Dogs, leads and Chickens?   2 comments

Unless you are lucky enough to live in the countryside it is always better, for all concerned, to keep you dog on a lead.

However being tugged around by a pooch isn’t a lot of fun. But happily there is help at hand!

Clever Chickens

So if you are tired of being dragged around by your dog, help is at hand happily.


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2 responses to “Dogs, leads and Chickens?

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  1. BOL I met chickens as a wee pup so I don’t want to chase them. Pheasants are way more fun! Yes, us country pupkins are lucky not having to be in a lead all the time. Trips into town are exciting but I have to be on a lead then because I get overcome by all the new smells and I like to go in shops.

    • There’s nothing wrong with a bit of shopping.

      When we lived in Charmouth the local butcher had a water bowl of water outside his shop for dogs, mainly to drink from I think!

      Better still he allowed dogs and their owners to enter the shop and if the dog was we’ll behaved, didn’t kick up,too much sawdust etc., they usually left with a large Marrow bone.

      Imagine Tescos doing that, or indeed any shop being allowed to under the over protective laws in the UK.

      And yes the grocers had a shop (Tabby Cat) who made himself comfortable on a bentwood chair. You don’t see that these days. There was sawdust on the wooden floorboard there too! In fact sawdust was everywhere in local shops I recall.

      Mind you that was over 55 years ago, gosh I’m old!

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