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I relocate poisonous snakes, and Rat Snakes in the hen house too. They get relocated into some Vulture's digestive system. We have 163 acres, and only claim about 13 of that for our personal use. They're welcome to stay in the other 150, but are not welcome on the part around the house.
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[quote=Heather's;1435334]. I understand from others now the snake must be relocated.

Ha!!! Ha!!! LOL!!! Relocated to the grave yard. Who would tell? Who made up that rule?

Very Funny! Tom. Yes we claim about four acres and they can have the rest.
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The mole topic is of interest to me as we have mole tunnels in our yard and it’s such a nuisance! My 1 year old Havanese has never smelled out a mole or tried to dig for one but I supposed the damage to the yard (and dirty pup!) would offset the damage the moles are doing!
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The mole topic is of interest to me as we have mole tunnels in our yard and itís such a nuisance! My 1 year old Havanese has never smelled out a mole or tried to dig for one but I supposed the damage to the yard (and dirty pup!) would offset the damage the moles are doing!
Yes the damage the dogs do is much worse than the moles! Maybe you will luck out and she will not dig. Mia did not start digging until she turned 11! But she has watched my yorkie dig all those years. Unfortunately she is now obsessed with digging...
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I say, “Good girl Mia!!!” Moles have completely destroyed my meadow. It looks like a bad case of acne. I wish my Hav would dig them up and bring them to me!!
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Interesting, I shall be following this
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I have a friend who has a large Golden. He loves to dig up moles ... Now this guy knows how to dig and those are giant holes. One needs to haul in a truck load of dirt to fill those babies in.
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I have a friend who has a large Golden. He loves to dig up moles ... Now this guy knows how to dig and those are giant holes. One needs to haul in a truck load of dirt to fill those babies in.
Mia has become obsessed with digging for moles. I honestly think a small dog can dig just as big a hole as a Golden...it just takes a little bit longer! Between Mia and my yorkie, the yard looks like Swiss cheese.
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Shama likes to chase the rabbits that have dug a hole under the gate of our fence. I used to always give them a head start before letting Shama chase them, but then I realized they are so much faster than she is. She'll never catch one! She also likes to run after squirrels, but they're up high on the fence and in the trees. I'm glad I've never seen her with a mole in her mouth!

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