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Quirky dog advertisment leaves Facebook users giggling

MOST dog owners can relate to the frustration of having a furry companion that keeps digging holes in the ground.

But most don't get so frustrated with this behaviour that the only thing they can do is find a new home for the canine at the centre of the hole digging.

Except for Ashley Walker.

Ashley's 'free dog' Facebook advertisement left users in giggles overnight.

"I am giving away my dog. He is much loved but he needs to go as he keeps digging holes and it is getting quite dangerous. Picture of dog provided."

Ashley Walker: I am giving away my dog. He is much loved but he needs to go as he keeps digging holes and it is getting quite dangerous. Picture of dog provided.
Ashley Walker: I am giving away my dog. He is much loved but he needs to go as he keeps digging holes and it is getting quite dangerous. Picture of dog provided.

Facebook users left just as quirky comments on the post, such as 'is he house trained?', 'I need him to do some fence post holes for me' and 'does he take the bins out too.'

Topics:  animals, dog, facebook, pets




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