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Old 10-09-2007, 01:57 PM   #15
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Charlie our previous JR liked nothing better than a good frisbee. he'd chase until YOU got tired then ask for more. Was also a good way to meet others as he always attracted people who wanted to throw for him. Holly our present JR only wants to examine the other side of the bushes and chase squirrels. She's always at the far end of her least or tether. We do take a couple of toys but she could care less if there's a tree or bush to check out.
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Old 10-09-2007, 03:55 PM   #16
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well, mine are sissy California dogs.. and if it rains, they won't go out. I am happy to have them in the mansion and dry, they treat it just like home. They like thier toys inside.. they don't take them outside, even at home.
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Old 10-09-2007, 05:43 PM   #17
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Lots of toys for the new puppy. All the wrappers said "irresistible to puppies" ..... WRONG!

Socks, moccasins, old sneakers THEY are irresistible!!

She has yet to go in the trailer but usually if we the "masters" (ha, ha) have time with her she has no interest in chew toys because she is chewing our fingers!
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Old 10-09-2007, 09:56 PM   #18
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It's funny, the toys I have in the camper are decor! I'm calling it the Moon Doggie Lodge, so I have a stuffed moon, a star and a neat felted wool bone in bright orange.

Phoebe is too tired to play with them from all the running around she does outside. The camper is for sleeping, she says. I'm usually pushing her off the majority of my bed so I have some room.
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Old 10-09-2007, 10:37 PM   #19
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Jobi has a ton of toys at home and she drags them all out and leaves them all over the living room floor and hall and my bedroom--even IN my bed. At least a few times a week I get tired of picking them up and I tell her, "Jobi, by the time I get home I want all your toys put away." It's never happened. The first couple times we camped with Jobi I brought her toys and she never touched them--not even her bone. Now I don't bother.
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Sticky thinks Jobi has a FINE collection of toys.

He now uses the "But JOBI has one!" line on me when he thinks he needs something new..
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well, mine are sissy California dogs.. and if it rains, they won't go out. I am happy to have them in the mansion and dry, they treat it just like home. They like thier toys inside.. they don't take them outside, even at home.
Hah!!! That's just because Sticky hides all the toys from you But you sure are right, they are sissy California dogs So is Ms Daysee, she won't set a paw outside in the rain or snow. But she has lots of toys.
PS I went by your house Sunday, ya weren't there
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