OK. You’ll have to get used to this. The word “kill” may not appeal to you, but to a terrier, bred to rid his Master’s land of varmints and other bothersome critters, “kill” is the perfect word to describe what we do when we get a stuffed toy between our teeth.
And that, my friends, is my #10 gift idea. Anything chewable makes a nice, thoughtful gift. Stuffed or otherwise. Just be sure it’s the right size — nothing too small that can be, well, eaten easily. And that it doesn’t have anything on it that can come off and get swallowed.
We’re careful around Our house with these things. I chew them up, take out the stuffings and swallow the insides. That’s not pretty. She has to watch me and play with me whenever stuffed toys are around. To be sure I don’t swallow the guts. (Actually, this is a ploy on my part to MAKE Her play with me for longer periods of time. Pretty smart, eh?)
What You Learned Today:
- Stuffed toys are great dog gifts. One can never have too many stuffed toys. She begs to differ, which brings Us to the next point:
- Take away some toys and “retire” them for a while. Then, get one or two out and it’ll be like getting a new present!