sparkspark - 2006-07-06 16:47:16
I'm dogsitting two beagles, and when I walked them yesterday, I encouraged them to pee freely on each shrub and bush we passed, in the spirit of solidarity with our oppressed canine friends in Texas (i.e., your dog). I think you're in Texas. I should have checked my facts. XO Violet, meaning well. Viva la revolucion!
skibigsky - 2006-07-06 17:08:31
Other than our Nasty Neighbors(TM), our neighborhood is very good about the peeing/pooping thing. Because if I don't care about other dog owners not picking up the 'little blessings from heaven' then I don't have to do it either. Okay, so I've got a little more poop on my yard, but since my dogs have probably returned the favor, it's all good. Heh.
Poolagirl - 2006-07-06 17:48:46
Reminds me of a children's song I wrote years ago: If you kill a spider here's what you must do. Swatting the fly is now up to you. Cuz you've broken the circle. And we're all part of the circle. We're all p-a-a-a-a-r-r-r-r-t of the circle. The p-a-a-a- stuff is because the melody wandered around there on the word "part." And who really cares about such ancient history? Sorry.
mousemilk - 2006-07-07 19:42:08
I let a few drops of diluted bleach fall from a sponge to a rug today. Within seconds, the cat started licking the spot. I shooed her away, she returned and starting licking again. This is a cat that can think of no greater treat than licking glue off envelopes. She is mental, but she is also still alive. My point is that if a cat can survive - nay, enjoy - bleach and glue, you're probably right on the dog diet front. Though having said that, my friend's dog is pretty chocolate-intolerant, which is a bitch. Though the dog isn't. Christ, this note is longer than most of my diary entries.

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