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Until my younger daughter gets her property fenced, my grandpuppy’s home is with us.  She is 2 years old and has lived with hubby and me most of her life.  So you could say we‘re raising a grandpuppy!

She does not allow any flower to be planted or live in MY backyard because she has claimed my garden area.  Placing low fencing only motivates her to stretch, leap and jump higher.  The vegetables and flowers belong to her. Her quizzical look says I love vegetables and flowers too.  She daintily sniffs the roses on the rosebushes. They remain untouched and I wonder why?lol We know the answer to that question, don’t we!    

Her toys are plentiful and she quickly invites you to join her at play when you come to HER backyard.  She thanks me kindly when she is fed with big kisses on my hand. Quite a polite lil’ miss!  She only enjoys being in her doghouse if it’s on the patio.  Being dressed and  lounging  on her throw-clad carpet  on the patio or in the yard is a favorite pasttime of hers. She is a true sunbather!

This year the backyard will become OUR BACKYARD.  I am getting some fencing that will deter her so that I can expand my gardens besides having my front yard  and side yard garden. It will need to be high and gated so my “sweet puppy girl” can’t enter or dig her way in.

She’ll still own most of the backyard and be able to romp and play, eat and sleep, look pretty and lounge as she is accustom to doing! Just owning a small piece of HER BACKYARD will bring me joy!heart

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