Well it is a sure sign of spring. Those lovely, tempting grass shards that my girls just love to eat. Kate had the first dangler of the season. You know what I mean. That darn thing hanging out of their butts & they are running around the yard trying to get that "thing" off their butt. Till finally they give you that look...you know it...help me, please!
They always manage to eat a few of those long shards before I can get "leave it" out of my mouth. Guess I better keep the paper towels handy.
♣ Laura ♣
We know that all too well. Boone is part cow.
boone and joann
Oh Georgie, that is so funny I can just see you running after them with your paper towel in the wind........this just made me laugh - haven't had that happen with my little guy.........Y E T!!!!
Sammi was grazing this evening when I got home from work, I can't wait
I always wonder what that was called.....*snicker*
Funny..and so true.
We are surrounded by wheat fields.
We walk Harvey everyday in the wheat fields.
Harvey eats the wheat fields (particularly when the crop is young and lush).
I get to pull wheat 'baskets' from Harveys arse every day.
I never go out without tissues, wet wipes and latex gloves.
Great name for this wonderful experience!
Maxx & Emma Jean
Ozzy - 10/16/02 - 06/28/11 - Always in my heart.
Sometimes the hardest part isn't letting go - but learning to start over.
HA! So funny.
I'm curious though...and maybe others will know the answer to this. My boys LOVE to eat grass in the spring....but they're very particular about the kind of grass they eat. They don't eat normal lawn grass....only certain types that grow tall (like around the base of a mailbox or fence), and even then, they seem to be choosy about it. I'm wondering if they can differentiate between grass species? Is anyone else's dog choosy about the grass? Or do they all just eat whatever they can find?