Friday, December 8, 2017

My Name is Abby Lab - and I'm Addicted to Kongs

 There's got to be a little dab of peanut butter left in here.
 Right there at the end.
If I just stretch out my tongue a LITTLE bit further.
What do you mean I've had too much already?
I can stop any time.

11 comments:

  1. We love a tasty kong too. Timber hasn't had one yet - we are going to have to get Mom to let us all have a pb filled kong too.

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

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  2. We completely understand....a bit of PB left? Of course you can't leave it.

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  3. Oh Abby darlin' I truly understand...of course you could quit if you wanted to, I believe you, but why should you!?
    My name is Madi and I'm addicted to my Nip Nanner and I could easily toss it if I wanted to but I D O NOT WANT TOO!
    Hugs madi your bfff

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  4. Can you believe we have never had a kong
    hugs
    Hazel & Mabel

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  5. I'm with you Abby!!! KONGS are the BEST! Barks and licks and love, Dakota
    DakotasDen

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  6. Now that's a good idea we never thought
    about putting peanut-butter inside.
    Astro won't even try to get the snacks inside.
    We'll have to try PB.
    Happy Holidays Astro and Linda

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  7. You must ask yourself: Is it the Kong or the peanut butter? Does mommy freeze it? That makes it harder to get to it.

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  8. Dere are no such thing as too much.

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  9. Awwwww - she's going to need two Kongs.

    Monty, Harlow, and Ramble

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  10. I have one of those somewhere. Maybe it's time to find it again.

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  11. Sure you COULD stop any time, but why WOULD you?

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