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    hehehehehehehe, great idea.

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    Let's just say I was 'inspired' Di

    Shed fell in our laps though, a friend just bought a house and the previous owners left about 5 sheds in the back yard. There's a caravan too, but the logistics of getting it into the yard were too much for us!

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    It has grass (which is always mowed LOL)
    Play pools
    Own digging area
    big beds
    2 kennels with mattresses inside
    toys
    bones
    big sheltered area with light
    I have a bungee rope tied to my pergola which has a dog toy hanging from it and they can play with that, they love it
    oh and 3 water bowls xD

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    I have a bungee chook thing in my yard at home, gets totally ignored! But I'm thinking of tying a ball to it, that should get the girls' attention at least One advantage to the new kong balls having a crappy hole through them.

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    Sounds great, Meegs!

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    Ok, maybe I spoil my dogs, but my thinking is:
    - the double kennels that have an opening on each side and wall protecting them from wind, etc with a flat roof so they can sit on top
    - Aussie Dog home alone toy - they rock (best money ever spent)
    - lap pool - no humans allowed
    - most importantly, lots of trees and shrubs to attract birds, etc so dogs have lots of things to sniff

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    Aussie dog bungee chook! That's the one I got, opted for budget over the home alone (mistake!) It's been ignored up the back for over a year now, but I'm going to give it a new lease of life.

    Spoiled is good! OH thinks they don't need so much stuff....point is I need them to have it

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    Aussie dog also sell a ball, which is the same ball that is attached to the home alone toy, it rolls around and has something inside it which makes a noise, and it's indestructable, my Rottie absolutely loves it and spends most of her outside time rolling it around the yard.

    Maybe tell OH that when dogs have lots of stuff to occupy them they won't be chewing his favourite things..........a bit of money spent is a lot of money (and sanity) saved in the long run

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    Well OH's dog has had a herd of cows to play with up til now...has to be a pretty good yard to compete with that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by meegsndogs View Post
    Well OH's dog has had a herd of cows to play with up til now...has to be a pretty good yard to compete with that!
    You're right, can't compete with that

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