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Remember Qannik’s focus practice on his “zen” stick a few weeks ago?
Apparently, the behavior is contagious. Don’t believe us? Check this out.
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LOL….funny how some can figure it out and some can’t. 🙂
Cheoah, you give true meaning to “being one with the stick!”
Hey there Qannik!
I do that too….sticky chewies! My favourite!
TOBY IN SOUTH AFRICA
Poor Thunder, he can’t get his paws together to hold a stick – tough going with a bone too, but he manages somehow.
Rusty, maybe you could come over with Qannik and give him some lessons:)
Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara
I love to chew up sticks too, but usually IN the house.
Choose to chew.
Remy and Flash
Baily can spend hours tearing a stick to shreds
jack a-roo & miss moo
That looks like really hard work! Did you take a break after all that concentrating?
I think they are willing the sticks to become bully sticks! “C’mon, little stick, you are now MEAT!”
Mmm. Sticks. I love sticks. I love to peel the bark off of them. Do you guys do that too?
That looks very familiar!!!!
One of my dogs, years ago, had a stick that she was so focused on that she’d leave it outside the house, never forget where she left it, and then go directly to find it when we went outside again. True devotion! I still have the stick because it’s such a fun memory of her… Yes, I’m sentimental.
Cheoah, I think I know exactly when your Zen moment was! That stick looks like it must have been tasty. Don’t get any splinters in your tongue!
I’ve been known to enjoy some tasty twiggy treats too!
Nom nom nom!!