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I trimmed both pups nails. Guinness is always cooperative, and let me trim all of his, with treats given after each foot. McNibs has always been a challenge. I asked them to trim his nails when he was sedated for his happy tail bandaging. He's let me trim 2 nails once since then, and this time, he let me trim his two front feet. Not perfect, but progress, and frugal.
We ate green beans and applesauce I had canned. I used our garlic and thyme in the green bean dish. Still trying to eat from the freezer- cooked 2 bags of our okra, and made Fig Sherry bread from our figs. Made crescent rolls using ww flour I ground for part of the flour. I made tomato rice loaf with our tomatoes, garlic, breadcrumbs and celery.
Here's McNibs stopping by to say hello. The bone is made by West Paw Design, and is the longest lasting bone he's chewed on to date. This is their Hurley bone. I had bought him their Bumi Tug toy for Christmas, also for tough chewers, but it didn't last 48 hours. Their policy is to replace any toy one time, so I tried the Hurley at their suggestion. He's had this one for weeks. One end does have a little damage, but it's still intact, which is impressive. Most of the toys I've bought him, for "tough chewers", don't last a day. I would recommend these dog toys. They're BPA and phthalate-free too.