Wednesday, December 19, 2012

How To

Hello Friends.

Below you will see a step by step photos of how to stretch your Sneaky Snake.

And we begin.  Get a good grip.

It's like a dance really.

Make sure you twist to the right.

Then to the left.

Then pull real hard to get out all the kinks.


And give your Sneaky Snake one final good shake.  And there you have it friends, "How to stretch a Sneaky Snake."  This technique also works with squirrels, chickens, dragons, cows or any stuffie that needs a good stretching.
Blessings,
Goose


46 comments:

  1. Nice job Goose, I especially like the last photo where you do the twist and turn.

    Bert

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  2. My! What strong teeths yous has!
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  3. Better than a chiropractor for Sneky Snake!

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  4. Be careful Goose. If someone is holding the other end and lets go when you are pulling that sneaky snake could attack you.

    Millie

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  5. Whoa, Goose...I have never seen this side of you before! That snake really brings out the wild Goose in you :D I am now pretty obsessed with getting one of these sneaky snakes of my own!

    PS: It was very sweet of you to bring Allred those welcome home gifts...I hope he was nice to you!

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  6. Poor Sneaky. He looks like he has had a few good stretchings! Happy Thursday, furriends! xoxo

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  7. Yeah BABY!!! We LOVE tutorials on how to play with toys!! Yeeow! How fun!! xoxo Chloe and LadyBug

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  8. Thanks for sharing such great techniques Goose. I'll be sure to pass them along to Freddie. I like that windmill affect you had going on with your ears in the first pic! :)

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  9. Awesome instructions. I just started visiting your blog and its lots of fun!

    urban hounds

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  10. Pawsome stretching Goose. I think I'll go and stretch Sid The Snake too. Have a terrific Thursday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  11. Impressive Goose! You've gave sneaky snake a really good workout. You are so flexible, how about a lesson on how to do the Hokey Pokey dance next time? I bet you're excellent at that!

    Hugs,
    Lily Belle & Muffin

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  12. Morning Handsome!!
    Well I'll be a monkey's aunt that will be a new dance sensation in no time. I love how your ears flop about...and you have some powerful jaws that snake is toast
    Hugs madi your BFFF

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  13. Pawsome tutorial Goose - your ears were literally flying with the effort!
    Wally & Sammy

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  14. You are indeed a zen master at sneaky snake stretching

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  15. Very useful technique ! Thank you for the tutorial, Goose !

    Kisses
    Iris

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  16. Im gonna find meself a squirrel BOL ..Great photo's as always Goose xx00xx

    Mollie and Alfie

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  17. Goose this is a WONDERFUL... HOW TO or DIY demo fur how to Stretch your Sneaky Snake and we especially like knowing that the technique will work with OTHER Stuffies. You are an excellent Teacher.
    So sorry to hear that ... ALLRED Mashed your head TWICE... when all you were doing was making a Wellness Check and delivering WELCOME HOME TREATS fur him. I guess this means that he did not learn anythingy from his ADVENTURE. We ARE glad that he is HOME now though. We were afraid he might be headed to OUR HILL. Just being HONEST.. after all Santa Paws IS watching what we SAY too.

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  18. And to think, Buddy was just saying that he thought his See Beautiful Skunk and Stinky Skunk needed a good stretching! Off to show him this great tutorial.

    Goose, you make us smile. ;)

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  19. Thanks Goose, I will have to try that! Mom said it kind of looked like the hokey pokey...whatever that is!

    ~Higgins

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  20. Thanks for the tips! Momma won't allow us to have any toys that look like the s-word because they freak her out, but I'm sure I'll be able to put your technique to good use elsewhere!

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  21. Great instructions. But first we need Santa to buy us one.
    Benny & Lily

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  22. Wow Goose you really now how to stretch that snake!!

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  23. Thanks Much Goose, will apply that to our new Christmas toys we are expecting, ahhhhhhh demanding! Heeheehee

    Your Pals
    Susie & Bites

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  24. Thanks Goose...we have a snake that needs stretching :)

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  25. Great tips Goose! Perhaps you should put this on a DVD and offer it to owners of new pups!

    Merry Christmas Pal!

    Murphy & Stanley

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  26. Oh, I just love this kind of "how to" tutorial! Thanks, Goose! I'll give it a try on Squee Key Moose. I think he might like it!
    Luv,
    Dave

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  27. may I help you? ...but be careful... at the end sneaky snake is an anaconda...yiiikes ;o)

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  28. Goose, you are an excellent dancer!!

    -Bart and Ruby

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  29. Wow, you should charge a fee for your Chiropractic skills!

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  30. Glad you got sneaky snake straightened out!! YOu take your job very seriously don't you?? :)

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  31. Dog alive, Goose! You taught that sneaky snake a thing or two! Good dog!

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  32. That is the most excellent instructional post I have ever seen. You are amazing! I am going to practice that technique and I will report back to you.

    Loveys Sasha

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  33. Pawsome step-by-step tutorial, Goose. Also, we would like to thank you for our Christmas card. We will be doing of official count soon.

    Freedom, Casper, Nikki & Twinkie

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  34. you are very much great at your teachings and it looks like tons of fun. we are going to practice right aways

    pibble sugars
    Brinks and Bella

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  35. Great lesson, Goose. Now if only we still had a snake or a stuffie to stretch - some pup destroyed all of ours:(

    Woos - Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  36. Goose, You are so beautiful! Looks like you know how to have fun too!

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  37. Oh my gosh this was so funny.

    The silvers and more

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  38. Goose-
    Thanks for the tips. They may come in handy with the garden snakes we have around here!

    Wyatt

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  39. Oh, those are good tips Goose! I REALLY like your stretching technique, gotta remember that one! It is really good to know that it works on squirrels!!

    Kisses,
    Ruby

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  40. Goose I just love coming by here! I am wondering if it might work on me-because although I used to be 5'3" I am now down to almost 5'2"-and I need to be stretched. I have always said that great things come in small packages but I would love to be a bit taller.
    You are one talented pup!
    Wags, Noreen & Hunter

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  41. Why thank you, Goose. Our two took notes, and they're ready to give it a try.

    Great, and very funny, photos!

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  42. Who needs a chiropractor when Goose is in the house? Great tutorial, Goose!

    Bunny

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  43. i followed your instructions and had very successful results. i don't have a sneaky snake but i do have a furry fox and you were right, your instructions work with all stuffies in need of a good stretch :)
    wags, bailey

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  44. That is an excellent lesson Goose!

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