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Last night Daisy managed to get FIVE lamingtons (little sponge cakes) off our dining table.

She must have eaten them in less than 30 seconds!!!!!

She was just about to EXPLODE and was waddling around like she was a woman pregnant with triplets!

She even had the hide to beg for some dinner.

She is ok, although won't be gettting fed again until tonight... she has had more than enough LOL.

What are the weird or naughty things your beagle has eaten?

I have heard of a beagle who ate 1kg of defrosting beef!
 

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Li'l Girl hasn't really eaten anything that weird. Bocephus (Rainbow Bridge) once ate about a batch of uncooked homemade noodles.

Talk about ballooning up and waddling! That was one miserable beagle! /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/crazy.gif
 

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How about the roof of my SUV, that weird enough?

For food though, Spencer are a whole cheese ball once and a loaf of pumpernickle bread.
 

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At the vet hospital I work at we had a beagle that ate 3 socks and two pairs of underwear! A week later he was back with another set of socks inside! I would say on a monthly basis (no pun intended) we get various breeds who have ingested feminine hygiene products (for those who are not familiar, products that swell up many times their size). Hayley once demolished a brand new $300 pair of my hubby's sunglasses. Toby ate a huge amount of my living room rug! Nothing a beagle will eat would surprise me! Thanks for the laugh tho! Julie
 

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Jersey's never really eaten anything weird. She did get a cheesecake on the counter at my aunt's house once. And of course the typical puppy chewing of shoes, laundry, etc. Amber on the other hand, she ate tons of stuff. She used to pull stuff off the kitchen table. A pack of bubblegum, a bag of Hall's menthol cherry eucalyptus cough drops, many packages of kethup off the table, a bag of pistachio nuts (that she had to shell). Finally, she grabbed a packet of hot sauce off the table once and never pulled anything down again.
 

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Let's see...a WHOLE sock, thank god he gets car sick so we didn't have to go the vet... two laptop cords that were plugged in and turned on...the basement carpet...the living room throw rug...the wood chips from my garden...I think that is all that was strange unless pulling every tag on every toy off before chewing the toy counts!!!
 

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This actually wasn't one of MY beagles, but my vet's tech has a beagle. She also has a "bed and breakfast" - one day she had put out a WHOLE HAM to thaw on the counter to prepare for dinner. It was pushed back on the counter - but her beagle managed to get it down and EAT THE WHOLE THING. He had to have his stomach pumped - Dr. Randy said they removed GALLONS of liquid and ham from him. Guess that's where they get the name "chow hounds"??? My youngsters are especially fond of plastic - like clothes baskets, rubbermaid tubs, etc. All of my tubs and baskets have "lacy edges". As far as food, they'll eat anything that doesn't eat them first. My little girls like fabric pretty well - I swear they're part moth!
 

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Mine also like plastic items (rubbermaid bins). They have eaten the brush that goes with the dustpan, toilet brushes, my husband's blue tooth for his phone and every pillow in the house has been shredded by the beagles. That's in addition to all the normal chewing of dirty laundry, stuffed animals and throw rugs in the house. Just last week Maya came up to me and her breath smelled MINTY fresh. I said WOW, your breath smells great! Then it dawned on me that my chapstick was missing. I never even found a piece of the container, but she seems fine so it mustn't have hurt her.
 

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Well I have to say some of these posts are pretty good! My Henry if i would let him he would eat everything in his doggie path! He was good for a toothbrush or two and good for a steak he robbed off my plate. He took off so fast with it I had no time react. My Rusty on the other hand tried to be slick and steal a big mac! He knocked over the whole bag and took off with the box and all. By the time he was done the box was even gone!
 

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My first Beagle Lilly was the worst for eating things that weren't supposed to be eaten. She ate, rather than just chewed, a calculator, my sandal, tv cable, books, washcloth and stuffing out of the sofa. Thankfully all items came out the other end /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/grin.gif

The scariest thing she ate was swallowing a live frog that was still wriggling as i watched it go down her throat. Once she disappeared on a walk only to come back an hour later licking her lips. I bent down to smell her breath and it stank of Indian Curry. I can only assume she had raided a dustbin. She was so full her belly was dragging on the ground.

