My dog has an incessant need to lick the metal legs of our kitchen
stools. Love the dog but is there anything that I can coat the legs with
that will discourage from licking them? Thanks for your help.
: >: That road is south of Las Vegas. HWY 15 - Pronounce it!
: >: A clue, it starts with a Z.
: >Ziz icks
: Same here. Passing the road before (many times) I came up with the
: same exact pronunciation.
And the next time you go by you'll think of this thread :-)
I was lucky. I didn't have the locals explain as I past the sign.
I should visit "Ziz icks" and forget about buying fuel in Baker, CA.
'Course I always pass the exit in a hurry. I have enough fuel to get
me to LA :-)
: I was lucky. I didn't have the locals explain as I past the sign.
I was on my way to Vegas from L.A. back in '04 when I saw the sign. I 'had'
to go see what the town looked like. It was mid-afternoon in July, and hot.
There wasn't a soul in sight. I looked around a little, shook my head and
headed back to I-15.
Lol. I grew up on a farm but I got a dog living in this house (to
keep the peace) and he even sleeps in my bed. If he starts any shit
his ass will be living outside, and he appears to have taken my hints.
He's "family", but I love him like a dog because he is a dog and
treating a dog like a dog is best for the dog, as well as everyone
She, however, has no kids so I feel I must capitulate to her need to
nurture and accept what violates a basic premise of my upbringing in
relative silence because that is what appears to be in my own best
The line is drawn, and I have been allowed to draw it, in relative
It is -her- dog, I'm just its master. We compromise, otherwise one of
us would kill the other and have a hard-ass time finding someone else
to tolerate us.
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