My dog ate my new Coach!

BeccaLynn07

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Aww, that's horrible! It''s good that your Balenciaga didn't get ruined but still quite a shame your new Coach did.
 

Selena

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Are you going to put the dog down now??? I think destroying purses is punishable by death???






Kidding
Selena
 

Vlad

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I am sorry for your misfortune with the Coach bag... but I can't help but laugh... it sounds like such a clichee... "sorry Mr Smith, my dog ate my homework" .... lol
 

tln

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Ouch! RIP Coach bag with the tags still on. Thank goodness he left the B-Bag alone! Still, that's $180 bucks. I'm sorry. If I leave my dog alone without crating him, he opens the cabinet where the trash is, and goes "dumpster diving".
 

Serendipity

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Awww sorry must be a cute pup that loves trouble.

Well now we know the smell and taste of the Coach is better than the b bag!
 

susan-eric

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My darling 10 year old Scottish Terrier, who otherwise has never done a naughty thing in her life, ate the bottom of my French door and an entire leg on one of my living room chairs when she was a puppy. My 3 year old Scottie prefers chewing on Nylabones, but you can still see a few of her teeth marks on an old pair of my sandals that had particularly interesting beaded starfish decorations--interesting to her too, apparently. Neither dog has chewed on any handbags, but they both love looking into any open ones--and have pulled out and chewed up papers, pens and anything else that looks like it might be fun.
 

SuLi

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OMG! I'm sorry about your experience! I've heard that Coach is pretty good about fixing things...it's worth a shot? At least your Balenciaga was spared. Again, sorry!
 

snowwhite

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I'm so sorry to hear about your Coach!!! That dog has good "taste," though!

I think the solution might be another dog! My first dog chewed things when I wasn't home, but now we have several dogs, and our three year old Husky/Rottweiller cross has never ruined a thing! (She chews on the other dogs.)

Just a thought...again, I'm sorry about your bag!!!