball, she ripped his jeans and hes's got a bruise today.

She is never normally a 'nippy' dog.

Bunnylion Tue 21-May-13 11:00:41

Wow OP that's amazing he managed to get stuff out the freezer!

When my boxer was about 5 months I was unloading the shopping from the car. Without me realising it, every bag that I brought in to the house he was pinching something out of. About 30 minutes later I looking out to the garden and he'd completely destroyed an distributed a 9 pack of toilet paper, a loaf of bread, a bag of red peppers and was laying down enjoying a box of mini magnums!

typoqueen Tue 21-May-13 11:34:43

Bunny he has found out that if he leans on the side of the freeze and slides down it, he can get the door to open...hubby going to change the door to opening the other side.....and yep we have shredded toilet paper too, he has even pinched a slice of bread that was under the grill!!
when out on a walk he is an absolute angel, will not chase anything except leaves!!...if a dog approaches he just collapse on the floor legs in the air tongue hanging out looking an absolute loop fruit smile

Lilcamper Tue 21-May-13 11:57:05

They aren't naughty, they do it cause they can!

Delinquent dog isn't called that for fun!

bin all over the floor, recycling food waste bin got down

Very hot chilli con carne stolen <how she didn't suffer I'll never know, dp did!>

jumping in the bath with the children

attempted to steal sausages off the BBQ

created chaos trying to get cereal boxes off the top of the full height fridge

wrecked a lunch bag trying to get the leftovers

can run at the same speed as a red deer until it jumps a brambley fence blush

turn your back and she's up at the side, or on the table with whatever she can get.

I now shut the dogs out of the kitchen when I go out grin

GemmaTeller Tue 21-May-13 12:25:21

Bunnylion grin at the boxer enjoying mini magnums!

typoqueen Tue 21-May-13 12:58:40

@Broomstick just love the name Delinquent dog smile, I did come home once to Big dog Dillon (50kg)actually sitting on the worktop in the kitchen happily looking out the window hehehe x

TataClaire Tue 21-May-13 13:26:09

My OH's old black lab who is 13.5 has had a good old time of counter surfing through his life and still is....bins over, dustbin bags ripped open, tea towels and coats all pulled off hooks and laid on, cat food stolen every opportunity he gets as he regularly checks the baby gate to see if he can push it open in case its not shut properly, he had a couple of xmas presents that turned out to be chocolate, he's stolen eggs - raw and cooked, chicken bones, horse hoof trimmings, cat poo straight from the litter tray, he licks the dishwasher any chance he gets, and he once sniffed out a plastic sealed pack of after eights wrapped in a carrier bag, wrapped in a cotton bag shoved under a bed...he soon had those...he also likes to fool us into thinking he's asleep and waits till we leave the room (he's deaf so didnt hear!) for a minute and then swipes anything he can in the minute we're away....I do love him! grin

TigerSwallowTail Tue 21-May-13 14:03:36

I came home one day to find that my German Shepherd had ripped up my hall carpet and had made a start on the carpet on the stairs too. She's also got a habit of chewing walls hmm

GemmaTeller Tue 21-May-13 14:19:13

Tiger we had the same!

Our previous dog was a GSD and she chewed the kitchen wall down to brick and we came home from shopping one day and she had shredded the kitchen flooring.

heronsfly Tue 21-May-13 14:22:11

My dd1s boxer dog, ran past me when i was sitting on the sofa, it took me a few seconds to realise that he had whipped my sock off my foot and eaten it grin

TheCunnyFunt Tue 21-May-13 16:38:21

My aunties old boxer opened the oven and removed the chicken that was roasting. Scoffed the lot.

My mums friends old boxer took a feather cushion into the back garden, the friend can still remember her dad hoovering the grass grin

My sisters boxer (sensing a theme here anyone? grin) hasn't been too bad really. He ate a poo out of DNs potty a few years ago when it was left unattended for 30 seconds hmm and a couple of months ago he did a really weird poo, my sister poked and prodded at it (through the bag) and she realised it was one of her favourite socks!

TheCunnyFunt Tue 21-May-13 16:41:20

I have a Greyhound grin

GemmaTeller Tue 21-May-13 22:34:30

two boxers here, and the faces they pull when you say 'who did this?' are hilarious

heronsfly Wed 22-May-13 07:42:04

i agree with the faces Boxers pull, tell him to get of the sofa he never actually gets off and you would think he was being tortured I'm sure they can make fake tears, grin

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