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I don't know what it is with big mounds of dirt but dogs
sure do love them. We made a sand pile about the same
size as yours and the dogs go nuts digging and zooming
on and around it. Young and old, they never tire of it.
I'd love to be able to sink my fingers in all the foofiness.
I do love the fluffy too... even get use to all the brushing once you find a a daily routine you don't notice that it's extra. LOL then sticker season goes full bloom and you feel like crying at times lol lol ... My next pup at the end of the year will be a CAO I have a good feeling I will enjoy the breed and enjoy the shorter length in coat.
Thanks Sandakat,, Tasman is so funny when I come out of the barn and have the fresh eggs to give out for everyone doing such great jobs.. He is so excited beside himself getting an egg. All the dogs have sooner or later figured out watching me where the collection of eggs are in the hen house, and then they go and help themselves.. Lots of people say to fill the eggs with hot sauce to teach the dogs not to take the eggs.. I just teach them to wait until I get them for them. and eventually they just wait to be given one from me when the chores are done. seems a better way to go about it so they not afraid of eggs.
Sandakat he got to meet MR Hose lol... he did have a good time in the mud not so much on the hose.. he is feisty for sure.. His happy confinement skills are on track now.. Arka and Abhik were so agreeable little souls .. then OH NO you got a Screamer in Tasman. Until he finds his calm will be waiting on vehicle rides where he has to wait in the vehicle... am afraid someone might break a window if he starts up lol ...