I was adopted as a Boxer mix! My DNA test said that was a lie! I’m really American Staffordshire Terrier, American Bulldog, and Siberian Husky! My birthdate* is January 3, 2016.
Just one look at my scared face on the animal shelter’s page, and my humans were on their way to meet me! I was adopted in January 2017. I don’t know why I needed a new home, but I know I am loved.
I like to test “tough” toys and prove labels wrong, and remove ALL stuffing from plush toys!
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Reva is my name, and eviscerating stuffies is my game! Mom used to bring me old plush toys from resale shops because I’d tear them apart so fast! But then she found this goDog Flatz Squirrel with Chew Guard technology, whatever that is, and I get to play with it every day instead of just once! (This squirrel is currently unavailable, but here’s the goDog Flatz chipmunk!)
It squeaks! It floats! The Chuckit! Ultra Squeaker is the best ball toy for dogs I’ve tested. We learned at the dog beach that tennis balls sink really fast once punctured. Now mom takes 2-3 of these to the dog park. They are very popular with my friends!
Absolute favorite toy ever! This is the toy I grab out of my toy box when mom says, “Go get your toy!” I get a new Kong Tug Toy every year because I play so hard!
I got this nylon bone for aggressive chewers on my first Christmas in my forever home in 2017, and it’s still a favorite! Indestructible is usually heard as a challenge, but I just can’t break it!
Toys that aren’t instant favorites are cleaned and shared with friends or pups at the dog park! Mom already gave away almost all the toys in the first photo! New toys are my favorite thing and I can’t wait to see what’s under the tree this year—if that darn kitten leaves the tree alone!
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