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Old 06-11-2012, 07:38 PM
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Oh yeah, forgot about the

Baby racoon (was released)
rotten watermelon from a mulch pile
Old Cow leg (bones) from pasture
Used Tampons
Charcoal from the pit
Piece of old nasty burnt pork from the pit

And a plain old ordinary Dirt clod which they were fighting over and I had to chase them down to get it.

If I had a cat I'm sure they would be eating the litter because I have to holler at them all the time for licking up the parrot poop from the cages. Betty even climbed inside Bubbas cage once when I was at work and poor Julie was home alone.
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Old 06-11-2012, 07:50 PM
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And, I always have rubber gloves within reach when with my hounds anywhere.
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Old 06-12-2012, 10:15 AM
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Anything he can get his little doggy mouth around, leaves rotten, a slug (i retched and screamed like a big girlie, also had heart attack worrying about heartworm), poop (his own!!) dead vole left by next doors cat on my door step thanks kitty, sundried poo left on my lawn by another dog, duck poo (my last dal thought this was a delicacy too and could sniff a pile out miles across the field), horse poo again another delicacy!!!!
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Old 06-15-2012, 03:21 PM
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With all the gross things our dogs get into does any body else ever get the heeby jeeby's so bad you have to the gross dance?

One night I was awoken by my Giant Schnauzer vomiting in her kennel. First it was the sound that woke me. Then the odor hit me. It was a very gamey smell. When I turned on the light all I saw was red raw meat in her kennel. So first I had to clean it up...gag. Then I had to go look for what it was in the yard, in the dark with a flash night...spooky already. Shine the flash light around and see something near the fence. Walk up to it and shined the light to find half of a rabbit...heeby jeeby dance right their. Then get the shovel to get it out..heeby jeeby dance again.

Another time in the kitchen I stepped on something that cracked under my foot. Living with a lot of pine trees I figured it was a needle. Looked down to see a dried up dead gecko one of the dogs carried in..heeby jeeby dance again..ugh.
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Old 06-15-2012, 03:26 PM
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not the hereby jeebies but when Cleo handed me a live mediteranian gecko I jumped back about three feet and fell over the recliner. I absent mindedly reached down expecting to grab an inanement object a ended up with a lizard running up my arm. Good thing they eat the bugs and you can't keep them out of the houses normally.
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Old 06-15-2012, 03:35 PM
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Yep, sometimes it can be dangerous for us. They of course look at us like we are crazy. LOL
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Old 06-24-2012, 03:54 PM
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Our pup used to sneak into the neighbours garden, climb on their table and pull off their underwear on the line. Used to be a bit embarrassing returning it!

Now I don't get any prizes, yay vs. boo, not sure!
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clover likes to bury his bones. i'm usually VERY careful not to let him take them out to the yard. i must have missed one. one day, i smelled something awful, coming from him and realized he had something in his mouth. when i took it out, it was a slimy, rotted bone, complete with some sort of maggoty larvae on it... must have gotten one past me and out to the yard, then dug it up later... so gross!



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Old 06-25-2012, 10:14 AM
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My JRT used to get into trash, and one day, we forgot to close the bathroom door. With 4 girls living in the house, it was a big nasty mess. We ALWAYS close the door before leaving home now; lesson learned! Other than that, she ate some kind of animal poo before. And a roach. And any other bug that she can find.
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The second day I had Bentley, I pulled a screw out of his mouth, I thought I had gone through so carefully to make sure everything was off the ground before letting him have some play time, but my husband and his father and brother were putting a new roof on the house and he had dropped it out of his tool box on the way upstairs I guess. I fished it out as fast as I could... thank goodness I got to it in time!

I am terrified of diapers and pull ups, my son still has accidents at night so I keep pull ups for bed. I heard a story about a dog that chewed a pull up and ingested some and it expanded in his intestine and he died.. so I keep those put away in rooms he is not allowed access too, and when I put a pull up on my son he is not allowed near the dog (Bentley likes to pull Nolan down by his bottom from time to time when they get wound up together, not that I allow it but if it was to happen I worry Bentley might get a chunk of pull up.)
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