Oh, don't worry, she got PLENTY of other nibbles besides carrots
yesterday! Nothing hazardous, mind you, just the usual little hand-outs
she gets when we're cooking, from carrots to celery to mushrooms to a few
small slivers of ham. She's quite spoiled, I'm afraid. If I could only
train her to eat the WEEDS...
I think she remembered me going out to the garden earlier this fall to
pull carrots. She's also been eating the lettuce that self-seeded earlier
this year, I think.
Hope everybody and their dogs had a lovely Christmas/Solstice/whatever
holiday it is that you celebrate!
--- jan <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> It was Christmas yesterday, couldn't you give that poor dog
> something better to eat than frozen carrots? Poor poor Katie... Mybe we
> should take up a collection to buy her some fresh carrots. Although she
> probably enjoys the thrill of the hunt the same as us Humans do. Do you
> think she could smell those carrots and that's how she found them or did
> she remember getting carrots from you when you wre harvesting in the
> Either way it's pretty cool that she could find and gather carrots.
> No carrots, or apples, or strawberries or mushrooms fo my dogs,
> they all seem to prefer finding long dead things. (although at my old
> there used to be Morels, I found them a few yers and then could never
> them again, so maybe one of the dogs was more the gourmet than I
Do You Yahoo!?
Get your free @yahoo.com address at http://mail.yahoo.com