Step away from the slipper, little buddy (Picture: Getty Images)Puppies are pretty synonymous with chewing – between teething, curiosity and a need to expend all that energy, it’s one of their favourite things to do.
His owners claim to have ‘Britain’s naughtiest dog’ after he chewed his way through eight sofas, two dining room tables and 10 remote controls – costing Jill Kirkham and her partner Steve nearly £9k in total.
Rosie in the bath (Picture: Kennedy News and Media)At the salon, groomers were forced to shave parts of Rosie’s fur off to shift the blue dye while her tiny nails were stuck a blueish hue for weeks.
Mushka the Alaskan malamute developed the same symptoms as his owner (Picture: Mandy Hayes / SWNS)A dog could be the first in Britain to have contracted coronavirus after it chewed its owner’s discarded tissues then developed symptoms.
The three-year-old pup refused to let go of his new chew toy (Picture: Caters News Agency)Halle, a professional poker player, said: ‘I got out of the shower and went into the living room to see Dammit Bobby chewing on something on the couch.
Spaniel Dexter is so obsessed with chewing things he shouldn’t – including fishnet tights, chocolate and duct tape – that his owners got him a mouth guard, but he ate that too.
A very naughty dog left ink pawprints all around his owner’s house after chewing up a biro pen.Brandy, a six-month-old cockapoo, was left with blue ink all over his paws after chewing the pen, which he had stolen from his owner’s handbag.
Four-year-old Amelia keeps asking why her ‘brother’ went to ‘heaven’ (Picture: Deadline News)A family has opened up about the horror of losing their dog after he ate a chewing gum containing an artificial sweetener.
Stacie says she can’t stay mad at Benny for long (Picture: Mercury Press & Media)‘I’m assuming he chewed it a little then used his paws once there was a hole.