Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Some pup(s) keep pulling out the grass and eating the roots and dirt!

The gardening fork is supposed to deter them.
And some pups had better STOP!

30 comments:

  1. Sounds very tasty to me!
    (Oh, and I hopes this involves using the sitting from floor as a table?)
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  2. Mabel likes to eat the grass too - drives mom nuts
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

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  3. It just isn't right how some other pup is setting yous up to look bad!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  4. That looks like a fork a giant might use. Maybe the giant thought your lawn was a salad.

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  5. Some pups at our house keep digging sun puddle holes just big enough for a Scottie to curl up and deep enough to rest their chinny chin chins on the grass like a pillow. It would be ok except the dirt is black and sandy and the Scottie's are blonde. They also like to roll over and wriggle the dirt down deep in their furs. Some doggies are learning to love garden hose showers too!
    The back yard is starting to look pock marked. She has been positioning flower pots in the holes. Some doggies laff and dig somewhere else. She will run out of flower pots soon.
    Bonnie n Kenzie

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  6. OMD WE love to dig up grass and eat the Roots and the Dirt... Is there some PEEP RULE about this that we don't know about??? There are Vitamins and Minerals and FIBER in that stuffs... RIGHT??????

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  7. D igging's
    U ltimate
    I ntimidater.

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  8. Ha - we have some bare spots like that too - and MOm laid a piece of fence down on it flat, and in another area she put all the little fences zig zaggy through the dirt - something about keeping US out of the mud until the fall when new grass might have a chance to survive.

    Woos - Ciara and Lightning

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  9. You know Easy Rider in France is digging a tunnel to come see you guys, right?

    -Otto

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  10. I cannot imagine what pups would do that!

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  11. Uh Oh, are you sure it isn't a ghost??


    Loveys Sasha

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  12. hmmmmm, I thinks it was a kitteh!!! Yuppers! One of those kittehs from across the street!! Tryin' to set you up to take the fall...this means war!!!! If you needs back up just lets me know...
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  13. Crikey ...... SHE'S going to need a lot more forks, aye??

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  14. Holly cat poop Dui I think SHE means business......watch your backside.

    Aroo to you,
    Sully

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  15. Is that your new name Dui? ... We're not pointing paws...we're just asking.
    Wally & Sammy

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  16. That fork looks like a serious threat! Grass is so yummy!

    Love ya lots♥
    Mitch and Molly

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  17. Weasley has been eating dirt too not sure why
    Retro rover

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  18. OMDs if you 3 work together you can use that fork to your advantage to get more grass and dirt. Oooops did I say that out loud?
    Hugs madi your bfff

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  19. Now, Floyd and I solved this problem.

    Eat all the grass and then there is nothing left to worry about.... BOL.

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  20. It's the tree rats woman. Tell her
    Lily & Edward

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  21. Gussie and Maggie dug a really big hole right by the fence of our Alcatraz, we don't know if they were trying to escape or heard a mole way down in the dirt, either way dad has to fix it today...mom was not happy.
    stella rose

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  22. Hmmm, wonder which pups that was?
    Dip and Elliot x

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  23. Some folks just don't appreciate canine gardening skills.

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  24. We understand the pups

    LOL Laika & Vaks

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  25. Those 'some pups' are so much worse behaved than Belly, Roxy and Dui. Who are always paragons of virtue, of course.

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  26. Good luck with that...IT"S MOVEABLE!......you need six of them stuck in the ground and tha handles tied together.......or Mom found a one foot high picket fench with spike that stick down six inches...she uses that stuff in lots of places....it worked to stop us!

    The Mad Scots

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  27. Rut row!!! someones gonna be in big trouble!!

    Wags
    Oreo

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  28. Maybe its an Australian thing? The Australian Cattle Dogs here love dirt too! As a human, I really don't get it...

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