Corgis not only collect stuffed animals, they also kill and disembowel them. Corgi owners must either replace them frequently or re-stuff and stitch. Corgis enjoy the ritual of a stuffed animal surgery.
Oh yes, I perform surgery on them all. Gwen's goal is to de squeak them(which gets confiscated and thrown away.). then destuff them. Even if they're flat she'll still kill them. It's just something to deal with. I sew them up a couple times. I've taken the remaining stuffing out and let her have at the carcass as it were . When they get tossed they really have been thru everything.
Ryno will play tug of war with Wrigley. She however is the household defender against all things stuffed, squeaky, plush or singing. Her first "kill" was a dancing monkey which played Pitbull's song "I know you want me". She did want him. She got him and killed him. Now if you just say the word "monkey" she goes nuts.
The Horror Drawer now has well over a dozen Zaney heads in it. I wish I'd kept the stuffing -- I'd be able to insulate the attic.
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The only dog I ever had that didn't murder toys was a rottie/shep mix. Bless his heart, he loved squeaky toys and he would just lay there and squeak it and squeak it and squeak it. He must have hidden his squeaky hot dog under the couch shortly before he crossed the bridge. Within 2 days of getting our first corgi, Arnie found it and had the squeaker out within mintues.
Dodger is exactly like this. This month alone he has destroyed about four to five stuffed animals.