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Python eats family pet dog

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A large python has swallowed a pet dog that was chained up inside its kennel in a backyard in northern NSW.

The dog's owner received a "nasty shock" when she approached the kennel to let her Chihuahua-Maltese cross off its chain, only to find a carpet python in its place with a large bulge in its body and the dog's chain emerging from its mouth.

http://www.smh.com.a...0314-34qzh.html

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Chained reaction ... the python couldn't help it ~

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That would be a horrible thing to witness. I would be devastated. If it had taken one of my little furry kids, it would not have needed a vet.

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Posted (edited)

That is one guilty looking snake.

Great story :)

Well not for the dog...

Edited by Junior Chubb

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who the hell chains a tiny dog like that?

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Said the snake would regurgitate the dog... :wacko:

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who the hell chains a tiny dog like that?

All little dogs suffer from little man syndrome and need chaining up.

Edited by Junior Chubb

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All little dogs suffer from little man syndrome and need chaining up.

If you need a chain to restrain, you have the wrong pet..

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Yeah, I have nothing against snakes, but if one ate my Yorkie I'd be giving it a c-section.

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i think this is a different one but simliar thing minus the chain

http://news.ninemsn....-on-whitsundays

Yes, two in as many weeks, which is not something really want to hear.

I must say, she seems to have coped with her loss surprisingly well, she must not have been very attached to the dog at all.

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Yes, two in as many weeks, which is not something really want to hear.

I must say, she seems to have coped with her loss surprisingly well, she must not have been very attached to the dog at all.

Yea its strange how she laughs, however it was her daughters dog given by the aunt, maybe the mother didn't want it in the first place.

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