Monday, October 29, 2012

Monday Mischief October 29 2012

Elka cannot claim dibs on this iteration of Monday Mischief, and to protect the embarrassed, I will not name names. Suffice to say, a certain young dog that I know of was home alone. And bored. And...found a library DVD.


Really, I learned something. I knew that DVD's (and CD's) had a plastic bit, and a coating that contained the actual data, and all that. But I didn't quite realize that they were two parts like that. Because the above picture is of a single DVD that fell to dog jaws. I'm just glad that it doesn't look like any actual pieces came off, and I do know that she's all right, as this happened a few weeks ago.


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  1. Woof! Woof! That good she's alright. Happy MM. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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    1. Yup, nutty as ever, to hear it told!

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  2. Roooo never tried chewing a CD myself, looks yummy! *waggy tail*

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    1. I dunno, I think it looks pretty splintery.

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    1. I guess it was a pretty bad surprise when she got home and found the pieces!

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  4. Oh dear! I didn't know that a cd was two parts either! Glad the mischief maker is okay! :)

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    1. The things you learn, right? That's what libraries are for!

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  5. Uh oh! Somebody's got some 'splanin' to do!

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    1. I can just imagine the look on the puppy face when the owner was going "Now what did you do?"

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  6. Uh oh, mischief for sure. Glad all is well though.

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    1. Yes, I was pretty concerned when she showed me (I'm her "training consultant"), but she said that puppy is acting just normally.

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  7. Oh my, I didn't know they came apart like that either!! Glad to hear the culprit suffered no real damage. :-)

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    1. It's just one of those things that you, well, literally pick up the pieces, adn sigh that nobody got hurt!

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  8. Uh oh! I'm sure an evil bird must've got in the house somehow to do that!

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    1. You have to watch out for those birds! They have it in for dogs ;)

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  9. Hah, oh no! I haven't had to deal with destruction in so long (since a previous foster ages ago), I can't even imagine your reaction haha.

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    1. Oh geeze, if it was me? I'm not sure how I would've reacted either. We haven't had a destruction problem in a long time either.

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  10. Those are cool looking CD's, BOL
    Benny & Lily

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  11. It looks interesting, that's modern art ;o) but I'm glad the great "artist" is well :o)

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  12. Whoopsie!!! That is some serious Monday Mischief!!

    ~Higgins

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    1. It is! I'm glad that there are other dogs who can provide material for me ^^

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  13. Woah! I hope it wasn't some of Mom's favorites.

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    1. I guess she did like that particular movie, which is a shame.

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  14. So what did the library say when they heard the news? I have had to pay for a book before that my other cattle dog mix chewed up.

    Perhaps Elka was expressing her dislike of that particular DVD? ;)

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    1. I asked if she was going to pay by cash or check ;)

      I assure you, it was not Elka, it was a library patron's puppygirl.

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  15. I've had to pay for many dog chewed books through the years but so far no discs. Hope this record continues.

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    1. I feel very, very lucky *knock wood* that Elka never expressed interest in chewing books.

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  16. Hi Y'all!

    BOL!!! My Human kept me in my crate whenever she left the house. She still makes sure there was nothing available for me to "retrieve" in her absense, although I have free run of the main part of the house. Yep, the bedroom doors are kept closed. Doesn't she know I'm well past that compulsive chewing age?

    Y'all come by now,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

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    1. Sometimes, crating is the safest, both for dogs and belongings!

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  17. OH NO ELKA!

    It's a shame you have no one else to blame this on!

    Slobbers

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    1. Indeed she can! It was a library patron's dog, not Elka. I just handled the transaction when it came back, and whipped out the phone camera.

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  18. I found out the hard way too what CD's really looked like one day when Leroy got a hold of a few!

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    1. Your heart must have just sunk when you found them :(

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