Then things went wild. I was in such a hurry to capture the antics, I forgot to turn the phone to landscape. My Bad!
Buffy was trying to kill the squeak! I knew there was a squeak in the body, but Buffy found a second one in the head.
Before my visitors left for home, I was picking up the pieces:
The poor toy needs some gentle care at Grannymar’s Hospital.
Should I remove the squeaks?
That will be sacrilege!
Ramana, Buffy would remember. She played with it all the time she was here, I’ll repair the toy and maybe she will get another visit out of it. She is a tough little terrier and likes to kill the squeaks!
I got the sense that he didn’t care to share with you!
Nancy, this time I knew it was a lost cause. Buffy was trying to get at the squeaks and kill them. Most of the time she will give me a toy to play tug of war with. For the size of her, she is strong, but actually very gentle with me.
Lovely little dog. She is obviously very taken with you.
Rustylily, Buffy really minds me and protects me from tigers like Richard Parker!
I love the interactions you have with Granddog. I miss mine who was such a pal to Ansa. I hope Daughter gets another.
Kill the Squeak is the best game ever 🙂 She’s such a wee darling.
Buffy loves ‘Kill the Squeak’! Mind you she entertains herself with a plaited rope toy until it is a wad of threads and still brings it to play tug of war!
Beannachtai na feile Padraig leat a WWW!
So sweet. My dog used to always eat the squeaker, I finally gave up and bought only those without!
When Buffy removes the squeaker, we take it away. and leave her the toy. Then the toy becomes a tug of war game. She is actually very inventive and play by herself for hours quite happily.
Around here, the first thing to go is the squeaker.
These two squeakers have longer than some in the past.