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Date:10/23/2014 11:49:12 AM
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Hi, Mackenzie,
Wow, Roxy's chomped on quite a few things. The family tells furball that she has acceptable doggie toys to chew, but of course ends up with shoes and other things. Fortunately she hasn't rivaled Roxy's total and hopefully she never will. When did Roxy grow out of it? Many have assured us that furball will stop after a time.

Furball is not left inside the house if no one is home but us birds. There's been a few garage things left out she destroyed. Not sure exactly what, but a paint roller for sure oh and handles of brooms or rakes that sorta thing had been chewed on.

Do the furball's there like those Kong toys? That's been indestructible so far and furball loves it filled with peanut butter. Skinsis thinks it silly to buy the kind at the petstore and simply gets an unsalted/unsugared type from Trader Joe's.

Have a great day, wing hugs and a vote, Pearl and Silver.
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