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A Pic of Annie's Part of the Yard


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Posted by Niki on May 01, 2003 at 07:25:55:

In Reply to: A Pic of Annie's Part of the Yard posted by turtlemom on April 30, 2003 at 13:22:05:

Cute doghouse! Eventually you'll have to make something since
no comercial things are designed for walking tanks to live in.
I'm sure you know that already! lol! I really bet she's a female,
which would be great. Seems the bigger they get the less likely
they are to try to climb anything, and Teddy has yet to dig much
other than tossing mud onto his back. I was going to try some
cinder blocks and landscaping poles to make a sorta portable
fenced area extension so he can graze there when I'm home, but
my husband has been too busy to let me borrow the truck. Can't
put those things in my van! Maybe today I hope. Then I can let
the backyard grow high, as long as the part I want to be responsible
for is "fenced off" so he knows where the wild part is and the
part that can be mowed. Chainlink doesn't seem to be a problem,
she won't climb it (some types might). Teddy has fallen into
the crawl space hole in the back yard twice, such a clutz, but
I was there.



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