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Old 22.08.2012, 22:41
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Typically Canadian .... too friendly for their own good.
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Late one evening a few months ago, one of our dogs was sitting in garden staring at something next to the curb just outside the fence. We could not get her to come inside. Finally we went to take a look and saw a hedgehog all curled up.

To this day that dog still goes to that same spot every night waiting for the hedgehog to appear.
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Old 23.08.2012, 09:14
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Typically Canadian .... too friendly for their own good.
it ( being Canadian ) never did me much harm.
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Late one evening a few months ago, one of our dogs was sitting in garden staring at something next to the curb just outside the fence. We could not get her to come inside. Finally we went to take a look and saw a hedgehog all curled up.

To this day that dog still goes to that same spot every night waiting for the hedgehog to appear.

Well it finally happened. Abby is delighted her friend has returned. But this time he is inside the garden, near the patio, which is covered. I have so many leaves on the ground, maybe he has found a cozy place to nest.
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You're correct! I have seen my share of racoons, and the novelty wears off when they knock over your trashcans and spread it out all over the yard.

These little fellows seem harmless. My kiddo would have gotten a kick out of seeing "Sonic" live and in-person.
Yep I take 2 dozen Hedghog for one Racoon, I alse prefer Skunks to Racoons
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