Dogs Who Are Totally Happy They Destroyed Your House

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Some dogs trash the house because they have separation anxiety, some really like rolling around in garbage, and some are just jerks!

 

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I Swear a Big Doberman Busted in and Tore Up Da Place

 

 

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0 thoughts on “Dogs Who Are Totally Happy They Destroyed Your House”

  1. Happy dog is the one who has exercise, discipline and love. A dog who destroys the house obviously needs exercise a lot of exercise, needs to burn some energy.

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  2. Been there, done that. My dog destroyed two metal kennels, not to mention chewed through walls and furniture and everything else. Luckily for me, dad can fix most everything. And yes, I still have Him. Everything is replaceable, but he’s not! He eventually grew out of it, and is now a lazy old man who doesn’t have the energy to destroy the house. He still has his moments, but is mostly content to destroy stuffed animals and play with his toys.

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  3. So glad my Nora is fond of shoes, toys, and dryer sheets. And small plastic items she eats, including ibuprofen. We were told she will always need to be watched. Better to put doggies in a kennel and just purchase a new bed from time to time and go to doggie rehab. Good my heart has already been stolen. My toy poodle has always been a saint. Nora has more history in her one year compared to my poodles’s 13 years. Gotta love dogs!

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