Dog goes berserk, destroys Elvis' teddy bear

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  1. IJ Reilly macrumors P6

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    http://edition.cnn.com/2006/SHOWBIZ/Music/08/02/britain.elvisbear.ap/index.html
     
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    So whose brilliant idea was it to use a puppydog to guard stuffed toys?!!
     
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    Isn't that a good one? It's like using a cat to guard a can of tuna.
     
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    exactly! i really do want to know who made that brilliant decision as well. :p

    my dog is pretty good and rarely chews anything that isn't one of his toys. he's reliable enough to leave in the house by himself with full access to every room. but, i've found that stuffed animals are the exception here. maybe it's instinct? must. eat. small. soft. creatures. that. look. like. strange. animals. :D
     
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    I'm all shook up.
     
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    Don't be cruel.
     
  8. iMeowbot macrumors G3

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    Images of the wreckage. Barney does look pretty pleased with his accomplishment.

    (and on the lower right, I see that he has caught a rabbit!)
     

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    That's all right, mama.
     
  10. thedude110 macrumors 68020

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    Barney knew his job was to make sure nobody got in or out of that room. If it's got ears, eyes and fur, well ... Barney knew what to do.

    And who could stay mad at such an adorable dog?
     
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    The dog was boycotting because of the mass mudering of dogs in china....All dogs will go berserk and try to take over.........you know what I'm not even going to say it.





    Bless
     
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    I'm not really surprised about this story.

    At least this wasn't a "doberman attacks little boy" story.
     
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    Ready for this?

    http://www.stuff.co.nz/stuff/0,2106,3754534a4560,00.html
     
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    In the same ball park, Paris Hilton was recently attacked by her pet kinkajou. The racoon like animal was checked out by a vet and apparently is no worse for it's ordeal.
     
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    Man comes up to the owner of a Doberman, and says. "I'm terribly sorry but my dog has killed your dog.

    What my Doberman is dead?

    Yes.

    What sort of dog do you have.

    A Chiahuahua.

    What, your Chiahuahua killed my Doberman, How?

    It got stuck in its throat.
     
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    Poor Paris Hilton... :rolleyes:


    That is great dogbone! :D
     
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    One has to wonder- why were the teddy bears considered so valuble in the first place? I mean, I can understand graceland being famous, but his teddy bear? Come on.

    I do wonder how the insurance will react now that the dog they insisted be there destroyed everything.: "Sorry it was an act of... uh... God, we're not going to cover it"
     
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    Yum, seems like that dog had a bear-y good time chewing up the cords! :eek:
     
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    Maybe god is trying to send a sign, since the word "dog" is spell "god" when you reverse the letters.
     
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    That is one of the funniest things I have heard in a long time, I wonder if we send the dog to guard Paris Hilton I wonder if it would have the desired effect?
     
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    If you are dislecsic wouldn't it be an act of goD?
     

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