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Erik Ks farmer

01-21-2013 15:35:12

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Wife has dachsund, last summer the little mutt was worrying the well cover. My wife lifts it up, screams and runs to the guessed it, a skunk got in there.

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Larry NEIL

01-21-2013 20:23:41

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 Re: Baby sitting daughters dog in reply to Erik Ks farmer, 01-21-2013 15:35:12  
I still got my Daughters dogs of 'em is a rotwieler 3 yrs old and just wants to play, Other is like an overgrown boarder collie and is old, 14 and acts a lot like me!
Don't mind them when it's frozen like now, but when it thawed a week ago the feet had to get washed every dern time they went out.

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01-22-2013 06:24:11

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 Re: Baby sitting daughters dog in reply to Larry NEIL, 01-21-2013 20:23:41  
I wonder if they have a clue as to what a PIA we endure watching these critters. I know my daughter thinks I just turn this one loose and let it in. She does not take into account the mud prints on the back door that has to be cleaned and as you say its paws and watching so the thing does not fall through the pond ice and drown. I am afraid this is the last straw.

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