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Does Your Shelie Like To Eat Strange Things?

Discussion in 'Favorites' started by OntarioSheltie, May 16, 2008.

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  1. mcguiregirl2248

    mcguiregirl2248 Forums Enthusiast

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    Cracking up over here!! Very funny! I'm not sure how I would have reacted to finding a mouse like that on my floor! Although, I do have a cat and she killed one and laid it on the extra dinning room chair right next to my purse! Yuck!:dead:
     
  2. sablemable

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    The Boys

    Max eats sticks, grass, used tissues and sometimes poop. Sparky also eats grass and will chew on sticks as will Disco.:winkgrin:
     
  3. Chris

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    Oh, Joy

    Dunamis, our rescue Chow/Golden, proudly trotted up the other day with a possum head. The possum didn't look half as surprised as my sister. :eek2:
     
  4. scottermac

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    My first two shelites both ate grass on occasion. My late Ellie would chew on the odd stick or pine cone. I heard they would eat grass if they were nervous or had an upset stomach, but thats probably an urban legend.

    They loved ice cream. I once accidently gave Ellie a scoop of chocolate chip and by the time I realized my mistake she had already ate the ice cream but left the chocolate chips.
     
  5. elaine2004

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    EEEWWWW, Possum head

    Oh my goodness, I think I would have just been stupified.:lol: It's amasing what they'll find on their romps. That must of freaked you right out ,Chris. Then the mousecapades, Oh my Ann, Trixie with mouse double caught . First by trap then by Pixie.:lol: And Chris you are getting all sorts of prizes from the furkids aren't you.:eek2: I think the mouse takes it. That would have been freaking me out up to now!!:dead:
     
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    Chris, your post reminded me of something.
    Cookie, my German Shepherd, was fighting aramdillos last year. I saw her pick one up by it's hind leg once.:eek2: And when we got Treader, he started helping Cookie fight the armadillos. I had to be extra careful then because Treader hadn't gotten his rabies shot yet.:eek2:
    The armadillos aren't out quite yet this year.
     
  7. Chris

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    OK, we want a picture of the next Armadillo Rodeo!!!!
     
  8. mcguiregirl2248

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    I have to agree with Chris, I would love to see pictures! I can't even imagine! Marlie, my 2 year old, was the great yard protector over the weekend. She found out that we just had another wood chuck move in under our shed. We got rid of the other one about a week ago! Where are they coming from? She wanted to go and get it in the worst way! :eek2:
     
  9. Chris

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    Dunie isn't a Sheltie, but he thinks he is. On a recent walk, he found a wood turtle, which he immediately picked up, despite stern commands of, "Drop it! Drop that turtle!" Suddenly he got a very startled look on his face and spat out the turtle. He stood there sticking his tongue out as if to rid himself of an unpleasant taste. My sister thinks the turtle bit him. Not me -- I think Dunie because a convenient port-a-potty! :lol:
     
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