There are tons of dummies around the world. Most are in Washington DC
A cold nose feels good on a hot day.....
Thanks for your input...order placed.
Did a mix of jumbo Luckydogs and reg Avery Hexabumpers.
Labrador Retriever, a 20g & grouse...is there a better combination?
Gotta go with lucky dog,only thing is I start with 40 and by end of summer am down to 12.Usually show back up following year...Haaa. Jim
Might I suggest a way to mark "Your" bumpers for future collection?
After having dozens dissapear over the years and no way to identify Mine I have started to die the ends with Dip N Dye.
It can be found in any fishing supply store and comes in many colors, mainly flourescent glow. A cu-tip applicator will be your best bet for application and re-application will be necessary occasionally but You will know which bumpers are yours.
Wear rubber gloves since most of the dyes are Garlic scented but the odor will go away in a week or two.
I fix dog's people problems!
WHile on the subject of bumpers, I really wish that they would all do away with valves. IMO it's a worthless PIA feature
I currently use all of the bumpers you are asking about with the exception of the hexa-bumpers as they crack and break in the cold (this includes the new supposed softer ones) I have 3.5 dozen 3" sportdog bumpers for doing yard work. Many folks like to use the 2" those would save you a little bit over the 3". Sportdog bumpers are my go to bumper, you can get them in six packs from some retailers and save money. The dokkens are more money but I like the releasim of them I usually keep a dozen of them on hand. I tend to use them more in the cold and snow. While the dokkens do get to smelling if they get wet it doesnt bother me, and the dogs dont seem to mind either
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