Dog's Name: Morgan Dog's Breed: Labmutt Collar Size: ~16 inches (generally "medium") Favourite Treat: He's a labmutt. If it's edible, it's win. Favourite Toy: Stuffies with squeakies are always a hit, but with one exception (below) he's big on toys in general. Treats they cannot have: I avoid treats made in China and rawhide chews. That's about it. Toys they won't use: Complex puzzle toys (ie: anything with sliders, caps, or doors to manipulate) Anything else!: While I'm not outright discouraging collars, I do own a small collar business so he's well equipped in that department. Although he's not fond of complex puzzle toys, he does enjoy simpler things like roll-around treat dispensers and egg babies. Finally, one of the things I've been looking at recently is reflective and/or lighted gear for night-time walks, since Morgan is basically invisible in the dark. Clothing Size Back length: ~25" from base-of-neck to base-of-tail leg length: ~23" tall at the shoulder chest size: ~26" around neck size: ~16" Your favourite colour(s): I always hate this question, because I just like COLOR! If forced to make choice, I'd probably say green... but I seriously just like bright colors. lol Foodstuff you do not like (for humans!): Not picky, and no allergies, either. The only thing I can think off the top of my head that I'm not fond off are crunchy pretzel snacks. ========================== *Secret Santa-ing for the other pets is COMPLETELY optional!!!* That said, I know many people like to know the whole animal household, so here ya go. Cats: Whitacre & Ticheli (males) Favourite Treat: Salmon jerky/dehydrated dog treats Favourite Toy: Small stuffies (small enough to carry), "flirt pole" style chase toys. Also, Ticheli's brains will fall out (with joy) if he sees anything with feathers. It's an unhealthy addiction. LOL Treats/toys they cannot have: NO CATNIP, PLEASE!!! (Info on this below.) Anything else!: We have sugar gliders and catnip is toxic to them. A lot of cat toys are treated with catnip, even if the label doesn't mention it. For this reason, we generally stick to small dog toys, ferret toys, homemade toys, or creatively repurposed household items for the cats. Other Pets: As mentioned above, we also have a colony of four sugar gliders, plus I am a cornsnake hobbyist with twelve snakes. I'm fairly particular about what sorts of things they can/can't have, so I'm not asking they be shopped for, but, again, I know some people like to know the full zoo rundown.