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22-Jan-2010, 07:43 PM #1
Do Moles and Dogs Mix?
I know this is another weird question about animals, but I have to ask. Our dog has befriended a mole. I am very serious. If we don't let him out when the mole is around he lays and cries/weeps on his blanket. Are moles dangerous ...that is do they carry diseases, do they bite...you know...all that stuff. I thought at first he was just curious, but he is obsessed the little animal. Any help will be appreciated.
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22-Jan-2010, 08:11 PM #2
I think the mole has surfaced because of the heavy rain.
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22-Jan-2010, 09:09 PM #3
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I know this is another weird question about animals, but I have to ask. Our dog has befriended a mole. I am very serious. If we don't let him out when the mole is around he lays and cries/weeps on his blanket. Are moles dangerous ...that is do they carry diseases, do they bite...you know...all that stuff. I thought at first he was just curious, but he is obsessed the little animal. Any help will be appreciated.
Moles aren't normally a threat to dogs but they are prone to diseases as are most animals, especially rabies though it's not common, they can bite if threatened but usually they wouldn't be bothersome.
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22-Jan-2010, 09:23 PM #4
Thanks Dotty. I think he went back underground. This dog loves all animals, even birds.
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22-Jan-2010, 09:27 PM #5
you're welcome Gabriel, remember moles are nocturnal and blind so really don't pose a threat, dogs are playful and perhaps the mole would be the one who should worry if it pops up and the dog's hungry or angry
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23-Jan-2010, 11:43 AM #6
OMG my sides are busting from laughing at myself.
The previous thread I read was about hamburger (I picked it from the reference list at right column this site) so when I saw your thread title "MOLES AND DOGS" I assumed it was about mole (the mexican/chocolate sauce) and hot dogs!
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OMG my sides are busting from laughing at myself.
The previous thread I read was about hamburger (I picked it from the reference list at right column this site) so when I saw your thread title "MOLES AND DOGS" I assumed it was about mole (the mexican/chocolate sauce) and hot dogs!
(still snickering)

OMG, I'll be laughin' with you knotbored
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