I gots my own closet. It looks like my playpen in Mommy’s office but it is upstairs and the door stays open just enough that the Molly can’t gets inside of it and eat my puppy food. I keep my closet kind of messy–I’m just a short little dog with no tail, so I can’t hang up my puppy blankies.
See all that stuff in there? I hides everything from the Molly in my closet. I take my favorite toys and boney chewy treats in there. Here I am enjoying my boney chewy treat where the Molly can’t take it away from me. My next floppy toy identification project is in there too.
Some of the toys and boneys in there belong to the Molly. Don’t tell her about them!
Mommy was too busy last night to help me write a blog post with new pictures, but tomorrow I will tell you all about my latest water torture.
Also, tomorrow I goes to the place where they stick things in me. Mommy says I am going to get neutered. I still don’t know what that means, but I don’t really like that place much. Although they do sometimes give me boney chewy treats there. Here is an old picture about that:
Hi! I’m Molly! My little brother Ty let me make a post today. OK, so he kind of had to because I sat on him until he let me do it.
I get the food out by turning the bottle upside down. The food falls out and I eat it!
Interactive toys makes your doggie think, and working our brains wears us out faster than anything else. So they are good for us and good for you!
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When the Molly and I stayed at Donna’s house, I lost some of my baby teeths. Donna saved them for me. Here they are:
When I got home, I put them under my crate blankies and the Tooths Fairy came! I gots a new chewy treat ball for my teeth.
This ball has places to put little rawhides on the edges for chewing.
I think it was a very good trade!