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Pinky and the Brain vs KONG Rambler

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After my not-so-happening review of the KONG Zinger Dog Toy, it is time for a happier review. As mentioned in my previous post, I do not like giving bad reviews but I also need to be honest to all my doggie friends who might be interested in the toys Frodo and I are playing.

We strive on giving authentic reviews and not just give reviews for the sake of it. And for me, it is not just about dissecting a product/toy to write a review but to relate our tales tails while testing it.

With that said, it is time to for my next toy review! Please forgive me that is going to be one long post. You see, mummy insists that I need to tell the tails of Frodo's rambling ways versus my rocket scientist ways.

Aka 'Pinky and the Brains'.

TRUE STORY.
No fibbing.
No exaggeration.
We have videos for evidence too.

Enjoy our rambling tales tails.


It's About Workin' Those Brains

The KONG Rambler was my second third toy selection. The second was the KONG Wubba which I sneakily added into t…

Pet Beds Are Made For Emo-Blackmail

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Ladies and Gentlemen, Woofs and Purrs, please do not mock me as I confess to you that I, Flapper Choo, have never owned my very own pet bed till now.  I had a hand-me-down bed from my spoilt curly-earred brother which I used to seek comfort by curling myself up in and then along came my brother, Frodo Choo....

Some of you may already know, I received my 'MiniPet' Dog Bed as my 10th birthday present from Silversky Pets, who is more familiarly known as our (Frodo and I) food sponsor - our beloved Wellness Pet Food.

Mummy was contemplating for some time about getting me my own bed as she wanted to kick me out of bed. I'm kidding. The main reason being that her bed is very high and with my wise age and less-than-perfect hips, she thought it'd be a good idea for me to have my own bed to sleep on.

She asked me if I would like my own bed. I did not answer. I did not want her to know that I would continue to sneak up onto the bed in the middle of the night.

Mummy had been eye…

This ZING could not KONG-quer

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It is time for yet another toy review.

No 'Woohoo!".
Just 'Boohoo!".

Not because I do not like doing product reviews but I am weeping because this toy turned out to be a disappointment. I was in a dilemma whether or not to review on this toy and HOW to present it to give it some credit.

As a product/toy reviewer, I strive in giving honest reviews and avoid giving fake raving reviews just because...

Anywoof, here's my tale tail of....

The ZING That Could Not KONG-quer.

Let me begin by saying, the KONG Zinger toy was the first toy I chose and was really excited about. I am a big fan of KONG Company toys. KONG toys have been around for a long time and has a wide variety of toys - most recognisably, their wide range of interactive toys which are commonly used in reward-based training.

Through the years, I have owned quite a few of the KONG 'Air Dog' series of toys which are fundamentally a whole range of tennis-ball material toys in different designs... that …

That Iffy Ear and His Healing Touch

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As some of you might know already, I have been Mr Elastoplast-Ear for more than a month. And I have been self-debating for a long time WHEN I should write about it or should I even write about it.

After much thoughts and deliberations, I finally decided to write about it just because the road to recovery has been one arduous (and may I add painful) journey and no short of an amazing healing, thanks to Him.

And here's my story of THAT Iffy Aural Haematoma and His Healing Touch.

WARNING:
DO NOT TRY ANY OF THE PROCEDURES AT HOME. Always seek professional advise and help from your Veterinarian should your dog develop aural haematoma.

Aural haematomas usually occur as a result of local irritation to some part of the ear. When something irritates the ear canal, a dog is likely to respond by scratching or shaking the head. Excessive shaking causes blood vessels to break, resulting in bleeding. An understanding of the ear's anatomy makes the sequence of events more logical. (extracted f…