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Aaaah, that time of year again...
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BOSS    Posted 10-22-2004 at 19:32:14       [Reply]  [No Email]
I let the dogs outside and they both race as fast as they can to the deer poop and gobble it all up like they haven't eaten in days. :(


I can't wait for the snow.


KellyGa    Posted 10-24-2004 at 13:09:53       [Reply]  [No Email]
LMAO!!!!!!!! Oh, I forgot about that. You had mentioned they do that. You poor soul. Don't they come back and puke it up on the rug? Your poor soul.


Rowdy Yates    Posted 10-22-2004 at 21:33:52       [Reply]  [No Email]
I have that same thing. No problems with chicken, quail, or rabbit droppings at my place. The problem is the dog droppings. What I need is a animal that eats dog droppings........then we'd have er made! For the most part, I've got my dogs trained to go in the woods instaed of the yard (I'd tan their hides and rub their nose in it)!!, but every once in a while I'll find a "landmine" in the yard!


ron,ar    Posted 10-23-2004 at 09:12:03       [Reply]  [No Email]
LMAO, you find that animal that eats dog poop you'd be rich. That is the biggest downside to owning dogs.


toolman    Posted 10-22-2004 at 19:37:33       [Reply]  [No Email]
they eat the snow too? what kind of dogs is that, i could make a million clearin snow.


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