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like my new shoes?

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Kivasmum, Jan 11, 2012.


  1. Kivasmum

    Kivasmum PetForums VIP

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    So did kiva :rolleyes:

    Bought them on Monday (2 days ago) and they should look like this

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    But now they look like this

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    Little monkey!! Serves me right for leaving them in the kitchen I guess, and luckily they were only £12. No new toy for madam this week :hand:
     
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  2. Tidgy

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    question is though are the shoes cheaper than the toy? lol
     
  3. Dogless

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    Oops....hope you bopped yourself on the nose with a rolled up newspaper :p. At least they weren't Jimmy Choos :eek:.
     
  4. Kivasmum

    Kivasmum PetForums VIP

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    I couldn't justify spending as much on shoes as I do on dog toys! Ha ha and I like shoes!! ;)

    I did, and put myself in time out for being a norty mummy :D
     
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    Oooooooooooooooops !!!:rolleyes::rolleyes:


    Gotta love em though!;)
     
  6. McKenzie

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    Oh dear :eek: I think it happens to everyone at some point!!!
     
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    "Well i think it's a fabulous fashion statement 'dahhh-ling ' and the uneven heel will give you the wiggle of Marilyn Monroe. "

    Kiva asked me to say that, not going for it?

    Sorry pup I tried.
     
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  8. Kivasmum

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    Ha ha ha ha that did make me giggle :D
     
  9. Cloud&JaysMum

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    oooo my GSD can't resist a shoe/ slipper nibble ..... luckily (so far) I have manage to save my boots and slippers before any serious damage has been done !!!
     
  10. Superash

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    . Oooh little bugger:D but thats dogs for yer !!!!
     
  11. Kivasmum

    Kivasmum PetForums VIP

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    She doesn't actually bother too much with shoes, but she loves chewing heels!!!
    She killed my favourite pair of 'going out' heels too.....I have to buy some more, poor me :( :D :D :D
     
  12. s4simo

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    Uh oh naughty, naughty. The only consolation is it could have been worse. Monte eat a hole in our £1000 leather sofa. It was distressed leather but the OH says its now thoroughly p***ed off never mind distressed. :eek:
     
  13. Kivasmum

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    Ha ha ha ha oh well I'm glad it's just been a couple of pairs of shoes ;)
    I could maybe get my shoes out of the bin and call them vinatage?? Lol
     
  14. BeagleOesx

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    :w00t:WHOOPS ......... She was only trying to be helpful by checking to see how resilient they were against everyday wear & tear (literally) :ihih::devil:
     
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    I bet it wasn't only the sofa that was distressed - I bet you were too :lol:
     
  16. SLB

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    Thats nothing, for a dog who from 8 weeks (2010) until October last year - chewed only an envelope. Louie has eaten 3 keyboards, my heels, tampons - which I found half chewed and strewn over my dining room floor, the tube breadsticks came in - not the breadsticks themselves, my sisters heels and 2 house phones.. all in 2 months..
     
  17. PetloverJo

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    Sorry but I just laughed :eek::eek::eek::eek:
     
  18. s4simo

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    Maybe you could get her a job with trading standards in the department of 'chew testing' .... She'd be fab :D
     
  19. Happy Paws2

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    Oh dear, :D

    I never think about that, most of my shoes are in a corner of the kitchen, and I leave Dillon in there when we go out :eek:
     
  20. s4simo

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    It was hard to be distressed whilst hyperventilating into a paper bag :eek:
     
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