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Re: It's not just deer

Dogs are not a real option for us.  Our land is such that fencing 
is out of the question, and we can't let them run free - strict
leash laws and neighbors that don't like dogs.  We are too old
and decrepit to give a big dog the kind of walks and exercise it
would need, and I have never been fond of small dogs.  We used
to have a big dog when the boys were young and could help with
the care of it.  I like dogs, but cats are much easier to live with.
In a message dated 5/27/2008 6:27:04 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
gardenqueen@gmail.com writes:

Sounds like coons to me.  Jesse's right about having a dog or two running
them off, but that's a responsibility you may not want.  I told my mother
the same thing when she was having deer problems and got shot down.  So I
just started sending her daffodil bulbs which I know they won't eat because
they're poisonous.

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