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Spinoff: sock it to me, doggie!

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  • ninja dogninja dog Posts: 23,780Registered Users
    Rocky! Rocky in action!

    More Rocky, please!
  • SystemSystem Posts: 39,059 Administrator
    Rocky is snoring right now in his kennel.
  • alisons79alisons79 Posts: 680Registered Users
    Speckla wrote: »
    Rocky is snoring right now in his kennel.

    I call Gracie's kennel her "house"....sounds less like a cage and more like her safe place... :)

    Gracie liked to play with old socks too when she was teething. I still let her "help" me by carrying them from the bedroom to the living room some mornings.
    3A/3B
    I love Jessicurl HCC, Jessicurl Too Shea, KCKT, KCCC, CK and HESMU...but it took a LOT of trial error to get to these products that consistently work for ME.
  • SystemSystem Posts: 39,059 Administrator
    alisons79 wrote: »
    Speckla wrote: »
    Rocky is snoring right now in his kennel.

    I call Gracie's kennel her "house"....sounds less like a cage and more like her safe place... :)

    Gracie liked to play with old socks too when she was teething. I still let her "help" me by carrying them from the bedroom to the living room some mornings.

    The kennel is a lifesaver. He gets cranky if he doesn't get a full nap and he can't sleep in the livingroom because the cats wake him up too often. They just want his bed. :lol:

    He loves that sock. He leaves our shoes and socks alone as long as that one is in sight.
  • alisons79alisons79 Posts: 680Registered Users
    Now I wish she liked her bed!! It's more of a decoration or extra padding on my floor! She sleeps in my bed with me and when we're awake, she's usually on the couch.

    It's a good thing she's an indoor dog or my house would stink from her laying all over it! :)
    3A/3B
    I love Jessicurl HCC, Jessicurl Too Shea, KCKT, KCCC, CK and HESMU...but it took a LOT of trial error to get to these products that consistently work for ME.
  • ninja dogninja dog Posts: 23,780Registered Users
    I'm pretty sure my house stinks from my dogs sleeping everywhere, but I'm so used to it I can't smell it anymore.
  • Rebecca deWinterRebecca deWinter Posts: 2,254Registered Users
    rocky is too cute!
    ninja dog wrote: »
    I'm pretty sure my house stinks from my dogs sleeping everywhere, but I'm so used to it I can't smell it anymore.

    my car definitely smells like dog. i think i've gotten used to it, but my bf gets into my car and gags. oops!
    *~*displaced yooper*~*
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  • SnarlsSnarls Posts: 2,537Registered Users
    Finally a use for old, tired socks :)

    I can't really endorse this, you can potentially teach bad habits and whatnot, but the BEST socks are the ones that get pulled right off your feet! Yum!

    We've got it down so that the boy might give a sock a tentative tug if he wants to play, then we replace the good sock with a dog-ready sock. He can pull it off the foot without biting our toes. For extra fun and merriment and flummoxing, you can put the sock on HIS foot.

    You can also put a tennis ball in the foot of the sock!

    Or you can put your hand and arm in the sock and have the sock put up a fight (but with a young puppy, again, that's asking to be bitten and it does send mixed messages so proceed at your own risk)
    formerly Castella
    (my dogs aren't snarly, my hair is)
  • ninja dogninja dog Posts: 23,780Registered Users
    Snarls wrote: »
    Finally a use for old, tired socks :)

    I can't really endorse this, you can potentially teach bad habits and whatnot, but the BEST socks are the ones that get pulled right off your feet! Yum!

    We've got it down so that the boy might give a sock a tentative tug if he wants to play, then we replace the good sock with a dog-ready sock. He can pull it off the foot without biting our toes. For extra fun and merriment and flummoxing, you can put the sock on HIS foot.

    You can also put a tennis ball in the foot of the sock!

    Or you can put your hand and arm in the sock and have the sock put up a fight (but with a young puppy, again, that's asking to be bitten and it does send mixed messages so proceed at your own risk)

    See, now, that's hours of fun right there!