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Krista
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Around my house I don’t see much wild animal activity (scat) although I know we have a pair of foxes, several wild ducks due to living by a pond, coons, and skunks. Although I’m sure many others come at night to drink. There are wild rabbits around I’m sure I’ve just not seen any around my yard. I’ve seen them down the neighborhood though. The farm has many wild animals since it is in the middle of nowhere. Where I walk him is in a field where there is Timothy and fescue grass. I’ve seen deer and coyote scat, but we haven’t seen rabbits on the trail cams in over a year. We think the coyotes and bobcat killed them off.

Weather wise it is usually cool out between October to March. April it stays around 60 and rains. Toward May it starts getting hot (around 70°F) and stays that way till August.
Bilbo is completely healthy right now .-. I almost feel like I should just keep a tube of the panacur around in case he does get sick.

Bilbo will also be going with me to Montana whenever I visit my dad this summer. There’s no way I’d trust even my boyfriend to watch him. I’m iffy just letting someone watch my indoor dog, Doc. I don’t trust boarding kennels >.> If I take him to Montana it won’t be like I’m taking him to Yellowstone though since that’s asking for trouble. Not allowed to bring pets in anyways. He would be taking hops near the apartment which is next to a cornfield. I may take him to the field, depends on the condition it is in when I go.