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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-29-2008, 09:28 AM Thread Starter
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Ewwww.... what was he rolling in?

I let Frank out to potty. He was taking a long time to come back in so I checked on him. I caught him rolling in, probably, bunny poo! We have wild buns that poo in the yard.
So it was an unscheduled bath for Frank. I guess he needed it anyway.

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LOL dogs are mental arent they!!! My puppy just loves to find a pile of fox poo and roll all in that lol

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Some of these posts really crack me up! I'm sure your Doggie's smell didn't make you laugh too much though, did it?
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my puppies are just now starting to roll...but not in smells so far...right now they find any spot wet and roll in it...I am not looking forward to the smelly rolls lol

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Bleh, lol.

At least he's wasn't eating it! My parents dog eats the rabbit poops when I bring my bunnies over.


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post #6 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-29-2008, 02:24 PM
 
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Whenever we bathe my bf's parents' dog, he goes and finds the nastiest things he can and rolls in them dang dogs haha
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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-29-2008, 07:51 PM
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lol, tanner loves to roll in things.. a little rabbit litter got spilled in the yard once.. and tanner still rolls in that spot at least once a week. He will also roll on Davids dirty socks! bleh!!
dogs like smelling strongly.. and i think that instinct is even stronger in tanner since he spent the first year of his life outside. But thankfully he doesn't look for things to roll in right after his bath, hes more concerned in trying to figure out what he did to deserve such torture!

Tanner likes to nibble bunny poos sometimes too, he also loves stray timothy pellets.. Ive caught him eating hay on occasion too



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