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RE: Beans talk - dogs

Well see your birds are smarter than my dog... she is laying in the rocks-
in the SUN-- and she is black... I am telling you .. you can fry an egg on
her sometimes..


> Donna - if you dig down a few inches, it is much cooler, even in
> gravel.  My birds do that out back in summer.  They dig down through
> the mulch until they get to the damp earth underneath and lay there in
> the beds under the viburnums.  It's nice and cool on their bellies.
> I've got plenty of bird baths, but they can't just lay in them I
> guess.
> On 4/14/05, Donna <gossiper@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> > 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...
> >
> > Donna

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