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Guy   San Luis Obispo, CA

10/8/2010 7:21:41 AM

I agree. A friend of a friend's lining once suffered quite badly when a dog got in her pond. It leaked everywhere and she couldn't keep her water in. The mess was terrible.

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Alex   Boston, MA

10/8/2010 7:16:06 AM

Jim makes a lot of sense, as a man who's experienced the liner rip while his dog was actually in the pond - it makes quite the mess, and the smell is horrendous!

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jim   chicago, IL

10/8/2010 7:12:55 AM

I understand your concern Karen regarding the thickness of a pond liner, there can be nothing worse than getting the inside of your pond torn as this could leadd to many hygiene issues.

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Alex   Boston, MA

10/8/2010 7:09:11 AM

it's not often that my dog ventures into the pond, but when it does he usually comes out smelling delightful. I would advise everyone to let their dog take a dip in the pond every once in a while.

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Guy   San Luis Obispo, CA

10/8/2010 7:04:09 AM

Interesting, but I'm not sure a dog would fit in a pond in my backyard. It could get its nose wet, but it wouldn't be able to move around much

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Jim   chicago, IL

10/8/2010 6:56:22 AM

Great article, I feel this will really help me with my upcoming Dog Pond activities. I have passed this article onto some of my colleagues who are also interested in getting their dog in the pond

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Karen   Ann Arbor, MI

7/13/2010 7:31:39 AM

Good article but too general, would like more details about thickeness of liners (so dog claws don't puncture them) etc.

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