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06-02-2014 12:10 PM
SARpup Oh it was sooooooo funny! He went over to his big Costco bed and started "digging" and then put the bone there and started "burying" it with his nose! There was obviously no dirt but the motions were the same! I couldn't figure out what he was doing at first!
06-01-2014 05:15 PM
Tratkins You can get a lot done in 2 hours without a dog at your feet, right? Just watch for runny pops of he eats all of the marrow quickly. Our dog will also hide these bones so I kind of stalk him a bit if he gets up to move with it so I don't end up with rotty meat Ina corner somewhere! :-)
06-01-2014 05:11 PM
SARpup He went at this bone for almost 2 hours and then I fed him lunch and now he is sleeping! Tires them out all that chewing!
06-01-2014 04:59 PM
Tratkins awww! He looks very happy. We give it boy a marrow bone when we want to enjoy a movie at home! Yay Dagger!
06-01-2014 03:49 PM
SARpup
Dagger's first bone

Well you would think this guy dies and went to heaven! This is much better for him then trying to tear up his stuffed toys! We do have an issue that he gets a bit possessive and wants to grab it and run if I go to take it. He is getting better with some work. He will learn and he is practicing "platz" (down) when I give it back!






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