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When Jenny gets a chew, like a bully stick, she paces throughout the house with the thing hanging out of her mouth like a cigar. This can continue for several minutes and over the course of several days. She will ‘bury’ the chew behind the couch cushions and under her beds sometimes skinning her nose with the effort.  She will switch hiding places several times a day.  In our house, you must be very careful where you sit so as not to be impaled by a bully stick. 😱

Do your Greys hide their food or toys?

Irene ~ Owned and Operated by Jenny (Jenny Rocks ~ 11/24/17) ~ JRo, Jenny from the Track

Lola (AMF Won't Forget ~ 04/29/15 -07/22/19) - My girl. I'll always love you.

Wendy (Lost Footing ~ 12/11/05 - 08/18/17) ~ Forever in our hearts. "I am yours, you are mine".

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Sheba gets a dental chew every morning after her meal. Her usual behavior is to lick the good-tasting coating off it (saves chewing it for later) and then place the slobbery gooey chew on my leather guest chair and wipe her mouth on the chair arm. I wondered why this chair that hardly ever gets sat upon has such a dirty-looking arm and seat!

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They are just doing the best they can with the available materials.  :)  

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Ellen, Milo, and Jeter

remembering Eve, Baz, Scout, Romie, and Nutmeg

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3 hours ago, Hubcitypam said:

The topic thread sounds like a children's game. gone bad :)

 

Pam...😂

Irene ~ Owned and Operated by Jenny (Jenny Rocks ~ 11/24/17) ~ JRo, Jenny from the Track

Lola (AMF Won't Forget ~ 04/29/15 -07/22/19) - My girl. I'll always love you.

Wendy (Lost Footing ~ 12/11/05 - 08/18/17) ~ Forever in our hearts. "I am yours, you are mine".

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Pam--> :lol: 

I haven't had a Greyhound who wanted to bury treasures, but I have had several who would take a special treat away to eat.

Standard Poodle Daisy (12/13); Greys Hildy (Braska Hildy 7/10), Ivy (Jax Isis 10/07), Toodles (BL Toodles 7/09), Opal (Jax Opal 7/08)
Missing Cora (RL Nevada 5/99-10/09), Piper (Cee Bar Easy 2/99-1/10), Tally (Thunder La La 9/99-3/10), Edie (Daring Reva 9/99-10/12), Dixie (Kiowa Secret Sue 11/01-1/13), Jessie (P's Real Time 11/98-3/13), token boy Graham (Zydeco Dancer 9/00-5/13), Cal (Back Already 12/99-11/13), Betsy (Back Kick Beth 11/98-12/13), Standard Poodles Minnie (1/99-1/14) + Perry (9/98-2/14), Annie (Do Marcia 9/03-10/14), Pink (Miss Pinky Baker 1/02-6/15), Poppy (Cmon Err Not 8/05-1/16), Kat (Jax Candy 5/05-5/17)

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My whippet Chester would ‘bury’ his chew in the middle of the living room carpet then sit on the settee or a dog bed and watch to make sure nobody went near it. If one of the other whippets so much as moved (they all received one at the same time) then he would be up and grabbing it and take it off to bury somewhere else. It gave the family hours of harmless fun because you just had to say “I’m going to get....” and he was up like a shot and rescuing the chew just to go and hide it in full view again. He was one for hiding chews behind cushions too!

Miss "England" Carol with Chancey - (Goosetree Chance) and whippet lurcher Nutmeg

R.I.P. Bluegrass Banjoman. 25.1.2004 - 25.5.2015 and Ch. Sleepyhollow Aida. 30.9.2000 - 10.1.2014.

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