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Dog "laundry"- suprise suprise!
02-23-2012, 09:58 AM,
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Dog "laundry"- suprise suprise!
Buzz is a 'hoarder', you never know what you'll find- or WHERE you'll find it!

I'm doing laundry tonite and at the top of the list are the dog blankets. Buzz likes his own and he always takes his treats to it in order to "bury" them. Once I gathered everything up I found three of his squeak toys and his kong hidden in the folds of the blanket that was under a small table in the living room.

Jack, well- I can't figure out whether he likes his baby cut carrots or if he hides them from me jut because he's too polite to decline a treat I offer him, LOL! He does munch on them quite a bit so I know he enjoys them but uhgg, I dont like finding them hidden because I have to wonder then, where else they may be!

Scout is a proper little lady- her bedding always stays nice, so no suprises there!

I actually have a ton of dog blankets so I think once I get the laundry done I may thin them out a bit by using freecycle and if they aren't claimed quickly I'll just donate them to the local pound.
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02-23-2012, 11:43 AM,
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RE: Dog "laundry"- suprise suprise!
I didn't know dogs eat carrots!
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02-23-2012, 01:26 PM,
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RE: Dog "laundry"- suprise suprise!
My guy loves raw carrots and raw apple chunks. He also is a blanket guy, loves his blanket. If you want to see him get a little paranoid just get down and act like you are going to get in his crate. He will squeeze past you in a heartbeat to get in before you do. That is his house and he does not share. If my wife "straightens" his blankets in there he is right away in there "nesting" to suit himself. Kudos for thinking of the local pound. Pounds, shelters, they can all use all the help they can get.
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