Discussion in 'The Bench' started by Mark Demko, Sep 3, 2018.
How about garage cats? He does like riding in cars.
These four little guys showed up several weeks ago when their mom dropped them off after they were weaned. Before they showed up we had a serious problem with chipmunks pot-holing my wife's flower beds and destroying her potted plants. I was afraid to leave the garage doors open because the chipmunks would run in the garage and were hell to get out. I have seen the damage a chipmunk or squirrel can do in a garage or attic. Since these guys showed up I have not seen a squirrel or chipmunk in my yard. We got a Hav-A-Heart trap and are going to catch and fix them before they start reproducing and will probably find homes for them. But I wouldn't mind keeping one or two around to keep the rodents under control.
this is Izzy. She looks after the "toy Box"
This is the neighbors dog Peanut . He would crawl under the fence when I was in the garage to hang out with me
Thanks. That's very cool.
Look at the Best Freinds!!!
Well, let’s just say he was a “Wildcat”.
My little BONER and Bullitt the Wonder dog... Always on guard and they dont use a lot of space LOL... ws
Mike B. Wait ahhhhhh minute. Funny lookin Dog
Hi Jacked Thread
My best friend and garage companion:
AWESOME! he was a lucky dog to have you rescue him
It makes my blood boil to hear assholes dumping dogs, somebody should dump that human
And he is one of the sweetest,laid back pups,you'd ever meet. Not a mean bone in his body at all...He'd lick you till death before biting you.Now your food...He'd harf that down when you weren't looking...lol
Here she is a little grown up. She asking : "Whats all this $hit laying around in my play area ? "
"Dad move this crap would yah"
My dog Scheera likes to steal lug nuts, oily towels, and leather gloves, then I have to walk the back yard
She does the same to me Mark . When I got close to finish I found 6 of the 8 lug nuts I needed . Screwdrivers are her favorite .
Man, I bet lug nuts and screws drivers can be hell on lawnmower blades!
Shawn . Those are important to finish the job I was working on so I usually find them before running the lawn mower . One thing that got me was a Nyla-Bone of hers. We had a big snowstorm and I didn't see it under the 12 inches . Yeah it broke the shear pins on the auger but it really bent the hell out of the auger . It was one of those that had 3 golf ball sized balls on the bottom and 1 on top of the 3 . I had to buy new augers. They were over $100 .
Here is Adger our newest rescue Springer.
True Velcro Springer. Follows me everywhere......
Not to break your b---s but you have time to make reply's to others but no time to make a reply to a PM????