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Old 01-16-2019, 03:02 PM   #1
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Anybody ever come back to this?
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Old 01-16-2019, 03:19 PM   #2
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Almost . It did not happen in my motorhome , but in my house. We had just picked up a new Papillon puppy and she had always had someone with her. One day we had to leave her alone for a few hours. We put her in her room and left for town . When we returned and opened the door to her room ,we found she had clawed her way through the drywall in the room and was working on the wall to the other side of the wall. I'm sure if we were an hour later she would have made it out. Since then, she gets free run of the house and there are no problems.
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Had that happen to us in an apt in Kansas City when i returned from classes one day, never in the MH
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Looks like it's time for a metal kennel with a solid catch or lock on the door. My daughter had a dog that didn't like being left alone at home or in the RV. Didn't' bark, just destroyed. A solid kennel did the trick but they did have to reinforce the latch mechanism to keep the dog from getting it open.
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Luckily, no but they can annoy the neighbors if we leave them too long so start yapping. We take them with us as much as possible out of couresy to others.
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Result of lack of proper training- for-both owner and pet.
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Result of lack of proper training- for-both owner and pet.
Not quite, but did tear the wiring for stairs up, had to fix. I now block door/steps to door.
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Have you seen the full set of photos? The indoor side is just as brutal!
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Australian Shepherds need to be exercised until they are worn out. I agree with the kennel approach.
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Australian Shepherds need to be exercised until they are worn out. I agree with the kennel approach.

Not that it makes any difference, I think it's an Australian Cattle Dog.

And don't pre-judge without all the facts, Timmy might have been in the well.
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Without a doubt and I may be the only one agreeing with you but I have had boxers and pit bulls and have never ever had anything destroyed \. Worse damage ver done was a roll of toilet paper was unrolled.
I do realize cattle dogs are wired differently than lesser energy dogs but if you have one of these dogs it needs to be exhausted before leaving it alone.
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We had adopted a lab that his previous owner had died and man did Spirit ever have separation issues. We come home from work one day to find that he had clawed the house door really quite bad trying to get outside. If we left him outside he would get into trouble escaping the yard and showing our old Goldie how to escape. When we tried putting him on a line well then the neighbors paid as we were told all he did was howl. Unfortunately due to many different circumstances we had to find him another home. But that shows you that you cant judge the owners or dog as to not being properly trained.
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Well now isn't that a nasty thing. I have a decal on the outside rear basement door of our look alike dog a Bernese Mountain Dog busting his way out of the door. It might be a hoot but the looks and such as the cars pass us by is out of this world! Funny stuff I'd say!
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