Rover wants sensory feedback for a job well done. A non-squeaky ball is like gnawing a hugh wad of gum.
Now, don’t you squeak, Red!
But, a ball must squeak!!
That’s beside the point, Red.
Rover has its standards!
“That dog doesn’t hunt.”
Red has a point here.
I’m just not feeling it today Red!
the dog had standards? who knew !
You threw it, you go get it!
Rover must have woke up on wrong side of the doggie bed?
Rover is being rather fussy today. Sam likes to chase no squeak yellow tennis balls all day.
My golden didn’t need a squeak, but she did enjoy a tennis ball so old that it had become slightly squishy.
Rover must have been talking with a cat.
So has Rover.
So, humans say: “That dog don’t hunt” and dogs say: “That ball don’t squeak!”
Is Rover in a grumpy mood today?
Our dog April, has standards regarding her food. Some days she likes one flavor and the next she turns her nose up to it. That is one of many reasons why we affectionately call her “The Princess.”
Perhaps Rover is simply being selective today – love and hugs, dear boys
It’s called doggy preference. Ours had a box full of toys, each had their own and mind you Alex, Lab would chew them down to make them floppy and swing them to and fro in his mouth and then drop it at my feet to toss and for him to do it again.
Red has “needs”
November 20, 2013