30th July 2011, 03:52 PM
Ha, we HAD 4 wiffle balls (assorted sizes). I liked them because they didn't "squeak" but the dogs still found them amusing. Now we have none. The smallest was chewed & smashed. The other 3 were broken in 1/2 during his "destructive" phase. I need to try the water bottle toys. I'm sure he would go nuts over that.
Originally Posted by Furrfoot
As far as laser pointers go... we have one... but I have to be careful with it. None of the Cavaliers are interested in it. My cats LOVE it. It's about the only thing my older cats show any interest in... BUT.. my German Shepard has an OCD over it. When she was a pup my room mates played with her all the time with one. I worked a lot and I didn't realize just how nuts they made her. I took the lazor pointers away after she started jumping at every light reflection she saw. Now if she catches site of it she will get a little "jumpy" but I don't let her play with it anymore. Once she sees me with it I have to put it away. Imagion a 70lb German Shepard trying to climb your walls to get at a little reflection. Thankfully most off her "jumpiness" went away but she still remembers what the laser is and it must bring back memories. I have never seen my cats affected in a "bad way" by it. My two older boys don't really play anymore so occasionally pull it out just so I can watch them play like little kittens for a minute or two. When the lights gone they go back to there sleeping spot like it never happened.
I would say be very CAREFUL with dogs... its not a fun when they get obsessed with it. It can go from cute to annoying really quick. I never realized how many tiny reflections there were around the house until my Shepard got obsessed.
31st July 2011, 10:45 PM
Very interesting about the laser pointer, thanks for letting us know! That is why we have this bored When I was a kid, I used to use it to play with my cat, and just had no idea (though, I looking back, I don't think it affected her at all). No laser pointer's for Brooky, thanks for clearing that up.
31st July 2011, 11:05 PM
Funny comic this thread reminded me of
1st August 2011, 04:45 PM
Hi i find its becos of lack of excercise,we walk all the dogs in the kennels,2 to 4 times a day,after their walks they all settle,for at least 2hrs.Archie can be bold,he eats the ears of her sylvanian family rabbits,or the leg of her farm animals,mmmmmmm.
1st August 2011, 06:53 PM
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