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Lawn burning and others things to complain about

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Old October 21st 03, 10:02 PM
This Old Man
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Default Lawn burning and others things to complain about

Months ago I noticed when bring the dog down and outside our condo to let
him pee he likes to pee in the same spot of the patch of luscious green
grass. And after a while I noticed that part of the grass was not green any
more. Since I haven't had a dog living with me regularly since I was a kid
this was a surprise because I couldn't remember this as a kid. even since I
noticed the "burning" I always try to shoosh him away from peeing the same
spot and with pretty good results - the grass looks a lot better and he's a
very good dog so he doesn't really mind. But I noticed a lawn down the
street - a lawn that used to be beautiful - is now filled with the same kind
of "burnt" spots. Now I'm reluctant to walk my dog that way in case someone
wants to point a finger at me. Especially because my dog always pees in from
of my condo - he usually can't wait until we get that far down the street.
This lawn burning is something I never noticed before we got this dog and
now I'm like some kind of freak for noticing this stuff and I don't want to
be accused of ruining the neighborhood, like I don't have enough crap to
worry about, i.e. always bringing a baggy to pick up the poop and people
giving you dirty looks for letting the dog poop there even if you do pick it
up. If this dog wasn't so good - and I swear only my dog is this good - I
wouldn't have a dog. Too much BS to put up with!


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