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It wasn't my Ginger, I promise!! No, she was too busy ripping up my sheet of paper that had all my passwords written on it while I was at the beach! Hubby was "looking after" her. HA!
Lil Kristie said:
Will be better than ringing my grandpuppys neck.

I'm working on a motorcycle jacket for my DG. I was working on the front of it, and had to lay it down. My daughter and I had some errands to run.

When we got back, the skein of yarn was on the floor. My DD picked it up, and I didn't look close at it, as I was getting ready to eat. Went back to it, there was no stitch markers in it, and no hook in it. Looked around for the stitch markers, only found one. Ringo had ate the other one. Plastic stitch markers in the shape of safety pins. The one we found was bent and you could see little puppy teeth marks in it.

So I had to rip it out and start all over again. Good thing I hadnt gotten too far into it yet. She's just like a toddler. Doesn't want her toys, wants everyone else's toys. Even if not a toy. To her it is.

My dog never went through the chewing stage with me. Poor baby was beat severely for chewing by the person that bought him. Beat bad enough that he had welts all over his body from it. When I got him at 11 months, he wouldn't chew anything, not even a toy. Took months to get him to realize that he could chew his toys.
 

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I tried the crate with Ginger when we first got her, but DH couldn't stand to hear her cry, so that was the end of crate training. I, too, think it's a wonderful idea, but it won't work unless both "parents" agree.
 
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