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Planted a tree in the yard yesterday. Started putting everything away, neighbor's dog marks his territory, then my dog marks, then another neighborhood dog marks, and this continues until I was able to get some steel post placed and fence up. I'll bet that poor tree got marked 20 times in 5 minutes. Don't think the tree would have survived very long with that kind of watering. Dogs did give me a funny look. :roll:
 

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Now they will just mark the fence.

What kind of tree was it and how big? How about pictures (excluding the dogs while marking).
 

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bill z said:
Now they will just mark the fence.

What kind of tree was it and how big? How about pictures (excluding the dogs while marking).
Tree is an Oak about 3 feet tall. About 2 months ago wife decided she wanted an Oak tree in the yard. Had to wait until the trees leafed out so I could Identify what variety trees were. Just went out into my woods and got one.
 

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The dogs were using the doggie postal service. Leaving mail on the tree and the next one reads it and leaves his comment!
 

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I just wonder if you planted the tree in "their spot"? :?: :shock:
 

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Jim in NC said:
I just wonder if you planted the tree in "their spot"? :?: :shock:
Actualy, I think any place inthe yard is consider their spot :)
 
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