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Naughty things Dobies do

Thought I would start a new thread so we could all have a laugh at the destruction our beloved Dobies can cause.

I'll start with a picture of my room after leaving Willow for a short period !!!

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She had been out walking all morning too. But I still love her and it hasn't happened since. ( touch wood )

Hopefully you will all have some funny pictures or stories to tell.


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After 23 years of living with a doberman there are too many things that my dogs have done. They have chewed pillows, throws, feathered down covers, chairs, books, rugs and I am sure I have forgot somethings. It is never a dull moment. Just when you think they have grown up and matured they do something that will drive you up a wall. Oh the pleasure of living with a dobie and I would never in one second trade it.
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I've just remembered the funniest thing that's my first Dobie Sebi did.

I was having new carpets fitted on the stairs. The carpet fitters came and one guy refused to come in unless I removed Sebi.
I locked Sebi in the living room much to Seb's disgust and went to make coffee for the guys.
A few minutes later I heard a loud scream and went running to the stairs to find the scared carpet fitter spread eagled on the stairs and Sebi Humping him.
I couldn't get my big lad off for laughing. The poor guys work mates were also rolling on the floor in tears.
Boy I wish I could have filmed it. Probably not I think there would be a law against raping the handyman.

Luckily the poor lad was that embarrassed he didn't want it mentioning to anyone. Few no law suit lol.



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Diablo my first rescue, disassembled, and evenly distributed , an old feather pillow the very first hour, I left him alone. - he was, thankfully very good, with leaving stuff alone after that.
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Thank goodness only one is destructive inside-that would be Jackson. My evil little "momma's boy". This was one of his stunts.



But, this by far was his best masterpiece....



He was lucky we were going to pull the carpet up, he just got us motivated to do it earlier then we planned on. He did this when he was probably about 1 1/2yrs old.

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These have all been posted before, I think:

Naughty? Whaddya mean naughty?





No, am are NOT naughty!
Oh, nooooo, Mr. Bill! (Yes, this toy really does say, "Oh, Nooooo!")

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Oh I have so been there with the dog bed...or two...or three....

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I've thrown away MANY dog beds and the errant toy. Here are a few items that we still live with in our family room. I can sort of turn them at an angle so guests don't see the chew marks....

I didn't take a photo of the camel hair coat from neiman marcus. You'll just have to imagine that one....
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