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2 dogs = 1 dog?


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2 dogs = 1 dog?

6 May 2009 4:02PM   Views : 518 Unique : 427

I want to kill whoever told me having 2 dogs is the same as having 1 dog.

It is so much hard work having 2 dogs!

They rushing in and out of the kitchen into the back garden, destroyed my lawn area, and destroyed all my tulips in the garden.

Worse still, when it rains, the destroyed lawn gets muddy. And when they rush in and out from garden to kitchen and from kitchen to garden play fighting and chasing, the kitchen floor gets so muddy. I have to keep mopping the floor.


The joy of having 2 dogs instead of 1... Smile


tomcat 11 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
6 May 2009 7:03PM
Hey Cole,
Try four tom cats and a 9 year old tabby lodger one too Smile


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Coleslaw 12 13.4k 28 Wales
6 May 2009 7:12PM
No thanks... Wink
conrad 13 10.9k 116
6 May 2009 9:35PM

Quote:destroyed all my tulips in the garden

You don't even need two dogs for that, my daughter's dog does that all by herself! My own dog is very well-behaved in this respect. Except that she keeps trying to find the shortest route to New Zealand... ;-(
Boyd 13 11.2k 11 Wales
7 May 2009 12:02PM
Apparently having five dogs is easier than having two dogs and even easier than having one dog. In groups of five or more the dogs develop the pack mentality and begin to police and govern themselves. Before you know it they'll be picking up after themselves, mopping the floors, looking after the garden and eventually they'll get to the stage where they are able to play cards and have a game of pool amongst themselves.
Just ask Cassius Coolidge.

Coleslaw 12 13.4k 28 Wales
7 May 2009 12:07PM
Yeah right, I believe you!
louisebt 8 68 United Kingdom
12 May 2009 4:47PM
Have 3, 1 more wont hurt, honest!

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