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    Reminds of that simpsons episode where they go around beating snakes on 'whacking day' haha

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    It was much the same lol, the local town I lived in held toad bounties.

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    will they be in our pool? and can we still swim in it if they are?

    God, I dont even go in the backayrd at night. I stand under the porch and let the dogs go hard. I have heard them a few times trying to attack stuff out there, even saw them trying to climb a tree for soemthing last night. Theres so many trees and stuff that I cant even always see them.

    I would love to do a meet up, though dont know that I could bring either of my dogs LMAO. Pippi is DA (small dog syndrome hard out) and Barney has leash aggression, though he is great with dogs introduced at our place but I dont know what he would be like in a "group session"

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    Yeah they will get into your pool.
    But like others here have said, ticks are by far a bigger problem to dogs. When i lived on the Gold Coast Hinterland i had to check every day for ticks. My old lab would love going off into the bush and he always had a couple on him.
    I would be keen to catch up to but with kids sports, work and been 5-6 hours from brisbane it would take a bit of planning to be able to make it. Plus i'm still a week and a half from even having a dog, then we need vaccinations etc. If somthing gets organised though, i'd do my best to get there for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean View Post
    Yeah they will get into your pool.
    But like others here have said, ticks are by far a bigger problem to dogs. When i lived on the Gold Coast Hinterland i had to check every day for ticks. My old lab would love going off into the bush and he always had a couple on him.
    I would be keen to catch up to but with kids sports, work and been 5-6 hours from brisbane it would take a bit of planning to be able to make it. Plus i'm still a week and a half from even having a dog, then we need vaccinations etc. If somthing gets organised though, i'd do my best to get there for sure.
    I was thinking of organising a fair bit in advanced. Ie: Not until November maybe? And then organise to go somewhere were there is a place for the dogs to swim and cool off etc.

    Sorry you have probably said but what sort of dog are you getting?

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    Sounds good K&P.

    I'll be picking up a 8 week old Bullmastiff male in about 10 days time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean View Post
    Sounds good K&P.

    I'll be picking up a 8 week old Bullmastiff male in about 10 days time.
    Oh awesome!! Bull Mastiffs are gorgeous. Congrats.

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    Yea we do a tick check every night. The dogs already know when its time to lie down and have a check and they also know that after tick check its bed time LOL

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