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Old 06-26-2020, 01:40 PM
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Old 06-27-2020, 03:47 AM
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Re: Protective shoulder cape

I was going to ask how you folks deal with shoulder poop. I once had a nice t-shirt collection, but they are now all vented. It's good that I rather enjoy the feel of sharp nails, but sometimes Mango gets me when he's gnawing away.

I tried a hand towel once and Mango had in on the ground in 5 minutes. I think I'd pass on the bib.
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Re: Protective shoulder cape

Quote: Originally Posted by ctwo View Post
I was going to ask how you folks deal with shoulder poop. I once had a nice t-shirt collection, but they are now all vented. It's good that I rather enjoy the feel of sharp nails, but sometimes Mango gets me when he's gnawing away.

I tried a hand towel once and Mango had in on the ground in 5 minutes. I think I'd pass on the bib.
Like I said in my post above, I use a dungaree/denim jacket, and I also have a few denim shirts. I have a huge collection...I get old, cheap ones at Goodwill.

Whenever Archie is going to be shouldered, I put on the “uniform.” He can crap and nibble away all he wants.

I’m trying to teach him to say, “Get the jacket.”
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