When your dogs eat June Bugs
the results are predictable
The June bugs have returned.
This year is one of those years.
There seem to be hoards of them.
Six years ago things were like this.
Six years ago our dogs were still puppies.
Six years ago the dogs ate June bugs.
They ate a lot of June bugs.
Though this never resulted in a vet visit, this consumption of phillophaga wasn’t without complications.
June bugs have spiny, crooked legs that are left undigested by the common young dog.
Apparently. From what the eye test says. Undigestable.
Despite how jagged.
Despite how jankey.
These two small dogs had the capability to pass these June bugs.
This June bug leg passing was not fun for the two furry ones.
This was apparent by the look on their faces.
This June bug leg passing was not fun on my end either.
The tactile experience of picking up dog excrement is one that dog owners don’t talk about frequently. Likely because its gross. Likely because its something that many dog owners do, few likely because, deep down, if we could get away with it,…
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