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RE: Beans talk - dogs

I think a non-gardener lives there.... and doesn't want to be bothered with
grass cutting and such....

Past that, no clue. Although my dog will dig in the pea gravel walkways and
take a nap there.... never did understand why she did that rather than lay
on the grass or covered deck- especially when it is hot here and she is a
black dog...


> OK, as long as you're on this subject of dogs and we have several dog
> lovers
> and many who know what dogs need....
> I've been puzzled for years now about a house I pass on the way to work.
> It's a farm house built close to the road.  The house is positioned on the
> edge of an incline such that the sude yard is downhill and the house/yard
> area which is about 60 ft by 40 ft is surrounded by chain link fence.
> There
> is NO grass, everything is covered in rocks about the size of a childs
> fist
> and larger and I just saw them spreading a new layer of rock with a
> bobcat.
> These people have 2 or 3 medium size dogs - the kind that look big because
> of all the fur and have a curly tail (is that a spitz?)  They lay outside
> on
> the porch or sidewalk much of the day.  OK - here's the question:  Isn't
> all
> that rock hard on their feet? uncomfortable to walk on or lay on?  How do
> you clean up poop on rock?  Why do you think they do this?
> Kitty

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