Kona is a very high maintenance dog that is constantly getting into trouble. Yesterday I was weeding in the garden and Kona came in and sat in the shade beneath the garden gate. I glanced up and saw her chewing on something and thought, “It is sure nice just to have her content and occupying herself. I resumed my weeding, assuming that Kona had picked up another stick and was chewing on it.
I was wrong.
What Kona was chewing on was one of my small cabbage plants. You can see it in the photo, laying in the grass, just below Kona’s leg.
I then noticed that she had pulled up several of the other cabbage plants.
Kona probably didn’t know why I was mad at her, but I had to express my feelings. I took two of the damaged cabbage plants she had pulled out, and stuck them back into the soil, and watered them. They still had a few roots, so I hope they will grow.
I thought that being fenced in with me in the garden was a safe place for Kona to be. I was mistaken.
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