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    When the dog gets to the mail before you do...

    Luckily it was a cheap rookie!
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    Sorry to hear about that. Never had my dog do that but I did have a cat of mine get into my Kellogg cards and eat leave some nice teeth marks in them. It sucks but it they are left out animals will eat them sad to say. Hopefully, it was not a valuable card.

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    I feel your pain our pup got two judge rookies shredding them into pieces
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    Wow, you're very lucky!

    I could only imagine how you would have felt if it was a big PC card or something.
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    You should teach your dog to only chew up Pittsburgh cards....
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    Quote Originally Posted by michiganMax View Post
    You should teach your dog to only chew up Pittsburgh cards....
    ...and a Crosby card would be a nice "whine" to finish off the meal.
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