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Galco Leather and Pit Bull

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by Yankee2718, Jul 11, 2012.


  1. Yankee2718

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    So I found my Galco leather that I was trying to find for the past day. Somehow my 1 year old red nose chocolate pit(Penny), decided to eat the holster. She literally ate the whole thing. I found a piece of the belt loop on the floor that she threw up and the rest is passing okay. How she got a hold of it, I have no idea. I must have left it on a table and forgot it was there for a minute.

    Penny is actually a great dog. Super sweet and very loving. She is an actual American Pit Bull Terrier, not an American Bully. I rescued her from a kill shelter 7 months ago. She is great with kids and adults. I hate the stereotype these dogs have. We live in an apartment and she is one of the sweetest dogs in the complex. The only other friendly dogs are a tan Pit Bull and a Black Lab. I would know since I'm the courtesy officer. I really didn't like the holster all that much anyways.
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  2. Bill Keith

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    I think she's telling you she'd like some of those leather chews sold at the pet store. She's a great looking dog, now she has a new surname....."Penny Galco":wavey:
     

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  3. wirenut

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    It's good you didn't like the holster.
    on the other hand she thought it was rather tasty.
     
  4. Sharkey

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    OMG, the dog breed of peace strikes again. If she ate your holster, think what she could do to your face! Your not safe in your own home.

    The only sane thing to do is to kennel her and bring her to my house so my 3yoa pit can have a lil sister. Mine chewed up one cycle glove when she was a pup. Occasionly I'll find a ripped up napkin we left on the couch when we get home.
     
  5. Berto

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    Mine ate a set of stocks off my Sp101. A fellow GT'er hooked me up with new ones, people here are great.

    Parker outgrew his chewing habit, fortunately. Good dog.

    (with roomate, Priscilla the Rottweiler)

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  6. Yankee2718

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    Pit bulls are absolutely wonderful dogs. I try to get penny to meet as many people as possible. So far she has changed about 4 people's opinions on pits.
     
  7. Yankee2718

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    Those are some good looking dogs!!
     
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    Thanks for adopting an animal! Very kind of you.
     
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    Good thing you didn't really like that holster. She's a good looking pup.
     
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    Nice dog. You might want to consider a safe for your holsters. Loosing a VM2 or another custom holster would hurt with the cost and the wait time.

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  11. Yankee2718

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    I've been keeping my Nick Mathews #1 locked up tight. She is real sneaky. She stopped getting into stuff about 4 months ago for the most part. Sometimes she likes to rip a pillow or two apart and pull the stuffing out. Ah, she's still a puppy... :cool:
     
  12. CajunBass

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    Maybe so, but they sure don't look too thrilled to be doing whatever it is they're going to do.

    Taking them to the Vet, Berto?
     
  13. glockin-45

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    Galco's are a dime a dozen, penny is not! Glad you went easy on her. Beautiful dog.
     
  14. Berto

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    Nah. Visiting 'grandma'.

    I think they were just wondering why I hadn't let them out of the truck yet.