I can so relate on the dog poop..The snow hasn't melted here and I dread when it does.. Have a good day..Lisa
hehe...I can relate too, our yard is a muddy mess full of chicken poo and dog poo...of course I saw one of the dogs eating the chicken poo yesterday, so I figure there is less chicken poo than dog poo now!
lol soooo totaly with you on that!
Same problem with the dog pooh. Only thing, Cooper is still eating his poo...so gross. I gave him medicine, and it did work, but i'm outta pills. So Cooper reuses his poop, so does that make him a green dog?? Isn't that nice! lol...debbie
All I can say tyo that is LoL LoL LoL LoL LoL LoL LoL LoL LoL LoL LoL LoL Still going ... LoL LoL LoL LoL LoL LoL LoL LoL LoL LoL Almost done ... LoL LoL LoL !!!!!Teri♥♥♥
Oh yeah know that one, we were like that a couple days ago and then it got cold again with a light dusting of snow its all hid again,lol.
Oh yeah, one of the best parts of the snow melting.. you never know which is mud and which is poop!
Hey, your post sounds a lot like mine. I guess everyone hates the mud and poo.
We still have about three feet of snow covering the poop...but we have three dogs and I can totally relate!
your snow MELTED? we are getting another pounding.... I keep thinking we need to move just a little further south. sheesh!
Oh to have such a problem! I have frozen poo on the snow! Would be glad to have a muddy mess in the yard at this time, but, I think we are in store for more snow!
If we dont have snow we have mud... but suppose to be more snow..Yuck.. I am done with it.. I hope the pastures grow fast and furious this year due to all this snow!!!!
eeewww! don't forget to take the boots off at the front door!
Take it easy, things could be worse...This will provide you some exercise at least
Just in case you're missing that snow, come visit my blog for a dose of New England reality...so ready for winter to be G-O-N-E this year! We got 4 more inches last night (we now have almost 3 feet on the ground)...I might be moving down your way soon ;^) ~Vonnie, NH
I feel your pain, sister, I feel your pain. As soon as spring hits, I'm moving the dog yard and tilling the poo under! Hey, did John get ahold of you about that land?
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