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  1. So this is the usual state my grass is when spring eventually decides to hit this part of the world. Peeing Scottie girl patches! I am always amazed that after a good rake, sun and rain, all those patches turn green again. Ready yet again for the winter pee patrol. Every dog we have ever had...yes let's train them to go on one spot.....somehow we never get around to it. When is -40 you just want your dog to go potty and get the heck back inside. As we don't have our baby Cairn boy yet, the bushes are actually looking fine. Jock nearly did them all in.

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