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    My dog ate my ribeye!!

    I turned off the stove and left it in the pan to cool off and my big ole wolf-dog Takoda at it right out of the pan!!!
    Had no idea I was so weak till I started walking in October. Could barely make it around the block!
    Now can walk on the beach for hours.

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    That'll learn ya!

    Put the dog outside when you're cooking steak. Naughty dog!
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    He hasn't done that since he was a puppy!! could it be I just quit buying meat from wal-mart?
    He has dog food avaliable but gets meal of meat everday!! I would have shared some of it!! Spoilt brat!!
    Had no idea I was so weak till I started walking in October. Could barely make it around the block!
    Now can walk on the beach for hours.

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    Ooooh - that's rather unfortunate!
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    I have 3 sled dogs (2 malamutes and a husky/wolf) and that sounds like one of my stories! Gotta love 'em! If he's still a puppy, it might get better - many of our shananigans stopped with adulthood.

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    So...eat the dog.

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    We've had something similar happen. We had visitors over, the ham was out for coolig, standing a liiiitle to close to the edge of the table, obviously, and suddenly we heard something going on in the kitchen. We have three Labradors well-known for their constant appetite, and the youngest, had fetched the ham for herself... she didn't get to eat it, though

    Another time while the two old ones were young (10 years ago), one of my siblings has graduated from school and there's a tradition of the students visiting all their classmates, going around by horse wagon or bus, drining and eating a little. Well, we'd made a whole bunch of sandwhiches put on a low coffee table. Nala couldn't resist and ate half a plateful! We just laughed it off though :P

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    You beat me to it wabbit
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    Eat the dog.
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