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Re:What should I do?

Therese you should do what every red-blooded American would now do-sue the
dog's owners. Seriously, I'm sure your hostas will recover whether you do
anything or not. It might make you feel better to be doing something, so you
could trim off the broken leaves. Perhaps it might make the damage a little
less obvious. Hostas are tough, they can take an awful lot of abuse.  Just
be thankful you didn't have a neighbor's pigs rooting up your hosta beds. We
went through that twice. No, I didn't have to sue, their insurance paid my

Tom Moore Bardstown, KY  Z6

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