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New Problem with Crossbreed

This is a discussion on New Problem with Crossbreed within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; hahaa....wait...I left my ST on the ground where my Fiance's papillion can reach it i just realized.... DARN!...

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    hahaa....wait...I left my ST on the ground where my Fiance's papillion can reach it i just realized....

    DARN!
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    BACON!!!!
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    Now that's one EXPENSIVE chew toy right there.

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    Great story and picks.

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    Maybe deduct the cost of your holster from your dog's expense account.
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    Some people are so anal about a little extra weight!!!

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    Sorry to hear that happened. My advise would be get a real dog . I'm only giving you a hard time. One of my boxers has chewed a nice pair of my shoes and also the wife's. Thankfully he hasn't chewed up anything like that in a very long time.
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    Maybe Crossbreed can offer a few options - see below?

    Option #1:
    Maybe they can re-use the belt clip and Kydex and place them both on a new piece of leather for a small fee?

    Option #2:
    You send them the dog and they use the "dog's hide" as the replacement piece of leather and just charge a small handling fee?

    Good luck... call Crossbreed as you having nothing to loose.
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    Wait... wait... guys, you're missing out on a great opportunity here:
    1. Find an insurance company that will cover such things under a homeowner's policy;
    2. Every so often toss the dog one of your 'box-o-holsters' rejects;
    3. Submit the claim (accompanied by the chewed holster, perhaps);
    4. Use the payoff to buy a new and different holster!

    The worst that could happen would be an increased rate or policy cancellation.

    Oh.

    Nevermind.
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    Oh men, there is coffee all over my keyboard now! I am sure your doggy had a very nice time while trimming your holster.
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    What about your Homework ? did he eat that too ?

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