OK how many toys does your Lab have?, and I'm asking per lab because I know some of you have more then One.
Buddy usually destroys his toys after a month or so, at the moment his got about 10 floating around the backyard, some in good shape, most are demolished.
LOL According to my husband, way too many. This is a picture of only the inside toys that Caleb inherited from Mick. Then there's what has been bought just for the little Stink Pot, plus outside toys. Yeah, I'd say he has a few. Last time I counted them (2-3 years ago), there was over 100.
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I wouldn't even begin to be able to count! They are strewn all over the house, cars and some have even made their way outdoors! ;D
What is it about Labs (and kids!) that makes them want to systematically pull every toy out of the toy box, drop it on the floor (unplayed with, of course) and then make the amazing discovery that the empty paper towel roll is what they really wanted all along?
Murphy, Riley, and Piper
Summer has a few favorite but mostly it is things that she can retrieve. She loves her tennis balls and her frisbee and she has one big ball with ropes that she likes to play with in the house. The soft toys don't last long anymore so we stopped buying them.
I have lost the count. Since Emma NEVER destroys her toys and never have, she have her puppy toys still + toys she got every year until these days.
~Veronica and Nikki~
Sweet Emma, 16th of February 1996~26th of November 2010
Always in my heart and soul. Together forever, my love....
Nikki 6 months
I've lost count. She is so so spoiled. ;D I have a bin upstairs full of toys and one in the living room which is overflowing. I also keep chuck-its and all size balls in the back of my car.
Quite a few, but I don't go crazy on buying toys. They have a couple of Jolly Balls, tug toys, Kong's and plenty of rubber and soft tennis balls.
I do go crazy buying toys. They have a huge basket at my condo and one at my parents' house. Each basket probably has forty toys or so.
Brigetta has a ton of toys. I like to buy a lot of interactive toys and things I know she won't destroy. She'll ignore some for a couple of weeks, then suddenly start playing with them like they're new toys.
Teresa, mom to Brigetta and Prudence