He now has:
- 2x rainbow rubber band balls with bells inside (which is actually a cat toy!)
- small chew bone (that easily gets lost under the couch)
- tennis balls tethered by a rope that is shaped like a bone
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I am a little amazed that he seems to play with all of his toys equally and doesn’t seem overly possessive of them. He inherited a few toys from another dog and he has even taken a liking to them, along with a few doggy blankets and a pet bed. I did wash the blankets and bed before giving them to Harley the Pomeranian. We didn’t know if he would use something that belonged to another dog. But I guess the smell had washed away enough so that he felt at home.
I wish I could spend endless hours watching him play, he is just so entertaining and innocent. I’m really looking forward to teaching him some tricks & being able to take him for walks. I’ve started trying to teach him to stay. I think he is catching on and we are both having a great time learning how to get along. We have to wait until he has had his last vaccination which will be in a few weeks before we take him for walks and to interact with other dogs. One of the main reasons I wanted a dog was having the excuse that they needed to go for a walk which would get me out of the house and moving. I’m sure we could all do with a little more exercise. Although since he is quite small he probably doesn’t need too much exercise. I’m not sure how much bigger he is going to get either!