Mine has Doggles for rides in car. Great invention.We normally spend a couple days trying to clear all the sand from Walters eyes after going to the beach since he loves to flip for throwing sand. My wife decided to try a set of goggles designs for dogs. He gets so excited and focused on catching sand, he didn't seem to mind the goggles at all...
We had a pet that was terrified of storms and would start shaking an hour before it started raining. My wife had found him abandoned, running across the road in front of her car durning a thunderstorm
My dog is the same way. The rescue found her out in a storm. She used to run downstairs at the hint of thunder. But now she's pretty old, almost 15, and she doesn't do steps very well. So won't with all the dog ramps I've built, I also built her a dog cave in the back bedroom. I was afraid she'd tumble down the stairs and fubar herself.We had a pet that was terrified of storms and would start shaking an hour before it started raining. My wife had found him abandoned, running across the road in front of her car durning a thunderstorm
on her way from work. He hid in a ditch and she rescued him. She went to three houses in the rain asking if anyone knew the dog. When I arrived home she had taken him to the vet and had him checked over, vaccinated and bathed for flees. he was always afraid of rain and storms, he would shake in the closet and my wife would stay with him and hold him until he calmed down.
Hope they're not like our stocked pheasant. Most of em you gotta kick em in the a$$ to get em to fly. Sometimes literally.. lolOur state stocks Quail on 2 wildlife management areas. Native Quail are off limits
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