Pets in the Garden

Sometimes it's hard to strike a balance between keeping the flower beds pristine and providing fun and relaxation for our pets. Readers share images of their furry critters completely at home in the garden.

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RMSer winterpark says her "camera hogs" always try to get into the picture. The subject of her photo was supposed to be her ponytail palm, registered as the oldest in Florida, until one of the dogs popped in.

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