Like all dogs, Ludo loves his toys. He has all sorts…tennis balls to chase, ropes to tug, sticks and old bones to chew and soft toys which he does all of the above with. Of course, after throwing, tugging and chewing, the soft toys start to show signs of wear and tear and need to be repaired.
The photo below is of the current stack that need mending. On my list of priorities they aren’t high (he has plenty of others), but for him… these are the toys he. wants. now.
The toys are sitting on my desk waiting for me to find a minute to repair them. I won’t do them in one go, but will do them in bits and pieces.
Ludo wants them done now. He’s not a big dog, but if he stands on his hind legs, with his front paws on my desk drawers, he can see the toys – but he’s not big enough to actually get them from my desk. Instead he paws at my arm, urging me to give him a toy. He wants those! toys. Not any of the others in his toy box.
His point of view is that mending should be my number one priority, or that I shouldn’t bother at all.
Have you had things that aren’t high on your priority list but others feel should be done right away?