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Dog yard....sigh

Posted by nancyjane_gardener USDA 8ish No CA (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 25, 14 at 21:16

Well, after taking an early retirement, I thought WooHoo, I can finally work on the weedy, unlandscaped yard!
NOT! My daughter rescued a (very sweet and lovable) LabX!
Dig dig dig, chew chew chew!
Looks like another couple of years of "planning" the front yard!LOL Oh well, I'll keep working on the vege and back yard! Nancy

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RE: Dog yard....sigh

Hang in there, Nancy-I'm sure that puppy will bring you as much (if not more) joy than the yard, says the housemate of 2 black labx rescues, they're 3 now, the yard has not quite recovered, but we're getting there.

RE: Dog yard....sigh

LOL thanks thistle!

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  • Posted by t-bird Chicago 5/6 (My Page) on
    Thu, Jun 12, 14 at 16:16

sounds like an adorable problem.


RE: Dog yard....sigh

He's sweet, but is a digger and a chewer! Chewed and dug and got out to visit the neighbor's dog! NT

RE: Dog yard....sigh

I went out to get a new lock for the gate he figured out how to open. when I got back he was home, but had eaten most of the front gate! LOL Old wood, but......
I'm constantly posting on facebook "Finnigan....again!" I think I should make him his own facebook page!
He hasn't consumed anything really important.....yet!
Thinking of getting a trainer! (On my daughter's bill!) for that and walking w/o pulling! I have 2 impinged shoulders!
He's a pretty good guy otherwise! LOL Nancy

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