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      08-01-2011, 02:11 PM   #1
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In the middle of a Natural Disaster

Puppy, well I say Puppy, she is a 7 month old Lab pup so not exactly small has decided to throw up what seems to be her own SHIT all over my cream carpet. Pushed her outside where she then threw up more POO all over my patio ARgGGGGHHHHHH


The tortoise is moving around the garden quicker than a re-mapped 330d SE because he has been in the sun all day (once they get hot they storm about well fast), low and behold he can smell the fruity awful smell of the shit and is heading straight for it. I dive accross the shitty-sick in my flip flops to rescue him and I put him somewhere far safer like the downstairs loo!! I go back 5 minutes later to that Little SHIT having crapped/pissed/JIZZED all over my bathroom floor.



A proper Natural disaster afternoon!! Fuck sake!
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Mate labs will eat anything. Your post certainly brought a smile to my face though.
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Puppy, well I say Puppy, she is a 7 month old Lab pup so not exactly small has decided to throw up what seems to be her own SHIT all over my cream carpet. Pushed her outside where she then threw up more POO all over my patio ARgGGGGHHHHHH


The tortoise is moving around the garden quicker than a re-mapped 330d SE because he has been in the sun all day (once they get hot they storm about well fast), low and behold he can smell the fruity awful smell of the shit and is heading straight for it. I dive accross the shitty-sick in my flip flops to rescue him and I put him somewhere far safer like the downstairs loo!! I go back 5 minutes later to that Little SHIT having crapped/pissed/JIZZED all over my bathroom floor.



A proper Natural disaster afternoon!! Fuck sake!
Dude our 4 month old Golden Retriever did exactly the same thing at the weekend. My wide caught him eating his own sh*t and next thing he barfed diarrhoea all over the kitchen floor. Luckily most of it landed on the rug which I had to hose down and the rest was on the wooden floor.

I've got a strong stomach these days from years of dog ownership so I didn't gag once while cleaning it up.

I used to be really house proud!
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So why didn't you get an MSport tortoise?
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Most dogs go through a phase of eating poo but you got to stop it as soon as possible. Can be a sign of stress or diet problems as well.
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It's a lab thing. Some eat it some don't

growing up with two labs, The boy never ate any god bless his soul.
The girl always has and still does but understands it's wrong.

My auntie breeds Labs and 90% of them eat shit. No bad diets or stress!


Regardin' my pup. She eats only the best food and is far from stressed thanks dude.
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I hate cleaning up shit and sick and the worst was a springer that vomited a load of phlegm, spit, grass and toad/frog. She probably ate the grass to bring up the frog she decided to have a go off.

I remember my golden retriever sicking up something and then eating it again, at least it made picking it up easier.

To top that off my sister had a dog that had a poo problem, it used to eat it's own poo, sometimes it used to come into the house with poo slime round its chops. It sounds too far fetched but believe me its true, it had a diet problem and was on special food that stank anyway. Sadly the dog died and she didn't have another one due to 2 kids, thank god.
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god almighty Will

i'd like to keep my galaxy and cookies down before i go to sleep
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Will is even more badly behaved than Carl's zoo
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FFS you are a sick bunch. I feel bad just reading this thread and Wills vid was the final straw.

I am off to bed, DIRTY HORRIBLE THREAD!
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Matt, M sport tortoises are just too fast!!!



Will, she wouldn't eat my pups shit, stinks way too bad!
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The dog needs some training like this dog.

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I shall bookmark this thread and use it as proof why no animal should be allowed to share my house. My wife keeps going on about getting a pet.

I once saw a dog eating horse shit down at the stables. Looked like it was really enjoying. And to think people actually try to tell you dogs are intelligent.
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Amazed that 90% of Labs eat poo and mine actually doesn't, he is 12 months old and seems to do everything else wrong so amazing he is in the 10% of sensible eaters.

Having said that he has an amazingly gentle nature with our kids despite being a very big strong determined dog.
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They grow up seeing therE mother eating there shit cleaning up after them.

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I shall bookmark this thread and use it as proof why no animal should be allowed to share my house. My wife keeps going on about getting a pet.

I once saw a dog eating horse shit down at the stables. Looked like it was really enjoying. And to think people actually try to tell you dogs are intelligent.
Canine's are pretty clever mate. Don't under estimate them.

I grew up with Labs as they are an intelligent breed. Very intune with your emotions.


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Amazed that 90% of Labs eat poo and mine actually doesn't, he is 12 months old and seems to do everything else wrong so amazing he is in the 10% of sensible eaters.

Having said that he has an amazingly gentle nature with our kids despite being a very big strong determined dog.
Our little one is the other way around, she is as good as Gold. She was potty trained in 4 hours. She wasn't even 8 weeks old. Very obedient and gentle with kids and the tortoise LOL.
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my mum's lab used to get on my bed at night and try and shag me i was only 8

he spunked all over my chitty-chitty-bang-bang bed spread the dirty git

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