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Britain’s naughtiest dog has destroyed eight sofas, two dining room tables and ten remote controls costing £9,000

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DOWN WRECKS!

BRITAIN’S naughtiest dog has destroyed eight sofas, two dining room tables and ten remote controls costing nearly £9,000.

Cooper first chewed up a couch aged 12 months. Two weeks later he ripped apart a sofa. And he has even pulled a leg off a table.

Owners Jill, 54, and Steve Kirkham, 60, have spent £8,750 to replace sofas, tables, remotes and mobiles.

Cleaning supervisor Jill, of Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, said: “Cooper is definitely Britain’s naughtiest dog. You can’t take your eyes off him for a second or he’ll be up to no good.

“He has cost us an arm and a leg, but I wouldn’t have him any other way. He is my best friend and the most loving dog.”

Jill reckons the boxer, now five, has calmed down. She said: “He hasn’t eaten our latest sofa. It’s a leather one and I don’t think he likes the taste of it.”


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