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Why Puppy Owners Should Consider LASIK Surgery

Why that little son of a…


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  • vincenzo December 20, 2005, 4:14 pm

    jeezus, that’s rough. i once had a cat that took a tentative bite of my eyeglass lens. the lens was made of that composite plastic stuff, not glass. therefore, i had little bitemarks on the edge of my glasses for the following couple of years before i upped the prescription and got a new pair. still, it’s difficult to hold these things against our pets, isn’t it?

  • jaced.com December 20, 2005, 4:17 pm

    Impossible to hold it against ’em!

    The whole day turns into a 300 dollar trip to LensCrafters, which is already annoying since you’re wearing a backup pair of frames with a 2003 prescription.

    At the end of the day, you can only laugh. These little scenarios are just a part of the bigger picture, which I wouldn’t trade for anything. :)

    Oh, btw, I forgot to mention: after not being able to find my specs for about an hour this morning, I finally found ’em — or what’s left of ’em I should say — in the backyard. This is usually the best place to look for mysteriously missing items like remote controls, drumsticks, and undergarments.

  • Ner December 20, 2005, 4:26 pm

    Love them puppies! Everything is a toy…..

  • Paul December 20, 2005, 5:26 pm

    Oh yeah… my pup Ginger chomped on Gina’s $150. strappy-dress shoes. They were completely destroyed – good thing she didn’t like those shoes!
    Ginger has chewed furniture, garden statuary, hiking boots, post-it notes …
    you name it. And after all that I love that dog even more than before!

  • larry December 20, 2005, 9:22 pm

    well at least scouterooo has some manners, when she isn’t humping “miss piggy” that is. i leave the spectacle decompensation to yours truly, after all these years i need no help!!!


  • bubs December 29, 2005, 10:53 am


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