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        10-02-2013, 12:53 PM
    Originally Posted by jmike    
    i have heard of the soul-sucking plastic bags of doom, and their bigger cousins - the tarp, but I have not found much else

    Looking forward to conquering those levels as well

    Good opportunity to learn, adapt, and overcome --- and my daughter is having just as much fun as I am

    Yes, my boys have spent a lot of time with plastic bags of doom. Even tied a bunch to a surcingle and used him to carry the bags while I picked up trash. :) Also aluminum cans strung together so they bang against each other when he moves. Anything I come across that I think might make them spook I use somehow :) If we come across a ditch, mudpuddle or whatever we will spend as much time as we have to until they quit freaking out about it and cross it quietly. They're allowed to smell it, paw it, ect as long as they think about it and don't freak out anymore.
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