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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-22-2006, 11:31 PM Thread Starter
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Do your Havs find dead things?

Not only am I having to deal with Goldies diarreah, but tonight I think Stogie and Rumba found a dead animal. I saw Rumba rolling in something and thought nothing of it. The dogs come in, and I could smell something gross.
I smelled Stogies face and it smelled yucky.
There was some dead animal artifact on his nose. A small something, but def. "insides". So he got a bath without question! So did Rumba. I dont think they ate anything, they were not out there long enough, but probably smelling and "nosing" around.

This is bound to happen to those of you out in the country. Are there things that are dangerous? I saw a frog in the yard last night, Goldie didnt hurt it, just watched it. We have a lot of Rabbits, and that could be what it was. Sometimes I find them in the yard, as I think Hawks get them. Do your guys actually ever eat anything? Its so gross!

First Goldie pooping on my Choos and now Rumba rolling in roadkill.
Does it get any better? HAHAHA
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Oh yeah, we've got dead stuff all over the place out here. LOL
Armadillos REEK, so be thankful it wasn't that.
Cru can only go outside the fenced yard on a leash, so I don't let him get to the dead stuff, but he has slipped away from me and eaten his fill of fresh horse poop a couple of times. I guess horse poop is a dog delicacy, cause he LUVS it. Given the chance, he would SO eat dead stuff, too. And roll in it. And drag it in the house.
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