Friday, December 17, 2010

December 17, 2010


Why I Am Not Allowed
To Have No Bones
by Jack



I am not allowed to have no bones because they tend to break into pieces when I chew on them. And then the tall guy gets worried that I will swallow the pieces and have to go to the doctor and have to be de-boned!

30 comments:

  1. I so wonder what woo would do with one of these

    http://www.naturesfarmacy.com/store/details.php?prodId=319&category=16

    The one I have is HUGE -

    If woo were a Khanine Wrasssstler woo would SO be Bone Khrusher!

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra

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  2. The TG could use you to break out of jail. Very impressive bone destruction Jack.

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  3. Must say...you've got some powerful chompers on you there Jack...no wonder the TG doesn't want you to have bones. What a good TG he's being by keeping you from having to be de-boned! Hope you have a very Happy Howlidays!
    Treats to ya,
    Bronson and Pepper

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  4. Deboned? Whooa. Don't like the sound of that. Maybe you'll get more pie instead?

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  5. Oh my gosh JAck
    YOu have some strong toofers there!! Too bad for the guy that gets into a fight with you!!

    wags
    JAzzi

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  6. Tall Guy and I have a lot in common! I would never let my Harry have a bone either - for that exact same reason! How ever did dogs survive throughout the eons without us??? :)
    Ann
    PS Thanks for entering my GIVEAWAY!

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  7. Geez Louise Jack...you certainly did a number on that bone; ahh, it was fun while it lasted, right?

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  8. Don't worry (be happy)...we ain't allowed to has them eithers!

    Our idiot neighbor thinks it is stupid not to give dogs bones!?!?! Says peoples has been givin' dogs bones fur thousands of years and NOW they come out withs da dangers of bones...can I come lives in your 'hood?

    Puddles

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  9. OMC,
    Jack now I see why TG finds it difficult to find chew toys that are indestructible....you have one set of fine, sturdy choppers!!!

    Mom has seen a few puppies being de-boned on Emergency Vet. We know for sure that is not something you want to go through.

    Hugs and Happy Weekend,
    Madi and Mom

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  10. you forgot to add: "The End" to your school report!

    btw: i'm with Kyra... have TG get some knuckled bones. they're good for the teeth and when its ground down small (it'll be hours before that happens) he should take the small part away and have him give you a small bite-sized treat for it!

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  11. De-boned....!!
    Haaaaaaaa.....!!!!!!
    De-boned....you are soooooo funny!

    Max & Mia......Misskitty, too

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  12. Remind me to never play bitey face with you!
    Yikes!
    xoxo
    Sas

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  13. Careful with those bones Jack! And, your power jowels :)

    Hugs and snaggle-tooth kisses,
    Sierra Rose

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  14. Yikes! None of those here.. Mom Freaks out!

    Licks from Olive

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  15. Wow Jack, I gets raw bones all da time but I never has done that to dems.

    Woofs and Licks,
    Maggie Mae

    PeeS Ditto to what Sassy says ;)

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  16. We are on the same 'No Bones' plan! Poor Stanzie had to be de-boned once :(

    Wyatt's Mom

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  17. Woah! What strong teeth and jaws you have. I wonder if it's more fragile cause it was cooked. Raw knuckle bones (you can get at a butcher for CHEAP) dont seem to break apart like that... well at least not for Darwin. But maybe she's not as strong as you!

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  18. Jack, you must be one POWER chewer. We don't gets bones either. We don't want to see that you had to be de-boned. Doesn't sound good at all.
    wags
    Ernie,Sasha,Chica

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  19. We have those same bones as Khyra, but the Momster is pretty stingy about when we can have them. The TG is right this time, Jack.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

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  20. Wow! You can really do a job on those, my friend!

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  21. We's don't blame 'da tall guy at all!!
    bones are a skeery thingy~

    'dats why 'dey should just be used for halloween purposes only.

    Momma doesn't like to give us bones either.
    Only few and far between and she watches us's like hawk.
    Grammy.. (her momma) yells at hers and tells her Never give us's dem at alls!!

    I (da Josie) not heavy chewer.. either is TriXie.. butt Josie brother and sissy IzZY are..
    IzZY can tear into bone like no other..

    Mommy doesn't give us plastic toys either.. just stuffies..

    Hugs,
    'da Josie

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  22. Is you part bulldozer? Has you ever met your Dad? hehehe.
    ~lickies, Ludo

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  23. We asked this once; we ask again: that was not a COOKED bone, was it? A thick, raw knucklebone will not splinter. Even if you swallow some chunks, they'll pass on through. Dogs ate raw bones for eons, quite safely. It's the cooking that's dangerous. Mama doesn't allow any chicken bones, although lots of doggies on raw diets eat chicken necks without harm. Again, it's the cooking that makes them dangerous.

    Mama does not let us have raw hide bones. If a chunk of that is torn off, it can stick in the intestines and expand as it soaks up water. Then you have to be surgically de-rawhided of the sticky, gunky clog of rawhide.

    Well, that was a fun post.

    Jed & Abby

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  24. Tootie loves bones, too. There must be dog enticers in those things! But she loves pencils more. When she disappears under the ottoman (can you do that, Jack?) I know she has a pencil under there. You should see the sawdust and splinters under that ottoman!

    Liz

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  25. Our boys aren't allowed to have those either.

    Sam

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  26. oh my dogness! there is another good reason to be little! I can't even do that!

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  27. Same for Mooses! He did that once to the last smoked bone he ever got! Very scary! Glad your TG is watching out for you!

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