Friday, July 3, 2015

July 3, 2015

Don't forget about the Blogville Rodeo
coming up on July 9th!

Maybe there will be a prize for the fastest toy de-stuffer!

Or "The most happy smile after pulling out the fuzz from a brand new toy" trophy.

Or the "Most stuff left on the lawn for the tall guy to have to pick up before he can mow the grass" award.

Or a "Just bypass the store and give me a $10 bill to chew up instead" ribbon.


How about a "Let's find out what is REALLY inside a pink unicorn" medal?

Come on.  I gotta win something!


  1. You win the admiration of a cowgirl!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

  2. You win a prize just being yourself, Jack !

  3. or how about the greatest grin on any jack in the whole world!!!! XOXO♥

  4. Dear Jack,

    I hate to be a party-pooper, but please BE CAREFUL with the stuffing in the toys! My golden retriever swallowed a very small amount of that when she was about a year old, and she almost died. It irritated her esophagus and the rest of her digestive tract very badly, and she had to stay overnight at the emergency vet. They only let me take her home in the morning because I promised to get her into my own vet immediately. My vet said it was made out of a highly toxic material (plus it had a very rough texture) and could have been fatal if she hadn't gone in immediately for treatment. He sent a letter to the manufacturer and I contacted the store where it was purchased and asked them to pull it off the shelf. They refused to do that, but they did pay the vet bills for me. I was warned by the vet to never buy a toy that was not made in the USA, as this (at the time) was a very common problem. (This also includes rawhide chews, as other countries don't have the same standards as the USA). Anyway, you're probably beyond point where you ingest things like toy stuffing, but I just wanted to let you and your other blog mates know about the potential dangers of these things.

    You DO look like you're having a blast in the picture!! Hope you and the tall guy had a great 4th of July!

    Your friend,

  5. Ommmmm Jack you K9s are very very good at destuffing and it looks like a ton of fun too.
    Hugs madi your bfff