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03-02-2014 07:52 PM
llombardo
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Originally Posted by onyx'girl View Post
My dogs have never had a tennis ball and thankfully aren't obsessed with sticks. I had to pry a stick that was wedged in the back of my first GSD's mouth and from that point on, I tried to keep sticks low value.
I'm having a major problem with sticks. 4 out of 5 of them will grab them I'm going to try working with them individually this summer. I'm surrounded by trees and branches are always falling. I can spend two hrs a day easily picking them up. I even bought one of those grabber things so I can get it done faster. I don't give mine tennis balls either, we have tons of orbee balls everywhere.
03-02-2014 07:34 PM
onyx'girl
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A tennis ball and sticks....
My dogs have never had a tennis ball and thankfully aren't obsessed with sticks. I had to pry a stick that was wedged in the back of my first GSD's mouth and from that point on, I tried to keep sticks low value.
03-02-2014 07:27 PM
Sp00ks A tennis ball and sticks....
03-02-2014 06:14 PM
llombardo
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I am a clean freak, I think I'd prefer to leave the outside toys outside. DH suggested we leave them in a bin on the patio when not in use, which is what I will probably do. We have a spare rubbermaid bin we can leave out there!
That's what I do. They have toys inside and out that stay in respective areas. They all have learned to drop the toy at the door depending on which way they are going. Midnite still tries to sneak one here and there but he knows he's not suppose to.
03-02-2014 03:27 PM
onyx'girl I have the holee rollers, cuz, westpaws zogoflex
that the dogs have at their disposal(though now they are mostly all buried in 2-3' of snow)
THe toys I limit are the eggeball, bestball, teaserball, hyperflite jawz frisbees, jollyballs.
Karlo is crazy for those and they tear up his face/muzzle and teeth, so he gets them on a limited basis.
Pool is a given in the summer months too.
Toys from last winters collection:
03-02-2014 03:21 PM
Wild Wolf I am a clean freak, I think I'd prefer to leave the outside toys outside. DH suggested we leave them in a bin on the patio when not in use, which is what I will probably do. We have a spare rubbermaid bin we can leave out there!
03-02-2014 03:13 PM
stmcfred Lola likes to take some of her toys outside, but actually does a really good job bringing them back in when she's done. Sometimes I have to remind her to go get it though.

We do have a big red Jolly ball that stays outside and a purple jolly ball with a handle on it. When/IF it ever gets warm, I'll get her a kiddie pool as she LOVES water!
03-02-2014 03:06 PM
Blanketback I keep a big water bowl at my front door too. They might not have any morals but they sure ain't blind. LOL!
03-02-2014 03:03 PM
Wild Wolf
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It's always good to have sturdy toys lying around, to indicate a big beast lives there - you never know who's peeking while you're gone.
LOL! Well said. :P
03-02-2014 02:51 PM
Blanketback It's always good to have sturdy toys lying around, to indicate a big beast lives there - you never know who's peeking while you're gone.
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