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Tank decided that an empty Carlton chain box and file handles made perfect toys





Took him about a minute to do this to the file handle.

 

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Safe to say he's a normal dog? :D At least the toys are cheap :happybounce:
 

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Safe to say he's a normal dog? :D At least the toys are cheap :happybounce:

Yeah he's rough on toys, he destroys any sort of "dog toys" so now it's pop bottles, files handles, PVC plumbing
fittings and any cardboard boxes he wants.
 

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Yeah he's rough on toys, he destroys any sort of "dog toys" so now it's pop bottles, files handles, PVC plumbing
fittings and any cardboard boxes he wants.

That's the way to do it. Kind of like how kids play with the box the expensive toy came in. I laugh when I see people spending thousands of dollars on accessories for their pets.
 

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Fill a kong w/ peanut butter throw in the freezer, and give it to him after frozen. I keep two around. keeps them buzy for some time.


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Fill a kong w/ peanut butter throw in the freezer, and give it to him after frozen. I keep two around. keeps them buzy for some time.


dw


That's a damn good idea, I've got two kongs for him but the peanut butter usually makes
a big mess, frozen would help alot.
 

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That's a damn good idea, I've got two kongs for him but the peanut butter usually makes
a big mess, frozen would help alot.

You may have to rub the end a bit to start the thaw process so he can get the smell. My lab has no trouble smelling it. Bad thing he thinks everything coming out of the freezer is for him :-)


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So does the dog prefer chisel, round, semi skip, skip, what pitch and gauge?

All this talk about dogs and peanut butter . . .
 

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