Spot Not Much of a Gaurd Dog

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He Comes in the garage about 2-3 times a week, and has for the last 4 years. Between the dog food and the bugs he does very well. His burrow is about 100 yds out in the grass. We keep a flag at his location so we won't run over him with a mower. If you look on the middle of his shell, you can see where I mark him with a yellow metal paint marker every spring.

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I'd love to have a wild turtle living in my yard, very cool.
 
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Kool! Does Spot like playing fetch the stick? Okay Spot I threw the stick, see ya in a couple of days.:biggrin:

Cheers

Ted:smile:

We have taken him to several agility competitions. We take the motor home because it is always an all day affair (for the first run). :biggrin:
 
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Is he a watch tuttle or an attack tuttle? can I barrow him to watch my house when I am away?

At my house he is more of a watch turtle. If you borrow him I would suggest a choke chain. These guys are unpredictable in new locations.:biggrin:
 

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