no more ants in dog dish.

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i made this out of stuff i had, the little feet are floating pistions from a shock, i just put some cooking oil in them,and glued some rubber on them to keep it from sliding around.
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let the little bastard try to swim though these.
 

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i made this out of stuff i had, the little feet are floating pistions from a shock, i just put some cooking oil in them,and glued some rubber on them to keep it from sliding around. View attachment 2085803 View attachment 2085804 let the little bastard try to swim though these.
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Diatomaceous earth will take care of these ants.
Just sprinkle a bit on their tract, they go back, groom each other, and bleed out.
 

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Great IDEA Thanks for the tip :)
 

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How do you keep the dog from just licking up all the cooking oil? Theres no way my dog would leave it alone.
so far she has not messed with it.
 

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