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Post by Rachel33 on Mon Jun 29 2015, 19:16

Bug seems to be going through a phase or burying any raw chews/bones that we give to her and then digging them up and eating them a few days later! I doubt that she would eat it if she thought it was going to hurt her - but it's a pain in the butt when she drags it back through the house covered in mud and worms and chews it on the floor! Of course - better surveillance is required - but do any of yours do this?
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Post by Jenc on Mon Jun 29 2015, 21:17

Laughing Katy has buried bones in the garden but if you ask her where it is she will dig it back up again Rolling Eyes She tends to bury them in her bed or in the sofa instead Laughing Love Struck


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Post by JStaff on Mon Jun 29 2015, 22:18

Suki would if we had a proper yard. Now she just buries bones in the couch, bed, or under the rug
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Post by -Ian- on Mon Jun 29 2015, 22:37

I have never seen Flo bury anything anywhere to be honest !!... She obviously an odd one is my girl Laughing


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Post by Bane on Thu Jul 02 2015, 20:56

Bane never buries anything either! But Domino does! Anything that he thinks is a treat and/or bigger than his regular biscuits, he will bury. Then eat a few days/week later....he often has a very smelly butt afterwards tho :/
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Post by Goblin on Sat Aug 08 2015, 16:50

My grandma's dog used to do this if he was allowed out into the garden with a rawhide bone. He only spent winters down here in London, and he'd somehow remember in November where he'd buried it from February.

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Post by kizzie on Tue Aug 11 2015, 09:20

I have a toddlers paddling pool filled with dirt for T to bury his stuff.

He was always burying it behined the sofa  but now no bones  allowed in the home.
I love how they learn to bury stuff when puppies .   a huge chicken leg with a tiny  bit of paper over it hehe


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Post by LizP on Tue Aug 11 2015, 09:58

Don't even get mine thinking about it...


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