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acemonkey acemonkey 6 years
I'm glad to know that other dog owners have dogs that dig in the trash looking for tampons and q-tips. My dog is the world's worst about digging out q-tips. I learned to buy the tampons with the cardboard appicator and I don't have the tampon issue anymore. It is pretty icky though.
Yogaforlife Yogaforlife 6 years
Smacks - you made me lol - fetching toy on his lap!
Smacks83 Smacks83 6 years
Yoga, its kinda gross but very true! My last dog used to hunt down used tampons/pads out of the trash. Once I was hanging out with my bf when my dog came over with a "new fetching toy"! which the dog the gingerly dropped in my bf's lap. The next day I bought a trashcan with a heavy lid.
Yogaforlife Yogaforlife 6 years
I'd say tampons/q-tips should be on the list for out of reach items (used ones that is!). My female dog loves anything with my scent - she rubs herself all over my bra, underwear, armpits of clothing I've worn, even the towel I use to dry off. I used to wrap my used tampons and throw them in the trash until my pup discovered them. Once she discovered them in the trash, I would catch her looking in the bathroom trash can every time it was that time of month for me. I now carry them down to the kitchen and throw them away in a trash can she can't get into. Disgusting I know, but I can't help she loves me that much ;-) At least that is what I tell myself since she has no interest in anything with my hubby's scent.
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