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Discussion in 'General Dog Forum' started by Jack-Russell-Lover, Jul 20, 2021.

  1. JoanneF

    JoanneF Well-Known Member Registered

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    Actually, it's quite hot here - according to my phone, 24⁰. Our garden backs on to a field of allotments and we got some peas handed over so I've spent the afternoon shelling them in the shade with a small dog hoping a few get dropped. A few of course did ...
     
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    Ticks .....YUCK! Yesterday we took our hounds for a woodland walk to Sherwood forest and one of our dogs like to do more 'foraging' on the rough than others...she was 'hoovering' ticks on her. I had to keep checking her every so often and pick the ticks off. When we got back to car, I still picked about dozen off from her and few had already managed to start burying into the skin so those came home with us so I could deal with them properly. I don't thin I've ever seen that many ticks around...horrible.
     
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    I LOVE shelling peas and eating them too. One of our past dogs was absolutely obsessed about peas...I used to just pop the pod open and he would then nibble the peas, one by one and when I would stop giving him anymore, he then started chewing the pods. So nice to have these little memories popping up into one's head..
     
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    I grew peas one year and couldn’t work out who was stealing them, until I saw my lab helping himself
     
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