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post #1 of 31 (permalink) Old 07-02-2015, 05:43 AM Thread Starter
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Who's dog has ruined their garden?

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post #2 of 31 (permalink) Old 07-02-2015, 12:01 PM
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Luckily, I haven't gotten to my backyard yet, so it's still the same ugly worthless dirt it was when I moved in. I worked on the front yard first, and it got too hot to do anything in the back. But, my rescue has tried to dig holes to china in the backyard. So before I can start seeding and planting, I'm going to have to bury a yard full of holes

Or do you mean actual veggie/flower garden? I never know :-0
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My dogs are the reason that all my garden beds are now fenced lol

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Seger laid in between a row and calmly snatched a tomato plant off. So, no. My dogs don't destroy my garden because they lost privileges to be out in it.




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I have upside down hanging veggie garden....Gus LOVES tomatoes so it would never work if I planted them in the ground.

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Lol!Good fences make good dogs!The worst thing mine are doing right now is lapping up all of the nectar from the hummingbird feeders.

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I think mine just thought I was growing some wonderful play toys for him. Red balls, green balls, tan balls, etc. Fence and I need to put in the electric hot wire soon because he tries to break into it.

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We plant flowers along the walk in front of our house. It never fails, just when the flowers come in nice, one of ours will run through the length of it, it's almost a tradition now. Ollie will occasionally walk through our vegetable garden, but being raised beds he and the others like to run around them vs through them.
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Ranger hasn't done any damage but I am always chasing him away because he loves to eat the fertilizer - yuck!
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post #10 of 31 (permalink) Old 07-02-2015, 09:37 PM
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Mine have. They've dug huge holes and I now have to go buy dirt to fill them in. I'll do that when I can afford to fence it at the same time. In the mean time they're enjoying laying in them to stay cool.

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