Everyday Adventures in Havachon Heaven

The Good, Crazy, & Adorable Life of One Havachon Puppy

Swiss Cheese Puppy Blanket

on February 3, 2011

Daisy’s first puppy blanket has held up better than any “tough” toys we’ve given her, but now – 8 months later – it’s finally succumbed to the effects of her toothy brutality. It now looks like a piece of pink Swiss cheese…

Holy blanket, Batman!! (Sorry about that, it just had to be said...)

This silly pup not only enjoys racing around with her blanket and playing tug-o-war with it, she also likes to chew her bone through the blanket! I’ve never seen a dog do that before – it’s like she’s trying to have a cushioned gnaw!

I’m afraid this blanket has almost reached its last day. I hate giving it up, though, for sentimental reasons – it was the first thing she became attached to as a new little puppy. They gave it to us when we brought her home because she loved it so much.

She now also has a fleece blanket she likes too, but the pink one just means so much. ::sigh::

But I LOVE my little pink puppy blanket!!

Oh, the heartbreaks of pet ownership! 😉

3 responses to “Swiss Cheese Puppy Blanket

  1. Judy says:

    Why don’t you cut a piece off to save? Perhaps you can make something cute out of any salvageable material.

  2. I second Judy’s idea! We have tons of bandanas that Gus accumulated over the years and SOME day, I’m going to make them into a quilt, too!

    It’s so hard to let go of their favorite things though!

    P.S. I still can’t believe Daisy can destroy stuff as well as she obviously does!

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