She just wants something bigger, come on the ladies ALWAYS want something bigger. Truck, gun, etc.
Rob - she totally ignores the bone shaped toys and goes for the round ones. She even was snooting at the grocery bag trying to get at a head of cauliflower.
LOL. I can relate. Murphy and Belle will destroy a stuffed Kong toy in a matter of days.
My dobe use to do that with his hedgehog. An almost obsession with pulling out the stuffing as soon as he got it. Both grunting the whole time LOL. But he never ate any Pooh, heh. Any kind of bones would last forever (know this from stepping on them EVERY TIME.)I wonder what the significance is with the round shape Abby prefers?
Don't worry, Boss, it's just a scratch!Cody has chewed up several prized and beloved stuffed animals belonging to our kids...Fortunately, Dr Vic, Stuffed Animal Surgeon was able to effect appropriate repairs.
Amazing how quickly ours can rip the squeeker out of any toy :)
Gus (Fergus) would pack around a stuffed toy for a few days, then rip it apart, chew the squeaker til it stopped, then bring it to me, and putooee it on to my foot...
This is the secret of having a blog, and why I will never have one. When Sasha did a similar number on Ziggy, a soft Christmas ornament of apparently similar size and construction, I never thought of taking a picture of it.
I started this blog so the child I gave up for adoption could get to know me, and in turn, her children, as well as share stories for a family that lives too far away. So please keep it friendly and kid safe. Posts that are only a link or include an ad for an unknown business automatically to to SPAM..