ha ha here is my related story ....
I had a cow slaughtered on premises ... it took all day - I was exhausted - so was planning to bury all the yuckie parts the next morning .... that night the barn burned down (all horses were outside and ok) but I didn't even have a hand spade left to dig .... the pile of yuckie was there until the excavators came ... about a week. Needless to say, I had a LOT going on that week .... and shovel shopping was not on top of the list.
The neighbor's dog loved the issue ... she was very angry I didn't dispose of the pile right away - and even when I said I don't even have a small shovel left .... was not happy. From that day forward a casual but nice neighborly relationship is now cold. Seems a shame since it was a catastrophy not neglect ... and since it was all totally on my property anyway ..... I'm still sad and a little confused at what the deal was that turned this lady so cold toward me about this issue.
That said - I feel for you - yuckie dog yak is gross ... and it doesn't take too much time to buy the guts with a small folding hand shovel.
I don't understand why she got all bent out of shape....as you say it was on your property. I'm not really complaining since the dogs were on the neighbors property, but at 0430am that was not a rational thought.... Unfortunately, Beagles have great scent noses, so anything upwind smells delicious.......the older, more nasty the better...........
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