Display of dog toys in a shop taken using flash on Holga FN, Fuji Superia 400.
So glad I haven’t got a dog. Those garish toys would ruin my idea of interior design – and I do like vibrant colours. By way of useless info: According to some vet who writes in one of the broadsheets we are not supposed to throw any old wooden stick for a dog’s favourite game of “fetch”. Apparently it’s dangerous. To which I can only say – after exasperated scratching of my head and admiring your shot: He [the vet] is clearly on commission paid by manufacturers of plastic pet toys.
Strange that a dog playing with a stick is now thought to be less natural than playing with plastic.
I also heard that the good old tennis ball is not good for dog’s teeth. 🙂
I would love to say that my dog would be in heaven. But the reality is…, my dog is not so keen on commercial toys. So…, to be honest, it is me who is excited to look at those toys. :-p
A very clownish atmosphere. Looks dangerous!
Rambo has one love, and it is his rubber superball made by Kong. He doesn’t like the others as much.
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Rachel Groves, Artist
Lichfield, Staffordshire, UK