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post #61 of 92 (permalink) Old 12-09-2012, 07:50 PM
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I will be but I don't know what it will be yet. Last year I gave her a raw bone and she loved that.

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post #62 of 92 (permalink) Old 12-09-2012, 07:53 PM
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Bandit's stocking matches ours,but it's a paw and it's **** cute.
We all get him gifts - new toys, bones, treats, etc.
Yep, my mom thinks I'm nuts too
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Without a doubt!! My parrots usually get a Christmas toy, too. This year, though, we're really on the poor wagon, so only the dogs will get a small gift this year.
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I just ordered a new elk antler for Joey. Getting it from Amazon (Chasing our Tails Extra Large).

My husband expressed concerns about the healthfulness of these antlers. I saw that they have no hormones, antibiotics, etc. He then said, whatever they eat in the wild, does that show up in the antlers?

Don't know the answer to that one. I see that people on the form buy these, so I would presume they're healthy.

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Every year, we buy our dogs those Christmas stockings from Walmart with all the toys in them. The dogs get really excited. Of course, they aren't good quality toys and some of them are devoured in the first few minutes, but they are cheap and the dogs enjoy them.
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Yes, I usually do. Sometimes a group toy (something they have to share) or something to chew on for each.

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post #67 of 92 (permalink) Old 12-20-2012, 10:44 AM
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Just got the elk antler from Chasing our Tails. It's a Naturally Shed USA Elk Antler.

On the package it says, "produced in a facility that processes peanuts and wheat".

Should I be concerned?

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post #68 of 92 (permalink) Old 12-21-2012, 04:34 AM
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Loved reading this thread and sadly i read every post!

Dreys first Christmas with us so he is getting spoilt. We are going down to my mums who has the rather over sized Lab so we have got them both some treats, a huge bone for Drey and heaps of balls and squeekers.
He also has a new bed. it looks comfier than mine

Looking forward to wrapping the bone and a couple toys.
We were going to take him a big massive walk in the woods - pack a bag with some water and bowl and treats and give him a couple big days out but due to his leg still being not right i will have to settle for trying to break up him playing with the lab all day :0 will be fun though!
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Their stockings are hung with the family's along the fireplace!!!!!
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post #70 of 92 (permalink) Old 12-21-2012, 07:25 AM
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Absolutely! I even got my brothers, mothers, and good friends dogs something.

Giving your dog toys for Christmas also keeps them from eating our new Christmas presents. They have there's and we have ours.
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