The Daily Cuppa
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The Daily Cuppa

Painting by Susan Alison

Mmmmmm … it’s wild garlic season.

Garlic is also known as the ‘stinking rose’ — maybe it’s the stinky bit that appeals so strongly to this doggo who simply revels in the vast expanses of wild garlic in the woods …

In fact, he’s positively high on the aroma.

Please note — dogs should not eat garlic. They can, however, enjoy the stinkiness without coming to harm. Much like rolling in fox poo …

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