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Love the pic of her patiently waiting in front of the dryer. So glad that dryer was kind to her fav toy. Bet you were a bit worried as to whether it would be okay.

BTW, she is so beautiful and always impeccably groomed.


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So glad wash day turned out well for Whimsy's toy. Wow, that squeaker told on you huh.
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So glad wash day turned out well for Whimsy's toy. Wow, that squeaker told on you huh.
Yep..these dogs can hear a squeaker a mile away!

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Very cute! Still trying to get my little guy to like toys, never plays with them for long.
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Love it! She's hilarious.

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A tip for washing and drying plush toys: place them in a zippered pillow protector or use safety pins on the end of a pillowcase. They'll get clean but not exposed to as much twisting, especially on the spin cycles.
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A tip for washing and drying plush toys: place them in a zippered pillow protector or use safety pins on the end of a pillowcase. They'll get clean but not exposed to as much twisting, especially on the spin cycles.
Good idea!!.. I recall doing that with my daughters blankie when she was little. With whimsy's toy I did it by hand because it was small enough to just do up in the sink. What we don't do for these babies of ours right!! LOL

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Bad Mom! Your lucky Whimsy keeps her toy intact mine like to find that squeaker. Then the toy is dead.

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Lucky loves and disembowels his cloth toys, gets all the stuffing out, chews the edges, and then bestows all his love on the ragged remains. It's kind of disgusting. But there's one, a singing birthday cake that he leaves whole. Can't figure why….but there must be some survival of the fittest even among dog toys.

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Lucky loves and disembowels his cloth toys, gets all the stuffing out, chews the edges, and then bestows all his love on the ragged remains. It's kind of disgusting. But there's one, a singing birthday cake that he leaves whole. Can't figure why….but there must be some survival of the fittest even among dog toys.
Kodi is like that too. Some of his favorites are just "skins" at this point… The one that grosses the kids out most is the "Santa Skin" But he doesn't seem to care… he still loves them!


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