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Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by nic101, May 21, 2010.


  1. nic101

    nic101 PetForums VIP

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    teach your dog that out walking its ok to chew flowers and fetch them for me to throw (daily game......)

    because when they get home, they pull the heads off the freshly potted sunflower seeds i had been growing indoors for 2 weeks previously. :lol:

    got to laugh....i had potted them and attatched them to some poles... but she still ate them.


    Shes now started on our pretty flowers...............

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    (watermark purely due to picture thieving horrible things :( )


    :D
     
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    Guinevere13 PetForums VIP

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    Aw, that's cute :lol:
    I have one that "helps" in the garden too!
     

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    Kaitlyn PetForums Senior

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    :lol: Thats just plain cute rofl.. Wonderful piccy!!
     
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    I gave up gardening after I got Merlin! He used to bury his Bonios in all my plant pots and my attempts to grow a few veggies in containers were reduced to "has-beans" :lol:
     
  5. nic101

    nic101 PetForums VIP

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    thanks all :lol: gta laugh at them havent you!!

    guinevere - got yourslf a good helper there too :D :lol:


    i was so gutted though she did it - and she knew that it was wrong.... but my telling off was pathetic... i just burst out laughing - my own fault - i encourage her to pick flowers for throwing when were out :lol: so i cant tell her off :D :lol:
     
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    alaun PetForums VIP

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    oh lol, fab picture. I caught one of our pups pulling the seedlings out of plant pots, earlier today.
     
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    Hehe Lol.
    Great picture :D

    My old rescue gsd x use to love playing with the flowers in the park... then one day someone was having a sale and there was a tray of flowers right there on the pavement... he grabbed one and walked off with it!! Lol
     
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    love that pic. gonna steal it watermark or not lol.
     
  9. Sarahnorris

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    great photo :)
     
  10. Becki&Daisy

    Becki&Daisy PetForums Senior

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    that is the cutest picture!!
     
  11. Zaros

    Zaros Pet Forums, P/resident Evil

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    What a nice picture! :)

    Zara had a habit of stealing leaves from the rubber plants and the buds of some small blue flower, when she was a puppy. Now she just enjoys grass.

    p.s. Is there a baby somewhere missing a dummy?
     
  12. nic101

    nic101 PetForums VIP

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    haha thanks all :D

    shes a little star is my girl :D best model for photos and the naughtiest dog around :lol:

    Shes currently running round the garden and jumping in and out of her paddling pool.... :D :lol:
     
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