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Re: dogs

OK my turn!!  We got a Pitbull and she is a sweetheart even when she is
flattening all of my streaked hosta.  Its a good thing these are
perriennials.  I heard in some countries they stomp on their hosta to
encourage growth maybe next year mine will be huge.  We don't worry about
theft or animals in our yard or other human beings.

Paula & Tim (hostalady)

At 10:18 PM 9/4/99 -0400, you wrote:
>Well I must get my $.02 in. Red Dobes rock; no squirrels, no cats, no
>moles, no hosta pirates,no handbills, and unabashed and total love. To
>know a dobie is to love a dobie.
>Did I mention smart. Nuff said.
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