The Other Coast by Adrian Raeside for December 09, 2022

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    allen@home  4 months ago

    We were never able to find a toy our dog couldn’t destroy.

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    SquawkTron  4 months ago

    No toy is unbreakable for dogs.

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  3. Whatever  4 months ago

    Imagine him doing that on duty – when he catches a rat.

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    yip yip yip   4 months ago

    This is so true and dear to my heart. My girl is 15 1/2 and still take the squeaky out of the balls, and chews the balls up. Yip yip yip yip yip

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    mrsdonaldson  4 months ago

    Our Doree could destroy anything! Ironically, Walmart used to have 97 cent dog toys that lasted longer than anything else.

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    exness Premium Member 4 months ago

    My dogs get the monthly Bark Box in the mail, with 2 toys and snacks. The toys might be destroyed in 5 minutes, but it’s the best 5 minutes of the month.

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  7. Whatever  4 months ago

    Tell the producers: Its not the size of the teeth, it’s its sharpness.

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    walt1968pat Premium Member 4 months ago

    Don’t tell that to a dog or a toddler.

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    LJZ Premium Member 4 months ago

    I had a Chocolate Lab who would remove squeakers from toys with surgical precision… her sisters and mother would then shred the remains.

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    Gent  4 months ago

    Doggie likes to expose fraudulent advertising.

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    Just-me  4 months ago

    We bought a fairly large ball toy which was advertised to be tough enough to be played with by a lion. The ad even showed a lion playing with one. It only lasted a couple of days with our Rottweilers.

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    WCraft Premium Member 4 months ago

    My last dog could destroy ANY toy within minutes.

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    goboboyd  4 months ago

    Some parts are still recognizable, so the job isn’t finished… yet. First, a lap from the dish, and nap. After a heavy sigh.

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    cactusbob333  4 months ago

    Our Shih Tzu still has her “Foxy” from Chewy. Well, she has 2 small pieces of orange cloth that used to be Foxy. The rest of him must have been tired and got pooped out in the backyard.

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    maureenmck Premium Member 4 months ago

    Finn likes his stuffed plush ducks. We’ll ask “Where’s your duckie?” and he’ll run to get it. I buy them for about $6.00 each from Amazon, so it’s not a big loss when he destroys them. He had his first one for weeks with no damage. He would chew on it and toss it around, yet it never came apart, so I ordered 2 more. Around that time, Finnegan discovered he could get the squeaker out, as well as more stuffing than seemed possible to come from one toy. After that, every duck became a flat, mangled bit of material in increasingly shorter periods of time.

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    rscjc  4 months ago

    I once bought my golden a “indestructible” toy, gave it to her and timed how long it took for the dog to destroy the toy. Twelve seconds! A very happy 12 seconds for her!

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    the lost wizard  4 months ago

    Practice on dog beds helps. :)

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    eddi_tbh  4 months ago

    They make pet toys of Kevlar. It’s tensile strength exceeds many forms of steel. In 15 minutes Sakura shreds it into confetti. And she’s not the only pup who can do that.

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    Laurie Stoker Premium Member 4 months ago

    No such thing. Get over it.

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    Impkins & Patsnozzle Premium Member 4 months ago

    I really love hearing all your “doggie” stories! Brings back happy memories. I guess that’s what this strip is all about. :)

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