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So glad my monster dog didn’t kill them!!

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by Capt. Roxy, Oct 15, 2020.

  1. Capt. Roxy

    Capt. Roxy Good Dog Premium Member

    B2E8614A-CBD0-4113-90C0-A3286930A0FA.jpeg Look what my landscaper mowed over!! Lol. I had to catch them all and put them back. The mom came back 2-3nights then they left the nest. There was one kit who didn’t leave for 2 weeks or so but thank goodness my dog didn’t eat them or get decapitated by the landscaper.

    They were so cute, so much better to catch them to put them back rather than picking up 5 tiny dead bodies like last time, thanks to jerrrrrr!

    Nat Ursula and Michele like this.
  2. leavesofjoy

    leavesofjoy Big Dog Premium Member

    So cute! Glad they live another day, to feed a hawk or something, probably! Griffin almost dislocated my arm last night trying to take off after one in our yard. It always hangs out in the same spot, and one of these days when he's off leash, he's gonna get it.!

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