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PostSubject: Puppy dog presents   Puppy dog presents EmptyMon Dec 14, 2020 2:18 pm

Had a gift heartbreak the other day for Kye. I have stockings for all my pets for christmas and the toy and treats showed up the other day. Kye only likes the JW Pet balls that squeak, even though they don't squeak for long with him. I accidentally squeaked one of them as I was pulling them from the shipping bag and he got so excited then was crushed when I wouldn't give it to him. I tried to get him to play with a tennis ball which he had zero interest in and then got out all of his old JW balls and threw them around the living room which helped but ultimately he knows the good balls are in the stocking being deprived from him. Kenzi is getting dehydrated lung treats. She's not a toy loving dog at all but lack of teeth and the diabetes has really put a damper on what I can get special for her. Lung seems to not mess with her blood sugar too much. Cats got replacement mice. They will have tails to chew off once again. Anyone get anything interesting for their critters for the holidays?


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PostSubject: Re: Puppy dog presents   Puppy dog presents EmptyMon Dec 14, 2020 2:37 pm

We really dont go all out on holidays. A few weeks ago i got a few Wal-Mart versions of the kong toys. Splinter is getting a new coat or something even though he hates wearing clothes. Ot was -9 this am and a 16 lb short haired terrier can not handle that. (He tries)

One issue i have is if i dont get 3 of something the dogs argue. And the 3 somethings have to be big enough shadow doesnt swallow them but not too big for splinter.

So not for the critters but i got hubby a "bug assalt" rifle. Something tells me hes going to shoot me and the dogs with it but ita just table salt. He wants an 85 inch tv but thats not in the budget
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PostSubject: Re: Puppy dog presents   Puppy dog presents EmptyTue Dec 15, 2020 11:27 am

I would get keno sweaters after the holidays if there were any his size on sale. He would get cold when we hit our actual winter in January. Used to chews like the himalayan chews were on the menu because they could get them on Christmas morning and it would wear them out for us to be gone all day. Some years the cats would just get a stocking full of paper balls. Frankly, the cats are the fun ones to get stuff for because they legit open their stockings. They will climb all the way up inside them to pull out whatever they got.

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PostSubject: Re: Puppy dog presents   Puppy dog presents EmptyTue Dec 15, 2020 2:23 pm

I miss having cats. Loki lives with my stepdads father in nh. After the 2 cats got killed i realized i was never getting loki back. Also he turns 17 on the 24th so he is an old cat. Anyway loki tried to burn the house down last year. He was playing with the ornaments and jumped on the tree, knocking it over and starting a small electrical fire.

One of my cats had a thing for beer boxes and paper bags. Jerry would also go "cat fishing" aka tying a cat toy to a fishing pole with her. I dont know that squirt will ever be forgiven for what she did to rambo and patches.
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PostSubject: Re: Puppy dog presents   Puppy dog presents EmptyFri Dec 18, 2020 9:04 pm

jack is getting fresh squeaky balls, finn is getting an new red dragon, the one from last yr is still "alive" but smells so bad, i really should try and wash it... only stuffed toy he has not killed, i have bough stock in them Rolling Eyes they have a few other toys that will not last but a few days as well.
Petsmarts sale this yr sucked so no treats, keep waiting for them to go on sale, or i might just have to buy some. to late for online.

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PostSubject: Re: Puppy dog presents   Puppy dog presents EmptySat Dec 19, 2020 6:14 pm

My guys are not toy interested. So nothing out of the ordinary for them. I did send a small bag of training treats to Macy to my older son's little tiny dog. I got training treats cause she's so small that the Full Moon chicken strips I get for my guys are just way too big. I sent Archer a bag of Full Moon chicken bites and their cars a bag of Orijen freeze dried cat treats. The grandkids all got large size black velvet clocking coloring posters with a huge supply of markers. Adults got puzzles. And the families got a supply of chocolates, cookies and a huge canister of ghirardelli cocoa mix. Usually they get gift cards to Barnes and noble for books and treats but covid-19 is rampant out this way. Since everyone is either in hybrid or at home school, I figured something to keep everyone mindlessly busy. Personally, I'm not a big fan of the black velvet things but reviews say it's good for young kids cause the the velvet hides any coloring mistakes they make. I know everyone will like the chocolate - the rest? I'm not there to s see them roll their eyes 😝
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PostSubject: Re: Puppy dog presents   Puppy dog presents EmptyMon Dec 21, 2020 4:43 pm

Kye is still pouting over the ball he hasn't gotten. He gets very excited when we open the closet, even though it isn't in there. We've been randomly pulling out old toys trying to find him something to take his mind off the ball that go away but nothing so far that has really met his fancy. He has thusly finished off the old balls completely.

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PostSubject: Re: Puppy dog presents   Puppy dog presents EmptyMon Dec 28, 2020 11:19 am

We spent Christmas Eve at my parent's house so we could do Christmas with my mom's side that night and my dad's side Christmas day. Kye hasn't gotten to do much overnight travel so it had him a bit keyed up, but kenzi is an old traveling pro. They got their presents when we got back Friday night which made Kye's year. He has since killed both squeakers but the balls are still together for the moment. He has hauled them to bed with him. He has dropped them in the water dish while he gets a drink so he can keep a closer eye on them before fishing them out and going back to working on them. He has taken them outside with him to lay on the porch.

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