10 Responses to “The taste of Christmas cheer”

  1. Zen

    My Great Pyr ate 2 art pottery bowls once, and passed them on his own. Good luck to you, crazy dog!

    I still find it hard to believe people on dog shaming immediately assume that posters are eschewing the vet to write a dog shame note and take a picture. No crap, they’ve taken her to the vet.

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  2. kathy

    My rescue Leokadia, breeder in a puppy mill did that our first Christmas together. She’ll pulled down a ball and proceeded to bite it! Shards of glass everywhere, she was fine.

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  3. Kitana

    Holy crap, that dog looks EXACTLY like our 1 1/2 year old White German Shepherd/ Greyhound cross, Makenzie. (She’s a little trouble maker too, and the reason we didn’t put a tree up this year)

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  4. Cat A

    Hi, what kind of dog is that it looks very similar to ours which we have no idea what he is.

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  5. cora

    this was my greatest fear for our lab’s first christmas in our home! i moved the tree into a remote corner (i.e. out of her main path) and rearranged all the ornaments so anything fragile/chew toy-esque was out of her reach. thankfully all major disasters were averted.

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  6. cora

    i should add that my friend’s dog ate an entire glass butter dish with no problems other than what came out the other end!

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