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Old 04-10-2019, 01:47 PM   #1
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But will the camper be fine.

Oh no. I had a doggy door at home.Click image for larger version

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We had a malamute that chewed his way through our garage door in about a half an hour.
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We were just taking about this one at lunch yesterday. It's been around a while, but still funny,
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Our old dog had a habit of wrecking the screens on the door. The ex decided she was going to take the screen door off and repair it. I didn't realize that the step sensor was on the screen door. I was going to take the rv into town and get propane for our upcoming trip. As soon as I left, I got a call from the ex. The stairs are still down. She was following me into town to get other stuff. Good thing she was. I might have torn my stairs off. The camper was fine. I learned two lessons. The sensor for the stairs is on the screen door, and the dog doesn't like fireworks, so don't put him inside by himself.
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Old 04-10-2019, 04:31 PM   #5
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Y'know, I just rebuilt the hinge side of our Sunstar entry door, and marveled at how flimsy the construction is. An inch and a half of foam sandwiched between an eighth of an inch of fiberglass on the outside and a 16th of an inch or less of melamine or something on the inside. It would be pretty easy to damage or break through, and I can see a dog doing that.


I should post my rebuild over here.
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And some folks fret about buying better locks for their doors.
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And some folks fret about buying better locks for their doors.
If they get past my dog and killer macaw I'll buy them a beer
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