cnguyen209 wrote:Also, Your boy Duggie is so cute and I just love his name! It reminds me of Doug from the movie UP. I bet he is just as adorable and smart as Doug as well. Although, I do envy the fact that you have Bunny they are so fluffy!
kian wrote:I'll give you another suggestion if you don't mind, after you plug up the small hole with peanut butter, fill the second layer with chicken broth and if there is room crunch a small treat in there or a baby carrot, top it off with a Ice cube with some PB on it and set it up in the freezer. It won't take long to freeze and accomplishes two things, the rubber is the chewing and the frozen food soothes during teething. I always have 2 with my puppies, one for night and one for the day.
Oliver & Henry's Mum wrote:Congratulations on being our Puppy of the Day!!!!
I recognized "Duglet" immediately, and he's a huge hit!
All puppies bite a bit, especially while they're teething. Henry was real "nipper" when he first came home, but after a couple of weeks, he learned to stop biting our faces. To this day, he still gives us "face nudges" as an expression of affection.
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