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Old 02-26-2020, 04:57 PM
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Just out of curiosity, you are not concerned about yellow spots on your own lawn or other people’s lawn? The reason I ask is because they maybe concerned about their lawn.
Maybe feed the dogs some "Asparagus " then they can leave some green spots on the lawns.
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Old 02-26-2020, 05:07 PM
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Goodness! As a responsible pet owner, I NEVER walk my dog in the heat of a summer day. We go early or late, when the pavement is cooler. When she asks to go out in the afternoon, I walk her around the house, in my yard, on a leash. Also, one can hardly equate what is produced by a 15 pound dog and a 200 pound human.

Seems like yet another problem that can’t be solved to everyone’s satisfaction.
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Old 02-26-2020, 06:47 PM
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Well if I could get my dog to eat asparagus.... but I’m afraid he likes cheese, mid cheddar is his favorite.
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Well if I could get my dog to eat asparagus.... but I’m afraid he likes cheese, mid cheddar is his favorite.
Our dog is crazy for carrots. Our house is the one with the orange polka dots in the yard!
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Old 02-26-2020, 07:13 PM
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Good lord. They moan and bi*ch if the dogs pee in their yards and they moan and bi*ch if the dogs pee in the street.

Get a life crybabies, we with dogs are pretty damn sure you're not perfect; you probably speed in your cart and car, run stop signs, throw your yard waste away with the garbage, cheat on your taxes - get the idea?

The dogs pee in the streets is not as worse as some of the stuff you flush down the sewer drains on your streets.
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Maybe this dog is the one who caused the damage to the bad areas on MORRIS, sorry I mean MORSE.

There is no dog alive that could damage Asphalt or Concrete. If there is one lets see the proof!

It's been a long time since we have had Multiple Public Bodily Function Problems but we really hit the Jackpot this week. People Problems First and Now a Dog? Nuts!
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Maybe this dog is the one who caused the damage to the bad areas on MORRIS, sorry I mean MORSE.
I see what you did there!


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Will the O P please put a sign in their lawn that says “ pee here not in the street”. That should solve their problem
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This site need a huge laugh out loud button.. move on to important issues
This is nonsene.. 🤣🤣
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When I was a kid, my neighbors put down a 6x8 foot area with pavers in the back corner of their yard. I know this because I used to mow their yard (back when kids mowed yards). They put a few bushes around it and trained the dogs to go there. Seemed like it made cleanup easier and cured the muddy paw issue when it rained. OK, I am now ready for all the negative responses, let them fly !!!
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I cannot believe all the negative posts about dogs on where they can pee and poop. There has been many articles on this in recent months. A bit ridiculous in my opinion.
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I cannot believe all the negative posts about dogs on where they can pee and poop. There has been many articles on this in recent months. A bit ridiculous in my opinion.
Complaints like this show me that The Villages are a GREAT place to live. The complaints are so small a person would have to really think hard to come up with something like this. I rent one month a year and have my eye on a future home there so this confirms I have nothing to fear!
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I cannot believe all the negative posts about dogs on where they can pee and poop. There has been many articles on this in recent months. A bit ridiculous in my opinion.
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It’s so hard to believe this is even a conversation. People here really have too much time on their hands to comment on where dogs pee. It’s hilarious!
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