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    Default Re: Jolly Egg - The Best Pool Toy EVER?

    oh my that is awsome. hm i wonder if the bostons would play with one in their pool? of course miss thang dont do pools

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rural mystic View Post
    I need to get one of these. Our dog trainer, the K9 Professor, was at our home Wednesday to watch our two dogs interact when we arrived home from work. Which is typically a high stress time if there is going to be a dust up between them. While outside Ace began to dig a hole in the area that once had ornamentals that I removed when I brought him home. I asked her how to get him to stop the digging. And she said you shouldn't correct him for something that natural he is probably trying to cool off so she suggested we get a small wading pool on the patio not far from where he is digging and redirect him to it.

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    Soooo adorable! Busy little Bea! We put Frank's Kong Wobble in the pool and he bats that around.
    Oooo! That's a great idea!!! We have one of those too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cowsmom View Post
    oh my that is awsome. hm i wonder if the bostons would play with one in their pool? of course miss thang dont do pools
    Of course Miss Sarah wouldn't bother with a pool! hee hee

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucy-licious View Post
    awwww...how sweet is that. Lucy likes to have the Jolly Egg and other floaty balls in her pool too. Billy likes them in theer but wont go in for them..he just puts his paw on them and chases around the edge of the pool trying to get them out
    It really is great exercise for warm weather. Bea's not what you would call a "vigorous walker" like Bo. After a day playing in the pool, she sleeps like a ROCK for a couple of days even!

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    LOVE IT... Have to say, there seems to be some frustration in not being able to pick the egg up once it fell out of the pool.

    Banks had a Jolly Egg. ... for about 10 mins one day



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    Default Re: Jolly Egg - The Best Pool Toy EVER?

    So cute. We can't keep a pool around long enough for Ruthie to enjoy a toy. She destroys them in about 10 mins.

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    Thanks for the dosing on the salmon oil!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BullyMama View Post
    LOVE IT... Have to say, there seems to be some frustration in not being able to pick the egg up once it fell out of the pool.

    Banks had a Jolly Egg. ... for about 10 mins one day





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    Holy. Crap. Batman.

    Banks really has alligator jaws, doesn't she? I wanna know how she got her mouth around that thing! Bea can't and therein lies the thrill of it all -- trying and trying and trying. So what doesn't she ruin? What do you give her? Elk femurs or what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vicaroo1000 View Post
    Holy. Crap. Batman.

    Banks really has alligator jaws, doesn't she? I wanna know how she got her mouth around that thing! Bea can't and therein lies the thrill of it all -- trying and trying and trying. So what doesn't she ruin? What do you give her? Elk femurs or what?
    She is brutal.... she mostly gets bones, antlers, and rubber toys that can be chewed without he breaking pieces off. shopping for toys for her is a chore. Any type of stuffy lasts less than two minutes, if it is a squeaky, she is relentless until she stops the squeaky from working. Then she will drop the toy ... kind of like, 'my work here is done'
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BullyMama View Post
    if it is a squeaky, she is relentless until she stops the squeaky from working. Then she will drop the toy ... kind of like, 'my work here is done'
    lmaoooooooooooooooooooooo!

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