Monday, March 23, 2015

Nt'l Puppy Day - Dolls and Pets - My Dog Bosley

My five year old Maltese, Bosley LOVES dolls! He always wants to accompany photo shoots, stays close during doll crafts and inspects doll house renovation progress. He never chews on their clothing, shoes, accessories, food, or the dolls. In fact he tries to lounge with them whenever possible. Here is a post dedicated to Bosley hanging out with my dolls.










 Poor Addy!


He likes doll beds.







He's a good boy.
Do your pets need supervision around your doll collection?

20 comments:

  1. Oh sweet Bosley loves the dolls. It's like he protects them.

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  2. Your dog is adorable. He definitely likes your dolls.

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  3. Bosley is so adorable!

    - Ellie

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  4. We have three cats at home and two of them need to be watched when I'm playing with my dolls, one because he's blind and could trip over them, and another that will chew them up if he wants. The other likes to sit on doll beds too.
    Norah~cat lady's daughter~

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  5. My dog doesn't bother most of the doll stuff, except for the pets--she loves stuffed animals and more than once I've caught her trying to steal one of them. I just make sure now I keep them on the second floor of the dollhouse where she can't get them.

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  6. My dog Bosley is the cutest Lil thing ever. He is so sweet. When I look at these pics Rhonda took, I tear up because he is such a sweet boy. I think how blessed I am to have him in my life. He gets away with ALL OF IT TOO! AND YES, we spoil him rotten, but he's still a sweet cutie boy. Honestly, my life, the quality of, and me as a person, am a better person today, because of this sweet Lil boy! (Thank you Jesus!!)
    Erik

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  7. My dog takes no interest in anything I own, all she wants is to be petted. That coconut on facebook though, he has a hard life. Some toddler apparently spilled nail polish on coconut...

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  8. The only room with a baby gate is my doll room. My six month old greyhound (who turns 10 in June) chewed off a mini Kit's foot...she's never gone after any more but just in case. In her defense, she was teething and also ate the coat tree bench lid which I was much more upset about at the time.

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  9. I think Bosley wants to protect your dolls! He's at least a very good helper! Oliver, our Boston terrier, mostly wants to chew on the plushies. He leaves the dolls alone-- although their belongings are a whole different story!

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  10. Awwww... Sooo cute! I wonder why Bosley loves dolls so much! :)

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  11. He's adorable and I'm glad he doesn't chew on your dolls!!!!

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  12. I have this extra bunk bed for my dolls. Sometimes my cat likes to jump into the top bunk! Kind of like Bosley does on your doll's beds!

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  13. OMG! So cute! I need to make sure a put socks on all of my dolls' hands because my kitten once chewed off my Kirsten's thumb! :(
    @Doll Daydreams My cat likes to sleep in my dolls' beds too!

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  14. Our dog looks quite a lot like Bosley.
    Bosley is really cute and I think he just wants to be near you.
    Our dog is not interested in anything dollrelated at all. He just ignores it all. As long as he gets regular belly rubs (and food and treats and walks) he's a happy dog.
    Linda

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  15. These photos are too cute for words! Bosley is adorable and definitely wants to share the spotlight as well as act as bodyguard for the dolls. :)

    There are times when our kitties get in trouble around my dolls. I have to watch the order in which I set them on the piano bench because somebody likes to play with Kaya's braids. Our first house bunny nibbled the sole of our favorite black boots. Thankfully no real damage was done and they still work wonderfully for balance.

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  16. I don't have pets, but I have seen a friend's Elizabeth doll who had a mangled hand due to a teething pup...actually, it wasn't Elizabeth's arm to start with, but they had done a limb swap because Elizabeth had lazy eye and frizzled hair already and is (still) awaiting a trip to the AG Hospital.
    My dolls are currently housed in an attic loft reachable only by a ladder. I rigged up an unused laundry basket to pull things up and down. We are planning to move and I hope to make a setup similar to yours, but as we may get a dog at the new house (our current home is not dog safe) I plan to invest in a baby fence. I don't want to take any chances.
    Rosie

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    1. Update: I now have a dog named Lori (like the mini OG line), but as she is a rescue dog and did not come house trained, she is not allowed upstairs yet. I keep my dolls in my room on a customized shelf turned dollhouse, but I'm not too worried that Lori will chew them. She has crooked teeth and does not even enjoy chewing on treats, let alone my stuff.
      Rosie

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