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Old December 4th, 2011, 09:19 PM
lindapalm lindapalm is offline
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Dog toy warning

If you own a dog toy that has two tennis balls, connected by a rubber bone in the center, test the color fastness out first before giving it to your dog. I gave my sons dog a toy called Tennis Bonz, after he chewed it in half, I took it away from him and let him have just the tennis ball part. Half an hour later I looked down on the CARPETED floor, and the dye from the ball had rubbed off on the carpet, and would not come off. I called cleaners, and they said I was out of luck. I wish I could remember where I bought the toy from (probably a house sale) so I could call the company and complain. My son now has 2 year old beige and RED carpeting.
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Old December 4th, 2011, 09:52 PM
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big disappointment for the carpet! If you can find the same type of carpeting you might have success getting a path replaced. We had a patch replaced after a hole got burnt and it surprisingly was invisible.
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Old December 5th, 2011, 11:36 PM
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It would be tough to patch because it is in probably eight different spots over the entire room. They were thinking of getting laminet flooring next year, now I guess they are doing more than thinking about it.
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