Last night I came home with two large rawhides for the girls. Two. So they would both have one. They both went off merrily with their bones and started chewing. A few hours later, they are down to one. There is no way, one of them has made it through a bone yet. Lacey has gone and "buried" it somewhere for safe keeping. Sigh.
Lacey's version of burying something is to place it on a flat surface and to use her nose to push stuff on top of it. So for example, she'll lay it in the middle of the livingroom floor (laminate floor I should add) and push dust bunnies, real and imagined, over the bone to hide it.
The sad thing is, I can't find the buried bone! And neither can Coulee.
I just caught her trying to bury the remaining bone in the couch cushions but she abandoned that attempt once she saw that I had noticed. I just went upstairs and looked, and she's hidden it somewhere else so that she can go outside and not worry about it being stolen. Hopefully she remembers where they are.