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Old 06-13-2022, 07:06 PM   #1345
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This guy was in the backyard,, tried to run it off,, he hissed and swished his tail at me. He passed from blunt force trauma. Dogs run off the little ones.
Glad all I have to deal with is squirrels.
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Glad all I have to deal with is squirrels.
A few years back we had a bunch of these terrorizing the neighborhood.
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mmm dinner!
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Glad all I have to deal with is squirrels.
I have lots of squirrels, quail, and rabbits, and have the occasional rock chuck and badger (thankfully only once). Saw a dead skunk on the side of the road just down the road from our subdivision. Just hope we never get them in the subdivision. I can imagine the nightmare of having two GSDs sprayed by a skunk.

Oh, and getting woken up at 2am by a great horned owl has lost its coolness.
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I have lots of squirrels, quail, and rabbits, and have the occasional rock chuck and badger (thankfully only once). Saw a dead skunk on the side of the road just down the road from our subdivision. Just hope we never get them in the subdivision. I can imagine the nightmare of having two GSDs sprayed by a skunk.

Oh, and getting woken up at 2am by a great horned owl has lost its coolness.
Well if we expand beyond just my backyard (which is probably about .02% of yours) then we have skunks, racoons, ducks, herons, owls, deer, coyotes, foxes, turkeys, possums, chipmunks, geese (so so many geese), vultures, falcons, hawks and just about every other bird in central North America within a block of home.
Luckily most stay out of our yard since it is mostly swimming pool.
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Well if we expand beyond just my backyard (which is probably about .02% of yours) then we have skunks, racoons, ducks, herons, owls, deer, coyotes, foxes, turkeys, possums, chipmunks, geese (so so many geese), vultures, falcons, hawks and just about every other bird in central North America within a block of home.
Luckily most stay out of our yard since it is mostly swimming pool.
Yea, we have Lake Lowell and the Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge one mile South of us, and thankfully most critters prefer to stay there. We are just target practice for the clouds of Canada Geese that come and go each year.
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Deer are herbivores.
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Yea, we have Lake Lowell and the Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge one mile South of us, and thankfully most critters prefer to stay there. We are just target practice for the clouds of Canada Geese that come and go each year.
I live right dead center of a bunch of large glacial ponds.
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I live right dead center of a bunch of large glacial ponds.
Any prehistoric mosquitos?
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My little nugget got spayed on Saturday.

Recovering very well. Absolutely detests wearing the jumper, but I bet she'd hate a cone even more. Energy levels almost back to normal... trying to control her zoomies to stop her from jumping on and off the couch while she heals has proven challenging lol. I took the ramp away assuming it would stop her from going up, but that just emboldened her to jump up so the ramp has gone back.
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Old 06-15-2022, 01:10 PM   #1357
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My little nugget got spayed on Saturday.

Recovering very well. Absolutely detests wearing the jumper, but I bet she'd hate a cone even more. Energy levels almost back to normal... trying to control her zoomies to stop her from jumping on and off the couch while she heals has proven challenging lol. I took the ramp away assuming it would stop her from going up, but that just emboldened her to jump up so the ramp has gone back.
Had the same issues with the wife.
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