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    DefaultFor his own protection.

    Nine week old Brando thought it would be a good idea to follow behind me and pull the red maple saplings I just planted out of the ground. Apparently they are tasty. While I was fixing one, he moved on to another, then again as I was untying his tether from the big tree. He's in his kennel until my blood pressure stabilizes.
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    Ha! Our 11wk old Ivy completely massacred my flowers. They didn't do a thing to her and after all that hard work and time, they will not end up being transplanted into my front yard. She also murdered a phone book the kids left on the floor yesterday.

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    They must be really tiny!

    You should probably protect them with some chicken wire fencing until he is - -- like - - - a year old. My younger dog totally wiped out a perennial garden when I (stupidly) left him outdoors without supervision. Fortunately - it all grew back the next year and we added a fence.
    Sharon, Blaise and Diesel.

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    Oh My!!!! Your such a good dad! (snicker)
    My Nadja (rip) did that to Steve once. She pulled out the 6' sapling and after he got that back she went for the pile still laying on the ground. It was all a game to her! Meanwhile I was helpless with laughter watching out the window.

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