iluvk9 wrote:I am so grossed out, I will have to sell the house. Missy, I am coming to Georgia tomorrow.
iluvk9 wrote:TheRedQueen wrote:He knocked on the door politely, and the dogs invited him in for tea and biscuits.
I can see Truman doing that.
Malli wrote:might have been a dog who brought one in thinking it'd be tasty.
There is a dog at work who is a slug licker, and their natural defenses, well, they don't stop her and I have to wipe congealed slug slime off of and from the inside of her mouth. Maybe Truman thought it was an acorn?
iluvk9 wrote:Hello???? Bob and Noel!!! There was ONE slimey chubba on the wall in my den. I am not going to set up The Fortress of Slugs to keep OTHERS away. There will BE no more IN my home.
Hoyden wrote:iluvk9 wrote:Hello???? Bob and Noel!!! There was ONE slimey chubba on the wall in my den. I am not going to set up The Fortress of Slugs to keep OTHERS away. There will BE no more IN my home.
Okay. I just figured I'd give you some options to keep them OUT of your house & kill them if they somehow find some teeeny tiny crevasse to creep through.
Hoyden wrote:Diatomaceous Earth and salt kills slugs fast, it dries them out. No more squwoooooosh under feet.
Or you can drown them in stale beer, but make sure your dogs can't drink the beer. I put a neat little plastic mesh over the top. Let's slugs in, keeps dog tongues out.
Or you can adopt some chickens or ducks to eat them. Chickens lay eggs. I'm sure Truman would love boiled eggs. (You can make boiled eggs, right?)
Leave out dog/cat food to attract possums who will eat them.
OR you can build a little pond so you can have a turtle that will eat them. I'm not sure how effective a turtle would be though. Turtle racing for the slug vs. slug getting in the house. It might be a close race.
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