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Old 10-08-2018, 08:23 AM   #1
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Doggie door in trailer

Guess the owners need to install a doggie door

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Old 10-08-2018, 09:32 AM   #2
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I would have no need for a doggie door if I came back to that....dog would be gone.
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Lol. DW said dog would need to be “re-homed”, I said that would be doggie heaven.
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Awesome pics!

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My first instinct would be to send the little critter to doggie heaven.

But it's not his fault. He was probably freaking out about being left in an unfamiliar environment. High energy dog + little to no training + unfamiliar environment = disaster.
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My first instinct would be to send the little critter to doggie heaven.

But it's not his fault. He was probably freaking out about being left in an unfamiliar environment. High energy dog + little to no training + unfamiliar environment = disaster.
Yup. I bet that before the 'breakout', the dog had warned them by unsuccessfully scratching at doors.
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At least the dog is not a runner, he is still home.
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