Any one have dogs ?

Old 01-01-2012, 05:56 PM
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Then you have the chore of poop scooping in you schedule !
Here's a GREAT scoop invented by an American 10 year old boy. We have a couple of these and they work better than any fancy clamping scoop out there.
http://www.scoopandsackit.com/scoop-history/

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Old 01-01-2012, 06:01 PM
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I am lucky, taught my dog to poop in the woods when she was a puppy so there is never any bombs in the part of my yard that I mow!
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Old 01-02-2012, 05:45 AM
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all the dogs weve had over the yrs. pooped in the woods.never even seen any in our yard for yrs. then we no lopnger have a dog and every dog for miles seems to want to poop in my yard.!now i keep a bb gun by the front door for putting them on the run.ever see a crippled old man chase a dog with a bb gun. now thats funny i dont care who you are!!
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Originally Posted by outlaw256
all the dogs weve had over the yrs. pooped in the woods.never even seen any in our yard for yrs. then we no lopnger have a dog and every dog for miles seems to want to poop in my yard.!now i keep a bb gun by the front door for putting them on the run.ever see a crippled old man with a bb gun being chased by a dog. now thats funny i dont care who you are!!
I fixed it for you! Just kidding.

My dog does pretty good most of the time and poops in trees on the hill behind the house.
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POOPS IN TREES ?! Must be a 'bird dog' !
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Old 01-03-2012, 05:07 AM
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hey rabbit, thats even funnier.i did have one growl at me when i popped him in the butt. and he didnt run away, he just kinda turn and walked away real slow. had me alittle worried.man we gotta have more to talk about than our dogs pooppin in the woods.lol
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Got a 1yr old Great Dane that has 3 piles a day... in the yard... gotta use a claw & a 5 gallon bucket. Just a part of the daily routine now....
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i lost our BIG yard dog o few yrs ago. i got my granddaughter a little mexican dog.(cant think of how to spell chiwawawaw right nowlol) makes little tiny poops. but on my damn porch.
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Originally Posted by DrivingMissDD
POOPS IN TREES ?! Must be a 'bird dog' !
Remind not to stand under any of your trees!!!!! :lol:
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Originally Posted by bcw49
Originally Posted by DrivingMissDD
POOPS IN TREES ?! Must be a 'bird dog' !
Remind not to stand under any of your trees!!!!! :lol:
lol.

I couldn't say he poops in the woods 'cause it's only about 20 trees and bushes behind my house on a little hill.
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