Best internment for LGD puppy?

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You must have pissed her off something awful for her to give the eggs to the dog instead of you. Have you tried offering an olive branch?
Nah, just let her do what she wants to. She's happy, he's happy, life is good for both of them. Now she has figured out that if she heads me off before I get to the gate with Sentry's food bowl in the evenings, I'll give her some dog food.
 

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She is ensuring a long life at your place, who could eat that much personality!?!
 

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Oh..geez...
' It is safest to bury a pet a few feet deep, The animal should be wrapped in something that is biodegradable, like newspaper or cardboard, and then buried, it is safest to put something heavy on top of the refilled hole.
 

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Update::: Sheera is doing amazing and we have lost a big 0 chickens from predators since we’ve had her, she Counts them every night, she checks on them, she is sad for one that has a poopy butt, and she knows when we get new chickens(she doesn’t like newcomers much, but eventually excepts them). Thank you all for all the impit you gave. She turned out great with a bit of work, and we are working on more every day.
 

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Update::: Sheera is doing amazing and we have lost a big 0 chickens from predators since we’ve had her, she Counts them every night, she checks on them, she is sad for one that has a poopy butt, and she knows when we get new chickens(she doesn’t like newcomers much, but eventually excepts them). Thank you all for all the impit you gave. She turned out great with a bit of work, and we are working on more every day.
That's such good news! Love a good update. :love
 

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We will upload pictures when we get some. I am always going outside to work and never remember to take the phone with me.

We have a question for any LGD owners. Do you need to brush or bathe them? When we pet her she feels so dirty and gross especially underneath her thick fur.
 

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She probably IS dirty at least in the fur. I expect she will soon "blow coat" for the warmer weather. She might appreciate having some of that combed out as it gets loose.
 

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