If the package said triple seamed and made from extinct weatherproof sloths who died from sleep and old age, never from a cut, tear or stab wound, then it took ten seconds longer for her to rip through it.
At the last puppy meeting we were told to look for Nylabones, but I was thinking about the greenies and easy chews that she had easily demolished. No, no, they said. There are others. Much harder. Tougher bones.
These bones are not at MY Petsmart. So I went to another. There they were. Big fat bones. HARD, INDESTRUCTIBLE BONES. Hmm, yeah. I had been told that before.
We would see.
This video was taken in the library. We learned to never let her chew this bone in the library because
1. It makes a hell of a racket when she flings it around and it hits the metal shelves!
2. She cries or growls when it doesn't fall apart like she wants it to
3. The hopping, dancing and butt jumping is extremely destracting to the children and to me and really funny and we don't do our work and end up taking video and laughing at her, which is bad, very bad.
It should be quiet in the library. Bad HRH. Bad Librarian. 8-)