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Given the opportunity, and enough time, dogs will chew on...and eat...amazing things. I have seen the entire arm of a couch, down to the frame, eaten by a dog. Not chewed-on or gnawed like a bone...EATEN. Nothing left of it...all of it was inside the dog...at least temporarily.

And one of my sister's dogs ate her daughter's shoes, leaving only the soles. That stupid dog, a bull terrier, also ate a plastic garbage bag, which lodged in his innards and killed him.

What kind of a dog is that? Doesn't even look like a dog. Almost looks like a tiger.

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This dog looks like a pit bull mix with a larger dog. Mastiff perhaps? I seen a dog years ago and he had the largest  head I had ever seen on a dog.  His name was Caesar and sadly he was abandoned by his owner. My neighbor at the time would feed and care for him but he was not allowed in her house because he was always muddy. She built a huge dog house for him and even insulated it to keep him warm during the winter. When it got below zero she would let him into her kitchen with a gate up.biggrin

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KidCharlieMane wrote:

Given the opportunity, and enough time, dogs will chew on...and eat...amazing things. I have seen the entire arm of a couch, down to the frame, eaten by a dog. Not chewed-on or gnawed like a bone...EATEN. Nothing left of it...all of it was inside the dog...at least temporarily.

And one of my sister's dogs ate her daughter's shoes, leaving only the soles. That stupid dog, a bull terrier, also ate a plastic garbage bag, which lodged in his innards and killed him.

What kind of a dog is that? Doesn't even look like a dog. Almost looks like a tiger.

Charlie

 


What's sad is the pup didn't do that for recreation. You can't see it but I'd be willing to bet he's hooked up to about five feet of logging chain and is never allowed to leave that spot. Probably doesn't get much in the way of food or water either.

Remember this post? The picture of the shredded bottom third of a steel door is gone because Photobucket sucks but the gist of the post still stands. 

http://nytramsplace.activeboard.com/t62036247/this-is-what-desperation-looks-like/

About eight weeks ago I was cleaning out another rental. On a top shelf in the kitchen between boxes of five year old Mac and Cheese was a one gallon bowl half filled with what looked like stale coffee. On closer examination I realized something was moving in it. After getting him in fresh water I saw that he was a betta. Beautiful flowing blood-red fins and a pale blue body. He now lives in a lighted gallon and a half filtered tank in my living room.

I call him Finn.

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I realize he's just a fish but how do you walk away and just leave something to die like that?

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I wish people who mistreat animals would suffer the same mistreatment themselves, and the sooner the better.

Good luck with Finn.  smile  What do the kitties think of him?



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Good luck with Finn.  smile  What do the kitties think of him?


 Callie has shown no intrest. Xena stares at the tank like she's watching TV.



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KidCharlieMane wrote:

Given the opportunity, and enough time, dogs will chew on...and eat...amazing things. I have seen the entire arm of a couch, down to the frame, eaten by a dog. Not chewed-on or gnawed like a bone...EATEN. Nothing left of it...all of it was inside the dog...at least temporarily.

And one of my sister's dogs ate her daughter's shoes, leaving only the soles. That stupid dog, a bull terrier, also ate a plastic garbage bag, which lodged in his innards and killed him.

What kind of a dog is that? Doesn't even look like a dog. Almost looks like a tiger.

Charlie

 


What's sad is the pup didn't do that for recreation. You can't see it but I'd be willing to bet he's hooked up to about five feet of logging chain and is never allowed to leave that spot. Probably doesn't get much in the way of food or water either.

Remember this post? The picture of the shredded bottom third of a steel door is gone because Photobucket sucks but the gist of the post still stands. 

http://nytramsplace.activeboard.com/t62036247/this-is-what-desperation-looks-like/

About eight weeks ago I was cleaning out another rental. On a top shelf in the kitchen between boxes of five year old Mac and Cheese was a one gallon bowl half filled with what looked like stale coffee. On closer examination I realized something was moving in it. After getting him in fresh water I saw that he was a betta. Beautiful flowing blood-red fins and a pale blue body. He now lives in a lighted gallon and a half filtered tank in my living room.

I call him Finn.

smile

 

I realize he's just a fish but how do you walk away and just leave something to die like that?

no


 Finn is a lucky man. May you and he have many glorious years together.



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Congrats on Finn Nytam. 

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