haha Coco did the same thing to all stuffed toys. I often put the stuffing right back in and sewed the hole. She got all excited to be able to kill it another time. lolSo cute!!! Toby is a toy destroyer too. His favorite thing to do is to chew off the noses of the animal and then pull the stuffing out through the hole in the the nose! Silly doggies!!
Aw, thanks It would be great if we could do that! Then we could all cuddle each other's gorgeous babies through the computer!So much fun watching them play together with their new stuffed toy! Such cutie pies!!! It's just a good thing I can't snatch them through this computer, Melissa. You would be missing two little babies. lol
Haha..I can just imagine it! Mylo will rip off whatever he can get off, only problem is that once he gets the stuffing out he tries to eat it!So cute!!! Toby is a toy destroyer too. His favorite thing to do is to chew off the noses of the animal and then pull the stuffing out through the hole in the the nose! Silly doggies!!
I had two but the grey one just got a hole in the head so I had to buy two more. Ikea are great because they're just as good as the animal stuffed toys and they're cheap and they have small ones! We got a monkey in a red jacket but unfortunately he only has arms from the elbow up!Aww so cute!! I used to buy stuffed toys from Ikea for Coco, I have that same rat that's on the side in the video.
Aw. Mylo has a duck he's had since I got him that isn't destroyed because it's one of thos stuffing free ones. I've kept hold of his first ever toy even though it is a little worse for wear! I'm glad Simba's teddy has lasted.Lovely to see them playing together,i have a teddy that was Simbas it's over 14 years old,still going strong with lily ,been sewn up so many times
Yep...she just never seemed to grow. Mylo grew so fast and she just didn't seem to change. The change has been so gradual I barely noticed! Does make it difficult though because she can fit through the side of the gate where the hinges attach to the wall! We put wood on the actual gate but we've had to stuff the gap with bricks! Mylo just chews them so they last a fair while at least and we play tug with them.Lovely video, I didn't realise Willow had stayed so small, she is tiny!
I am lucky that none of mine kill fluffy toys. They get a bit grubby from being dragged around the floor, but after a quick wash they are as good as new. Only problem is they seem to multiply, they have dozens now!
I have no idea what she weighs. I kept getting different readings when I tried to weigh her with me on my scales and subtract my weight. Sounds like you're doing great with her anyway. Mylo is hugely food motivated. That's exactly what I've been doing with him and he catches on fast but I haven't done it enough to be honest and it hasn't seemed to extend beyond the park situation yet. My friend brought her dog around and 8 hours later he still hasn't made friends with him. Probably would have been better on neutral territory but it wasn't an option at the time. Aw...poor girl. She must be really scared. At least Mylo isn't that bad. Food distracts him from anything! He goes nuts in the house if he even hears a dog bark!So weeny, how much does she weigh?
It is hard work training them, I'm sure Delilah would improve much quicker if i could take her out alone every day, but it just isn't possible.
Does Mylo like food? Delilah is very food motivated, so as soon as a dog is in sight I start feeding her treats. When the dog leaves, the treats stop. It should work better with Mylo as his fear aggression isn't as bad, Delilah is too wound up to take a treat if a dog is within 50 feet of her. (Which is an improvement, it used to be two whole fields away lol)