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Re: Re: Immortality Iris/Dogs


Yeah - but who else has a plant snatching raccoon??  LOL

Pam Evans
Kemp, TX
zone 8A
----- Original Message -----
From: Jesse Bell
Sent: 9/2/2004 2:51:32 AM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Immortality Iris/Dogs

> Wow...and I thought MY place was entertaining...I think your dog has beat my dog in that department!  LOL
> 
> 
> Hollikft@aol.com wrote:
> LOLOL!!!!!!! Can relate to the puppy help! My pup eats seeds also. Even 
> will steal a tomato and run with it as I chase him. He also has seen me 
> setting up to transplant some small plants, well he steals the plastic pots from 
> me and runs off with it like it was a toy. And of course he chews it up, as 
> he is looking at me!
> He isnt much of a watch dog, as he thinks anyone that comes here is here to 
> see him, but DONT GO NEAR THE POOL! He gives the neighbors headaches. He is 
> the lifeguard, and is always on pool patrol. If you use the diving board, 
> be prepared for a scolding as he will tell ya off. And when you jump off, or 
> in, he will dive in and save you! Actually, when we have company, he is 
> kindda the entertainment this year!
> 
> Holli
> 
> 
> 
> In a message dated 9/2/2004 10:14:02 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
> silverhawk@flash.net writes:
> 
> Well, when I divided them, I TRIED to put an older tuber with some of
> the younger off-shoots so you might get a show this fall. But, one of my
> dogs went in and messed up my neat little organized pile of freshly
> divided iris that I had on the grass...so I kind of had to guess. I tell
> ya....trying to garden with two big German Shepherd puppies is not easy.
> They take out my plant markers, drink all of the water out of my
> birdbath...actually EAT the birdseed (why, I don't know), if I'm
> dividing plants, I look behind me and the female has them in her mouth
> trotting off like I've given her a treat. I have to run after her and
> get it BACK. Oy. Can't wait for them to mature some.
> 
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