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Daisy Performs Microsurgery

on February 19, 2015

When Daisy was a puppy, she thought it was her official duty to unstuff stuffed plush toys. It took her all of 10-20 minutes on even the supposedly toughest of the lot. And there were a LOT.

Now that she’s four years old, she’s got a little more respect for soft toys and they can last for months. However, Daisy has developed a new skill – she’s become a microsurgeon.

Now this won't hurt a bit...

Now this won’t hurt a bit…

She received her honorary title because where she used to cause total destruction, she now has targeted destruction with extremely minimal stuffing removal. How she chooses her targets, we don’t know, but clearly certain toys – and only certain toys – require very precise surgical skills. It’s almost like she just wants to see what’s inside, then leaves it there.

SpiderMan clearly required some microsurgery to his arm

Evidently SpiderMan required some microsurgery to his arm

And Pinky obviously had an issue that Dr. Daisy the microsurgeon was able to correct.

And Pinky obviously had an issue that Dr. Daisy the microsurgeon was able to correct.

But once in a while, major surgery is required, and Dr. Daisy steps up to the plate.

Pinky's ears must have been problematic, because both needed removal by Dr. Daisy.

Pinky’s ears must have been problematic, because both needed removal by Dr. Daisy.

I’m happy to report that all surgically altered toys are still smiling and happy and seem to have suffered no ill side effects from Dr. Daisy’s medical talents. Whatever will she think of next??

We’re part of the Thursday Barks and Bytes blog hop!

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37 responses to “Daisy Performs Microsurgery

  1. KDKH says:

    My schnauzer mixes love plush toys. They carry them around chew a little, carry some more. After a few months, the toy is just a rag, but they still love carrying it around.

  2. oh that’s a new kind of body art… forget piercing, branding and tattooing…. here comes ripping :o)
    could be a new trend Daisy :o)

  3. Will and Eko says:

    She’s a true surgeon, her parents would be proud.

  4. Mary says:

    LOL, She went from a chomper to a nibbler. Roxy did that to her stuffed toys the other day. Shocked me, she never does that.

    • raisingdaisy says:

      They seem to go through stages or even little phases where they suddenly start a new behavior. It’s interesting and can be really funny…as long as they’re not nibbling on furniture! 😉

  5. Oh! I like your work, Daisy!

  6. wagsahoy says:

    Ear removal of the long squeaky pup… hmm, yes. I may need to take one from Dr. Daisy’s practice playbook and apply a similar surgery to mine. I haven’t named it, but per your convention would call it “Purply.” *wags* – Gilligan from WagsAhoy.com

  7. Her pawrents must be so proud of her plastic surgery skills!

  8. Jodi says:

    LOL OH destuffing is an art in my house, but it’s best done after I’ve just vacuumed. And I have no idea how they determine who’s next! They can have a toy for years and then one day, poof! Your number is up. 🙂

    Thank you for joining the blog hop.

  9. Hahaha I loved this post. I have to have microsurgery on my eye in a couple of weeks and I am a bit nervous about it. I will remember Dr. Daisy now when I get anxious. 🙂 Thanks for joining the hop!

  10. FleaByte says:

    Hilarious! That’s quite a talent! Will Dr. Daisy be available to stitch up a wound?

  11. Barb says:

    I think she has learned, as she has got older and wiser, that the stuffing doesn’t taste so good!

  12. Novroz says:

    I bet she is a great surgeon 😉

  13. Jan K says:

    That is too funny! I wish our dogs would be more precise in their destruction….they are still into the total destruction mode, even our 10 year old! I guess some dogs just aren’t meant for the detail work. 🙂

  14. amkuska says:

    How cute. She’s curious about her world and trying not to destroy it too much!

  15. Misaki says:

    Now that is an art!!

  16. My dogs love to disembowel their toys. They don’t have the surgical skill of Daisy.

    –Wags (and purrs) from Life with Dogs and Cats

  17. Mags says:

    Hugs and nose kisses

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