Rosa is not much of a thief. She has never eaten non edible items but her and Lilly did once ambush a picnic and steal the peoples sandwiches and cakes...very embarrassing /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/blush.gif

Sherry recently stole a whole cheese and tomatoe pizza off the counter top. I had just got it out the oven and it must have been baking hot but that didn't stop her wolfing it down in seconds.
 

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My Sadie apparently has a sweet tooth and a preference for chocolate. It freaks me out for obvious reasons. She has never been able to consume any but she tries. I don't usually keep chocolate where she could get to it but there have been a couple times when there were wrapped mini reeses cups way back on my husbands desk and WHILE HE WAS SITTING THERE, she very slowly snuck one off the desk and tried to go to the bedroom to eat it. Her problem is, she gives herself away. She will pause and look at me with an "I got something and you don't know what it is" look.
She's soooooooooo sneaky about it. It has only happened twice so now I make sure any chocolate is kept up high....REALLY high!
 

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Marley is up in the kitchen right now for his antics! He doesn't usally get into anything but when he sees a speck of something on the floor he must attack it. He just loves hair, any. (mine, his, doesn't matter. He has to have it.
 

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Emma has a thing with cords. She has gotten 2 phone chargers while plugged in (1 was sparking when I picked it up), a car charger & recently my brother's cord to a game. We didn't tell him. I took it home & threw it in my trash. He will just think he lost it & will buy a new one.
The brother is always blaming Emma for all the messes when she is over. The other day I went over & asked him what was on his collie's foot. I said it looked like red marker. He said Emma had chewed one up, then it dawned on him. Maybe his precious collie chewed up the pen. Muahahaha!
 

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I have a 1 year old beagle named Cooper he will eat anything that he can chew up and swallow. The list includes, the dining room carpet, shoes, socks, he loves to eat the buttons off my shirts, the remote to the TV is his favorite though. He doesnt just chew it, he literally eats it. Ive tried that spray they sell at petsmart to stop him from chewing, but I think he likes it more if I spray that stuff on. The worse part is its so hard to discipline him cause hes so funny. Once I had brought home Mcdonalds for lunch and I set it on the counter and went to use the bathroom. When I cam back I couldnt find the Mcdonalds bag or the food anywhere. I knew he ate it, but he got rid of all the evidence! I was only gone for about 30 seconds. Later that night I found the bag stuffed between the coushins of the couch! He got me good.


caught in the act!
 

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Abby doesn't really eat anything weird except for the occasional Kitty Crunchy (and really that's not "weird" in the canine world).

A list of things she has chewed on as a puppy (thankfully she doesn't do it now) include:
our wooden window sill
barbie dolls (but only the legs/feet)

Um...that's all I can think of, probably more though /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/PBnervous2.gif
 

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Polly ate an entire Valentine's box of Reese's Peanutbutter cups...paper, foil and all last week. yuck!!!
Georgia, of course, eats her poop, unless I'm watching...but only her poop, and only when it's fresh. What discriminating taste!!!
 

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How about a hole in the kitchen wall ?? (That was Casey!)

Bailey eats every stuffed animal toy she gets (we have to get the squeaky out every time or she would eat that too!), rocks from the fireplace, blankets, her crate bed, sheets and my rugs! I have no rugs in my house right now that don't have some part of them missing! And she grabbed a hot dog bun off of the table a few months back and ate the whole thing before I could even catch her!

Ginger eats every rug in the house, grubworms and cat poop (ewwwww!)

Ahhhh ..... doesn't that sound delicious?!
 

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Hmmm, having 10 beagles NOW, and having had several others live with me for various periods of time, I can honestly say, there is LITTLE that someone hasn't eaten! Plugs from electrical cords are some of Joe and Jack's favorites (they don't eat them, just chew them off), remote controls, telephones, my driver's license, several computer cords, a couch, a few chairs, about a million toys, LOTS of plastic - including all the things mentioned above - edges of laundry baskets are special favorites, countless shoes (Romeo especially liked black dress shoes), numerous slippers, tons of socks, panties, towels, slip covers, rugs, shall I go on???
 
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