to go for a walk on my own for 15 minutes and have a good old roll in fox poo before returning home?

(156 Posts)
Owllady Thu 13-Jun-13 12:54:04

signed
Owllady's dog

<sigh>

is it that time of year again already?

KittensoftPuppydog Thu 13-Jun-13 12:57:36

Fox poo! You want to eat that, not roll in it, mate!
KittensoftPuppydog's doggie.

MidniteScribbler Thu 13-Jun-13 12:58:56

Fox poo sounds intriguing. I will swap you for some kangaroo poo which is lovely to roll in and we can have a cultural exchange?

Midnite's dog(s).

SparkyTGD Thu 13-Jun-13 13:03:36

grin

My fav is big juicy horse poo, yummy

with rabbit poo dessert

(Sparkys dog)

WileyRoadRunner Thu 13-Jun-13 13:04:45

Oh no my dog eats up rabbit poo like it's chocolate drops.

Fresh horse poo only though <boak> and fox and geese poo is strictly for rolling.

MaxPepsi Thu 13-Jun-13 13:06:21

I like to eat sheep poo, great big clumps of it, and I like to toss it in the air gleefully and watch is scatter.

Max's dog.

ps - max goes apeshit (but won't share it) when I try and roll in fox poo due to the possibility of getting mange so rubs me down with disinfectant which I hate so I've stopped doing it now!

Why do you want to go out when you could just empty the bin all over the floor?

Workings dog

SoupDragon Thu 13-Jun-13 13:09:17

I went for a run through my neighbours gardens last week!
It was FABULOUS!
There was a POND!
There were FOXES!
I picked up a TIC!
I got PIZZA when I found my owner again!

SoupDoggyDogg

diddl Thu 13-Jun-13 13:14:01

Of course YANBU.

Sometimes owners just don't let you do exactly what you want on a walk so you have no option but to sneak out.

Hope your owner isn't as stupid as mine-she washes the poo offhmm

diddldog

wriggletto Thu 13-Jun-13 13:17:06

I find if you work it right into your collar, the fragrance lasts longer, then if you get it on your ears there's a 'layering' effect.

Oh, sorry, thought this was the Style & Beauty boards.

BTW does anyone have a shampoo that protects the smell, rather than washing it out like so many high street brands do?

Wriggledoggle

wriggletto Thu 13-Jun-13 13:18:40

(My owner said I was going to 'get hosed when we got home'. I thought we were in line for a Great Gatsby style cocktail party. Apparently not.)

TheOneAndOnlyAllan Thu 13-Jun-13 13:19:39

I once went for a picnic with toddler DS, baby DD and some friends. He decided the middle of nowhere was a good place to poo his pants. I took him behind a bush to get him out of the dirty ones, clean and change him. A dog appeaered out of nowhere and ate the poo, followed by the owner who looked at me like it was my fault.

ChestyNut Thu 13-Jun-13 13:20:27

YANBU

Sometimes a dog needs a little alone time.

Not for me tho, I'm going to lounge all over the human all afternoon and cry and bark incessantly at her.

She's not a very clever human, doesn't understand me even when I shout.

All I want is some of the orange stuff out of the big white food box in the kitchen hmm

Poo eating is soooo last century.

Yours

ChestyDog.

JollyShortGiant Thu 13-Jun-13 13:22:42

I went to the beach yesterday. I found a long dead seagull. It was amazing. I rolled in it and chewed it. My owner kept trying to drag me away saying it was smelly. Why else would I be rolling in it?

Jolly's DM's dog

FryingNemo Thu 13-Jun-13 13:23:28

Fox poo is at its best this time of year. Especially when regurgitated down the back of the sofa.
Nemo's sister's dogs.

Fenton Thu 13-Jun-13 13:23:40

I like scratching, me.

I scratch and scratch and scratch, it drives my owner bonkers - she's convinced there's something wrong with me, but Oh No - my skin is lovely and comfortable and my coat is great, besides she has spends a fortune keeping me topped up with all the flea, tic, worms, lung worm, EVERYTHING medicine so I'm clean as a whistle.

I. Just. Love. To. Scratch.

<snigger>

FentonDog

SaskiaRembrandtVampireHunter Thu 13-Jun-13 13:24:23

YABU - you should hang around outside the bakers looking cute and pathetic until an old lady comes out and gives you a sausage roll.

Alternatively, you could charge up and down the street with your human chasing you. It's even more fun if you let them catch up to you, then speed off in the opposite direction. My human loves this game!

yours,
Saskia's Dog

CinnabarRed Thu 13-Jun-13 13:24:29

Nothing is as good as dead sheep for proper rolling....

Cinnabar's ex-dog, reporting from heaven

higgle Thu 13-Jun-13 13:26:17

Yes, whatever you eat be sure to sick it up so you can eat it again, twice the fun

Higgle's dog.

Littleballofhate Thu 13-Jun-13 13:27:56

Dogs are stupid and smell of poo.
Felinely Yours, Little Ball Cat

Owllady Thu 13-Jun-13 13:28:05

sorry nodded off

I tried a dead muntjac once but it was nowhere near as fragrant as the fox poo, which is much better than that issey miyake muck she wears.

Owldog

<sighs farts nods off>

Ezza1 Thu 13-Jun-13 13:38:19

<nods sagely at Little Balls Cat>

Dirty, foul, uncouth canines angry

Signed Ezzas cats.

CinnamonAddict Thu 13-Jun-13 13:38:36

Hmmm I envy you!
Haven't had a good roll in ages.
Can recommend gobbling up chicken bones found on the street.
Was yummy, and I got loads of attention afterwards, whole family crowding around me, stroking me and making a fuss.

CinnamonDog

ps MidniteDog, please send some Kangaroo poo, sounds lovely. Will post fox poo, real quality urban fox poo.

ifyourehoppyandyouknowit Thu 13-Jun-13 13:42:36

HoppyCat left a dead squirrel on the patio last week. Equal parts horrified and impressed.

I then began to suspect that he hadn't killed the squirrel himself as he's about as subtle in his movements as a brick through a window. I think the squirrel was finding life a bit bleak and meaningless and decided to end it all and HoppyCat just found it and claimed it as his own.

Killed a baby magpie this week as well.

I like to eat poo, my owner loves it when it breathe it right into her face, and I love to roll in fox poo and howl with ectasy so the hole neighbourhood can hear me. I think the poo makes me snore really loudly as well.

Stepdog

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