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Well so far so good- we’ve survived Zool The Destructor :O)! Mind you we have but our pizza money last night didn’t fare so well. That’s right she ripped apart a fifty dollar bill and then ate most of it. Our daughter left it on the table and that’s all she wrote! We had to use a credit card and given her new taste for all things money we guarded it with our lives :O)! She’s been running around the house burying her bones just about everywhere and there’s a good reason for this even if it is a bit sinister. Laundry piles and bed clothes seem to be her favorite spots. We’ve noticed that she tends to bury her bones and toys close to anywhere that she is interested in getting into usually for chewing- like areas of cords and the kid’s things. She has eaten my daughter’s computer cord three separate times now. She also tends to grab her cell phone every time she sees an opportunity just to eat the cover that it has on it. This last time she managed to eat it leaving just a small piece of rubber behind. That gave her a tummy ache. As it turns out dogs can tolerate Pepto Bismol (Pepto-Bismol Dosage For Dogs: The recommended dosage is 1 teaspoon for every 10 pounds, according to Dr. Klein. It can be offered to the dog every 6-to-8 hours, but if your dog still has diarrhea after a few doses, stop the medication and call your veterinarian.) and we did give her some. It worked brilliantly. Her tummy was better in no time at all ans she was back to her chewing ways. Much more of her eating us out of house and home (literally- she believe it or not has tackled the base boards most recently! :O)) and I’m thinking we should contact Procter and Gamble to see if they are interested in our puppy for being the spokes puppy for Pepto Bismol. We might as well put her to work so she can buy us a new house and all the goodies that fit inside it! :O) She has even gone for my son’s Legos as she knows he plays with those and locks her out choosing them over playing with her. So you guessed it she goes after the Legos. Unfortunately BooBoo went for the train set. She very carefully disappeared three pieces of the train track. Luckily we have a happy ending there. We found them and they were in one piece! So bottom line this all isn’t something that a little ole’ muzzle can’t fix. LOL I need to go and check what she is doing now and to what because that’s just a given with this crazy puppy! And I know you guys are all out there agreeing given the incident with the bra- I mean how does a puppy eat a bra?! We never thought to soak my daughter’s bra in Bitter Apple!:O) After me being mistaken for a human chew toy I am thinking that should be my new perfume though! :O) I am leaving some great links to have access to in your quest to raising your own puppy especially if your puppy has teeth! Until next time take care, Kelli