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She's hungry and stuffing is on the menu for lunch!

Discussion in 'Toys' started by Smudge, Oct 5, 2010.

  1. Smudge

    Smudge Forums Sage

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    I must have missed something. Who is Tucker? :confused2:
     
  2. KarenCurtis

    KarenCurtis Premium Member

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    I cannot give Sandstorm any soft toys safely. I buy Nylabone toys- they have bone shaped and other shapes and are for big chewers. These last a long time. I bet they have a website also.
    Karen
     
  3. RonandJan

    RonandJan Forums Enthusiast

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    Tucker is our eldest daughter's Larry's dog.

    Let me explain.

    Eldest daughter is Amber who has a "Larry"

    We are NOT allowed to call him

    A) her boyfriend (Oh mother how high school~ish)

    B) her sweetheart (Daddy, please, how 1950~ish)

    C) her partner (Good grief you two, he is just Larry!)

    So, now there is the story on the Larry and he has a dog named Tucker, who real name is Last Chance. Larry went to the kill shelter one day 6 years ago, and said, "which is the youngest dog that is due to be put down today." The guy pointed at Tucker and they have become the best of friends. Tucker is a hound, chow, lab mix and is just the sweetest guy...... as is the "Larry."
     
  4. Smudge

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    At first I thought that Tucker was Linda's sheltie. :lol:
     
  5. k9kreationz

    k9kreationz Forums Celebrity

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    I love tuffie toys, koji likes to chew/pick/gnaw on the toys. So typically anything on the edges, ears, toes, etc. goes first. I like that dragon. I may look into getting him one. See how that holds up. The only toys that have survived somewhat...are my tuffies.
     

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