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Can you say spoiled?!

So...Santa must have thought our boys were really good this year because they made out pretty well ! How did everyone else's furballs make out?
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wow!!! they cashed in from santa, must have been really good this year!

Chloe got some treats and toys from myself, friends and family
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Ticket got a 5pack toy assortment of squeaky toys (Thanks to her FairyDogMother), a bully stick, a Chuck-it boomerang, a blue squeaky bone, a new collar and a furry flat fox toy. Her agility practice tunnel is coming. Talk about spoiled..

Your dogs look like they had a great holiday, too.
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I'm happy to hear everyone's pups had a great Christmas! I had no idea so many members of my extended family would be buying our pups presents, otherwise I would've let Santa know they didn't need that many presents
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That's great though, because you can trickle them out a couple at a time as treats throughout the year

Our pup received a few plushies, some antlers and treats. She also got quite a few lap cuddles Christmas Eve/day - she was sooooo spoiled with attention from everyone that it wasn't even funny lol.
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She also got quite a few lap cuddles Christmas Eve/day - she was sooooo spoiled with attention from everyone that it wasn't even funny lol.
That's the best kind of present right there . My pups also had a pretty nice Christmas dinner.. they may have had some pork roast added to their usual dinner - they were pretty happy about that
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In Lola Land it is Christmas everyday...... she is the number one child and gets all the toys 365 days a year.
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i love that picture. what kind of beds are those? Were trying to figure out what beds to purchase for chester
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i love that picture. what kind of beds are those? Were trying to figure out what beds to purchase for chester
One of them is a Top Paw orthopedic bed from Petsmart and the other I bought on dog.com: Quiet Time Double Thick Ortho Dog Bed - Dog.com

I like both of them a lot, the memory foam inside is really good quality. I've actually put them together and slept on them before and it was pretty comfortable haha. Our pups aren't big chewers so I'm not sure how durable they would be if you had a heavy chewer, but they seem pretty sturdy. I like how the covering comes completely off so it can easily be washed (which came in handy during potty training!) Also the cover is thick enough that most accidents don't leak through to the foam. Hope this helps
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i love that picture. what kind of beds are those? Were trying to figure out what beds to purchase for chester
One of them is a Top Paw orthopedic bed from Petsmart and the other I bought on dog.com: Quiet Time Double Thick Ortho Dog Bed - Dog.com

I like both of them a lot, the memory foam inside is really good quality. I've actually put them together and slept on them before and it was pretty comfortable haha. Our pups aren't big chewers so I'm not sure how durable they would be if you had a heavy chewer, but they seem pretty sturdy. I like how the covering comes completely off so it can easily be washed (which came in handy during potty training!) Also the cover is thick enough that most accidents don't leak through to the foam. Hope this helps
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