Monday, August 2, 2010

Toy Test

Do you have a picture of your dog playing with a new toy?  Please send a picture and a description of how it worked to lbrennec@gmail.com.  Thanks!


Thursday, June 10, 2010

Tug-A-Jug

This is Charlie's favorite toy.  We put some dog food and treats in there and he will play with it until he gets all the food out.  We like it because he can play on his own. After doing some research it is called Tug A Jug Dog toy.  We found it at Target.  He has had it for 2 months now and has not ruined it.  Reading some reviews of other dogs tell me that other did not have as much luck.

He can get the treats out in the small gap where the rope is.  Sometimes we take out the rope to make it a little easier on him.  I hope your dog likes the toy as much as Charlie does!  We thought $13 was expensive for a toy but now we think it was worth it.  

Duck Hunt Anyone??

We bought Charlie a new toy from Walmart.  It was a duck that sounded like a duck when you squeeze it.  I am using past tense because it only lasted 2 days.  We were actually impressed it lasted more than one.  Charlie finally got the squeaker out of it yesterday.  George then took the stuffing out of it so it can have a little longer life as a toy.  George commented "and suddenly I had the urge to play duck hunt..."  


Monday, May 17, 2010

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Bubble Buddy


Place of Purchase: Amazon
Reason for Purchase:Charlie liked playing with real bubbles but we were not sure if they were good for him.
Cost: About $4
Instant appeal to Charlie: He loves playing with bubbles and tries to pop all of them.



Rope Bone





Name of Toy:

Place of Purchase: Scotts Low Cost
Reason for Purchase: Cost
Cost: $1
Instant appeal to Charlie: He loved it. He was able to chew the rope at the end so we cut it.
Appeal to Charlie: He chews it by himself. He also wants us to throw it.
Thoughts: After we cut the ends off it was a great inexpensive toy.



One night later he is still playing with the toy on his own. It is still in one piece





Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Meet Charlie


Charlie is a 2 year old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. He lives in Lock Haven, PA. He has been given many dog toys but only few remain.