This is what happens when a Rottie gets an 'indestructible' toy...

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Oh well, at least he enjoyed doing it!!

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My labrador did the same.... why label them as indestructable when they're clearly not!

The only thing she hasn't chewed to pieces yet is her Kong, although there are teeth imprints all over!
 

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Wow! I looked at her Kong one day and said to my Mum "looks like she'll go through that soon" and haven't seen it since! Must have rolled under our shed which is too dark to see under!
 

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Pmsl! My lab does the same but the only thing he has not got through is his kong
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At least he didnt eat it..my lab would have had a good old go...eats anything
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haha!!
 

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lol our old lab could crunch up little metal toy cars if he felt like it
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Don't think you should ever tell a dog that a toy is indestructible, they seem to always take it upon themselves to prove it isn't!
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My two year old Munsterlander destroys the indistructable, too! Frequently has, shall we say "brightly coloured deposits" from the other end as a result of his chewing! Took him to his first gun dog class today......apart from showing me up for over two hours, he kept finding empty cartridges (the training site is on a clay pigeon range) and chewing them, too! The other dogs were SOOOO good - hope he eventually becomes even HALF as good!
 
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