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    Thumbs down Puppy chewed the safety buckle in my pram!!

    Well my puppy is going through that teething stage and she has chewed the safety buckle in my stroller! It's a chicco brand and Im just wondering if this has ever happened to anyone else? Maybe not specifically a puppy chewing it up but it just breaking or whatever. What did you do? Did you replace said buckle or just buy a new stroller? Reason why Im asking is I really can't afford to buy a new stroller right now

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    Have you looked at their website to see if you can buy new straps?

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    Call Chicco or the store you got it from and see if they can send you a replacement part... Usually bigger brands like Chicco, steelcraft, Phil and Teds etc all have fab customer service!

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    Yes Squishie I checked their website and couldn't see anything there, thanks anyway.
    PTH I will definetly try ringing them tomorro and see what they say, thanks.

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    Try a pram repair place. Im in perth and there is one here. I've had to have a couple of things fixed and a hood replaced. A lot cheaper than a new pram!

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    Thanks RL I never even thought of that. I will ring around tomorro.


 

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