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    Default Lab vs Otterbox lab 1 otterbox 0

    5 seconds no contest and brought to hand. Bye bye I phone. Glass shattered.
    Hihope Hiland Heathen of Perth CD, RE, CGC, TDI

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    They have their ways - guess you weren't paying attention when your Lab wanted to train. Got you attention now!! I've almost had the same thing happen. Don't you just love them??
    Cheryl and her 4-legged family,

    9 yr old OTCH SHR UUD Licking Run Knapps VA Black Gem UDX3 OM2 VER RE JH WC ASCA-UD, hearing dog, "Gem-E" and
    1 yr old Knapp's Virginia Librarian's Choice, future hearing dog, "Book", and

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    UUD HR Knapp's Virginia Black Jewel UDX RE SH WC FFXOG FFXOP, "Jewel-E", 5/25/1998 - 5/5/2014

    Jewel-E & Gem-E aren't my whole life, they've just made my life whole! Now Book, a new "chapter" in the family story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheryl Knapp View Post
    They have their ways - guess you weren't paying attention when your Lab wanted to train. Got you attention now!! I've almost had the same thing happen. Don't you just love them??
    Ha, I was busy getting dinner ready for the labs! Not like this was a young dog. The clown is 8. Best I can figure is that the cat knocked the phone off the end table and into the labby toy box. Magic always comes flying in at dinner time, grabs a toy and plays toss with himself while I'm getting the bowls set. This is one of his little party tricks as a therapy dog. The phone never hit the floor. That is what he was doing when I saw it was my phone not a toy. He blames the cat. Anything in the labby toy box is fair game for toss. Got the phone fixed at the mall for less than half of the insurance deductable. Then I canceled the useless insurance.
    Hihope Hiland Heathen of Perth CD, RE, CGC, TDI

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    At least it was fixable and you didn't have to buy a new phone. Those darn cats
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    Quote Originally Posted by kcrumpy9 View Post
    At least it was fixable and you didn't have to buy a new phone. Those darn cats
    The lesson I learned was watch your phone deductable. Turned out that it was $169 . Maybe it was good deal(don't know) at the time of purchase but not today. Can't get too mad at Tux the cat. He is 15.
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    Our cat opens the door for the dogs to the feed room all the time now we put a stool in front of the door. Still waiting on Parker to eat the thing
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    time for a 5 S!

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