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#1 of 3 Old 01-24-2011, 03:57 PM - Thread Starter
 
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So we started our raw diet tonight.  Wanted to supervise him so we fed him while we were right there.  He took it, was very excited, didn't really seem to know quite what to make of it.


Then promptly turned, ran out the doggie door and came back in.  Without the turkey.

 

Mental note....close doggie door next time.  Locking him in the kitchen with us is kind of pointless otherwise.  DOH!


We both went out with him to try and find it but, well, it is gone.

 

LOL.

 

Closed doggie door, repeated procedure and had success. 

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Oscar often takes his food outside and buries it. I think he retrieves it most of the time, but I am sure there have been a few grateful animals in our yard! He also buries food in his towel, but I retrieve that!

 


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LOL too funny

 

we feed ours outside, but no way are they giving it up to the racoons LOL

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