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Zorro discovers spiky ball

Zorro wasn't sure about the bouncy ball with spikes. It was fun watching him figure it out. So cute.


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Zorro is a sweet little one. I love his woofs!
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That's adorable! Love the little fluffy butt!

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Zorro is adorable!

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Oh that is so cute!!! I definitely felt the puppy pang watching that!

My puppy was so scared of balls at the age! I have no idea why, he wasn’t ever hit by one or anything, and he was able to explore them. We even played a game where we hid treats in a muffin tin with balls over the cups, and he loved that. But anytime someone went to throw a ball, or even roll it, he would run away. Interestingly, small spiked dryer balls are what encouraged him to give balls another chance He still runs from tennis balls at the dog park, though.
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It is so cute when they hop like rabbits.
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Thanks for the video, Barbara! I'm exhausted and sleep deprived and really need to go to bed, but I watched the entire thing. No volume, as it would have riled Shama up, and it's time for her to go to bed too. I liked how Loki looked at you toward the end like, "Can you believe this weird kid?" And I liked the frog legs at the end. Zorro's play style reminded me of baby Shama, but she never did do the frog legs thing. Enjoy your little guy. You know how quickly he'll grow! (At some point, I'll go back and see if I missed more photos/videos/stories . . .)

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