Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Toy Review by Chase

Sometimes this blog, aptly named "Paws & Pours" focuses a bit too much on the human elements of wine and food. Accordingly, we asked our non-human contributor to step up to the plate with a posting of his own. Chase decided this would be a great opportunity to review a few of his favorite toys.

Yellow Cigar-like Tennis ball thing
Reminiscent of a tennis ball (hello cotton mouth), the aero-dog combines a few of my favorite elements: easy to chew, can be thrown across the room for me to chase (hey, that's my name), and it has the nice squeaker to annoy my parents. I give the aero-dog high ratings for fun and entertainment, but knock it down a few for not having a rope to swing it around with. Rating: 88 points.


Red ball
A new twist on an old classic, with not one but two new elements: a squeaker (if only they made those removable) and some nice grip elements to make it more difficult for other dogs (and dad) to steal it from me. i give the red ball low ratings for originality, but sometimes a classic is still a classic. And hey, i'm a red dog, so why wouldn't I like a red ball? Rating: 87 points.

Stay tuned until next time.
Posted by Picasa

2 comments:

  1. I agree with the red ball rating, a classic is always a classic. And the dog looks thrilled with his choice.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Dear fellow blogger,

    My name is Bryony and I am an artist, based in Manchster, England. I graduated from a BA in Fine Art almost a year ago now, and am currently making a go of things as a (part-time!) artist, having just rented a studio here in Manchester.

    My work is heavily influenced by man’s relationship with animals.
    Recently I have become fascinated by the number of blogs online dedicated to pet dogs.

    I have an idea in mind for a show, which would happen in early May this year, and I would like you to be a part of it!

    What I plan to do with this art work is to demonstrate the depth and rich complexity of our love of animals, man’s best friend in particular. The work would involve the use of a piece of text from your blog (with your permission, of course).
    I think this will be a lovely project – it will be fun, and will unite dog-lovers around the globe!

    If you would be willing to take part, or for more information, please contact me through my email bryonymoore@googlemail.com. Feel free to have a look at my previous art work on my blog.

    Thanks for taking the time to read this, it is much appreciated and I hope to hear from you soon.


    Best Wishes,

    Bryony

    ReplyDelete