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Saturday, June 21, 2008

Got Pet Problems? Get a Sign...

I think most people who live around the area are conscientious of their required dooties, er... duties, as related to walking a dog. But this morning whilst my wife and I were driving around garage-sailing as we like to do on Saturdays, we happened across this yard that made us giggle.These people had a really nice, well maintained lawn and such but apparently were tired of people letting their dogs conduct bid'ness on it.And since apparently most people don't heed these types of signs, they had another sign to make the point. People really shouldn't put hats on their dogs. No wonder they tend to crap on lawns.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

..........dogs and hats..and a broom..with specs...straight and to the point..couldnt be cuter ... then maybe... odie..snoopy..mutts..scoobie-doo..scrappy-doo..what about cats..they leave their business..and get away with it..because why.....equal rights..for these feline foes..boo...

Anonymous said...

..the dog is a direct image of mr.peabody..lacking his human companion..sherman..this is the works of a baby-boomer..so tom and jerry signs will go up next..lets get rid of the stray cats who feel the need to relieve themselves on yards as well...soon tweety signs will follow..................

Albatross said...

Uh, wouldn't a shovel work better for picking it up? A broom looks so much like the wrong tool for the job.

Maureen said...

Look at the steam coming off that pile. That's gross.

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