It’s okay to let the wild beast in you out sometimes, as long as you’re just playing.

It’s okay to let the wild beast in you out sometimes, as long as you’re just playing.

It’s okay to let the wild beast in you out sometimes, as long as you’re just playing.

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  1. Heh…reading this as my two dogs wrestle like crazy beasts next to my desk.

  2. We’re gonna remember this the next time we’re tearing around the house. πŸ™‚

  3. Tell that to the cats at 3 a.m.! I need to read them the riot act.

  4. LOL tell that to Layla when she decides to bark and chase the bulldog in the park who does not even look at her

  5. My three resident cats and foster cat would do well to adhere to this advice. I’m ready for them to reach the play stage. πŸ™‚

  6. Karma-Kat practices this every single day. He plays…and plays….and plays some more. MOL!

  7. Do NOT give that advice to my nutso ball focused pittie or I will NEVER get any work done! Thanks Mishu!

  8. We definitely agree. Sometimes Mom Paula gets concerned that we are getting a little rough, but we are just playing! Especially when the nip comes out.

  9. I agree, as long as it doesn’t scare anyone. If they can’t tell you are playing, they might overreact. And you know what they say, “It is all fun and games until someone ends up in a cone.”

  10. With my dog, letting the wild beast out occasionally simply means taking a longer walk or scarfing up that extra treat. At 19 years old, I don’t think Soldier has too much of a wild beast left!

  11. Yes, occasionally we all have to let off a little steam!

  12. This is so true!in our house the dogs need wild beast zoo or time about once a day. They romp and play and get it all out, and after about 20 minutes are sweet little angels. I akin it to exercise benefits for humans!

  13. I can agree with that Mishu! Let that wild beast out in play and as long as no one gets hurt in the process. πŸ™‚ Be free!

  14. Buffy doesn’t have a wild beast now that she no longer has her sidekick, Chipper, to pick on. Maybe we will get a second dog in the near future and then we can see if her wild beast side returns.

  15. That’s what I tell my hubby as he watches Gusto use me as though I were a litter mate. He doesn’t have a buddy to play with and sometimes I just have to fill in and let Gusto’s wild side show…lol

  16. Paroma Chakravarty - December 21, 2017 reply

    Love this comment, yes sometimes we want to play with our inner wild beast unleashed, as long as no one is hurt!

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