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        11-04-2012, 01:32 AM
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    Green Broke
    Retiring the favorite toy

    My little maltese is in love with her teddy bear. She has had the same bear for almost a year now and it is starting to show its wear and tear and the stuffing is coming out. However every time I take it away she cries and cries and cries. For days at a time. I tried replacing it with a new one and she refuses to accept it.

    Now when I say she loves her bear. I mean it goes everywhere with it. She brings it to bed, takes it to her kennel. She is like a kid with a blanket.

    Do I just let her keep sulking? It wouldn't be so bad but she will climb onto my chest, she will stand on me and stare me down. Which is why I haven't thrown it in the garbage yet. I don't know what it is with this dang bear!

    There has to be some way to make this easier!
         
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