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  1. Our puppy is 10 months old. She came from a rescue group and we got her in April. She's a lovable beagle - very cute and distinctively marked. But she's in the doghouse (figuratively, not literally) with me right now. Yesterday I got a package in the mail. I found a copy of a crochet pattern booklet that I had a long time ago and wanted to purchase it again to make Christmas ornaments. She chewed it up! She picked up the package, carried it into the bedroom and chewed it to bits! Luckily, the same Etsy seller had another booklet available. I had to repurchase it. Ever have your pet ruin anything for you? I notice that if I don't put my crocheting back into the canvas bag I keep it in, she will pick up my project and "take it for a walk". I find a long string running from my skein to wherever she has carried my WIP. I love her but she's frustrating. I hope she outgrows this chewing stage. And her digging stage too. Our back yard looks like the surface of the moon. My husband buys filler soil by the 50 pound bag to keep the holes filled in.
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