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Tuesday, February 9, 2010

ABC Wed. - "D" = Dogi Pot



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17 comments:

Roger Owen Green said...

Curb your dog! That was a running joke in the movie I Love You, Man. Failure to do so was funny there, but not in real life

anthonynorth said...

Very worthwhile. Thanks for that.

Mrs. Salty said...

How clever is that; a Dogi pot!

LOL

Sylvia K said...

That is great! We have those all over all the parks here in Seattle! And it does help keep things cleaned up, plus you don't have watch where you step over and over again!!! Come home from a walk with clean shoes!!!
Fun post! Have a great week, Barb!

Sylvia

jabblog said...

Splendid!

Leslie: said...

Cute signage! Seems every park has a post where you can get a litter bag and pot where you can deposit the ... er... trash. lol

♥Willa♥ said...

Our local park here have that sign too. Nice take on D! :)
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photowannabe said...

Well I guess that says it all.
Good choice for the letter D.

Tumblewords: said...

Clever reminder - does it work?

Kate said...

Good advice on the sign, and perfrect for the meme!

shopannies said...

I need one of those signs

Manang Kim said...

Nice sign!

D is for Dad

Reader Wil said...

Some signs are really interesting. That would be a subject for a new meme : Remarkable Signs.

Sheila said...

We have them all over the place, though with more ordinary names. If any, now that I think about it.

RuneE said...

Those ought to be all over the world!!!

imac said...

I think its great for the councils to provide these bins, and anyone not using them should be fined.

Rambling Woods said...

That is a great idea..we have a law here, but I am sure that some people don't follow it... You left a comment about my mallard ducks walking in the snow. To answer your questions, yes the ducks' feet can get cold and they can combat that by shutting off the circulation to their feet so it doesn't cool their body down and by tucking their feet up under their body to keep warm. I don't suggest people feed any wild animals, but this winter has been really bad and I only leave some cracked corn or game bird pellets for them as they are the same ducks who nest and raise their young on our pond...Michelle

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