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Eeeew, really?

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Lauren5159, Aug 30, 2013.


  1. Lauren5159

    Lauren5159 Lover of Terriers, loser of the plot.

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    So I fed Skip and Dexter in the kitchen tonight... Just a simple beef mince night with a treat afterwards...

    I left them for two minutes to finish their mince, came back in to the snug (my cosey room) and Dexter had decided to open the kitchen door and let himself and Skip out... Dexter had taken himself in to the garden to finish his 'treat' but Skip had decided that it was too wet to eat it outside...

    This was the sight I was greeted by:

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    Turkey feet in the house... Ewww, I don't think so boys!!!
     
  2. sezeelson

    sezeelson PetForums VIP

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    Urgh they look gross!! Don't think I could have them anywhere near me let alone in the house!!! :shocked:
     
  3. Goldstar

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    Tasty ... :D
     
  4. cbrookman

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    Thought it was a dinosaur claw.
     
  5. Lauren5159

    Lauren5159 Lover of Terriers, loser of the plot.

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    Lol, I made him take it into the back garden and it actually (from a distance) looked like a human hand :eek:

    Now it's just a stump... He's eaten all the toes :001_huh:
     
  6. CheddarS

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    I laughed today, saw on Facebook. Someone's dog had lambs heart, ate it whole, then proceeded to throw it up in front of children...then re-ate it!
    Kids thought it was eating its own heart :rolleyes:
     
  7. Lauren5159

    Lauren5159 Lover of Terriers, loser of the plot.

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    LMAO! That's brilliant!

    Giggled at that :D
     
  8. JessIncaFCR

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    Ewwwww...gross!! :eek: :D
     
  9. Lauren5159

    Lauren5159 Lover of Terriers, loser of the plot.

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    Dexter's lasted all of ten minutes... Skip's little stump is slowly getting smaller and smaller... He's still working on it. Clean teeth for my boys lol :)
     
  10. Squeeze

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    It looks like a hand with long nails...!
    :eek:
     
  11. Lauren5159

    Lauren5159 Lover of Terriers, loser of the plot.

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    I was scared my neighbours may have thought that too lol.
     
  12. pogo

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    Lol you wouldn't like my house the boys eat where ever they want :D
     
  13. Lauren5159

    Lauren5159 Lover of Terriers, loser of the plot.

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    Lol, I think if I wasn't such a girl, I wouldn't mind them eating wherever they want to... But it's the fact that I'm watching TV and they're laying at my feet munching through a turkey foot :D
     
  14. pogo

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    Well i love to watch the boys eat so they normally eat in the front room while we watch telly so i can watch them too :D
     
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