Tuesday, 18 December 2018

A little quiz

Wonder if you can guess what this is beside the penny? Answers on a packet of puppy treats please, but no prize - although we have a sleigh full of them coming soon:
Answer will be here tomorrow. Woof from Dudley!






18 comments:

Carol L said...

It's a puppy tooth! LOL

Bunny said...

It's a tooth. It reminds me of when I was little our puppy was chewing playfully on my arm and his little baby tooth came out kinda stuck to my arm. It didn't hurt but it made me start crying because I thought I had done something to the poor little fella. Oh the things we think when we're little. [Bunny]`

Christine Alexander said...

awe his poor little tooth, I remember those popping out :)

KathyA. said...

Oh... his bite will be less painful when these sharp little slivers are all out. Until then, don't be surprised to find them in unusual places.

ike said...

Aawww - it's sooooo teeny !! I only ever found 1 of my dog's puppy teeth.... I wonder where the rest of them went ??? LoL

scrAPpamondo said...

Oh, it's surely a Dudley's teeth!! :D What the fairy has given to him? :D

scrAPpamondo said...

Tooth, not teeth... My bad grammar... :( LOL :D

Janis said...

The tooth I recognize. But the penny????? Now that's fascinating! :)
<3 J

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Di said...

Hi Janis
That's a UK penny, reverse side. Our Queen's head is on one side and the side you can see has a portcullis on. A portcullis is a gate which was raised and lowered using chains at either side at Castle entrances in years gone by. This design apparently changed on the coin about 10 years ago to something more modern.

Hugs

Di x

Sandra H said...

Morning Di, well let me see! could it be one of Dudley’s teeth ...lol it’s so tiny how many left? xx

Sarn said...

Blimey, the doggy tooth fairy is a bit tight isn't she??? LOL! 1p per tooth, that's outrageous!

I fully expect Dudley to sink his gums into the tooth fairy if she doesn't up her rates next time!

Love from Auntie Sarn xxx

Brenda said...

A puppy baby tooth of course! lol

Em Louise Fairley said...

So dang tiny! xoxo

Lynne said...

Aw doggy tooth fairy will be visiting tonight x

Jackie Trinder said...

Hi Di I think this is a puppy tooth. It is so small and cute. Take care. Hugs Jackie

Lynne said...

Aah, that's so cute! x

Jane said...

Ha ha, that's a puppy tooth, we used to keep our dog Heidi's baby teeth in a pot!! xx

Kathleen said...

Well that has coined a new phrase, in for a penny, in for a doggies milk tooth.

Kath x