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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 09-18-2012, 02:36 PM Thread Starter
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Talking New Random Babble Thread...

When you just want to announce quick thoughts, disasters and successes and not bother with a new thread...


SUCCESS!! I left Jack out of his crate while I went to the grocery. Came home and everything is okay. We are thinking of not crating him at night. little steps...

Of course, I made sure that nothing was left out for him to chew.

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When you just want to announce quick thoughts, disasters and successes and not bother with a new thread...


SUCCESS!! I left Jack out of his crate while I went to the grocery. Came home and everything is okay. We are thinking of not crating him at night. little steps...

Of course, I made sure that nothing was left out for him to chew.

Yay!! 2 Snaps for you
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Well, Pam, I will vicariously bathe in your success, cuz I don't think that is going to happen any time soon here - with Mr. Finn. That is great!

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Good for you and Jack! How old is he?
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I tried letting TIllie have free roam early in the summer. She did great, BUT she showed signifcant signs of stress (panting, pacing, etc) for hours after we got home... so I decided it would be best for her to be crated still when I am gone. she is happy and safe and it's what she has come to know...

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Jack is 2. I would like to be able to let him sleep wherever at night. He still fits in his crate but I think it is a little on the small side. Every morning he staggers out and does a huge stretch. He naps in the open crate all the time.

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Jack is 2. I would like to be able to let him sleep wherever at night. He still fits in his crate but I think it is a little on the small side. Every morning he staggers out and does a huge stretch. He naps in the open crate all the time.
I'm just thinking that even an airline makes you show them that a dog can stand up and turn around in a crate. Can he do that? If not you may seriously think about getting him a bigger one for all night. I'm glad he was a good boy when you were gone!

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It isn't that small for him. It just doesn't have the 6" of extra length, maybe only 2" extra. He still can sleep stretched out on his back, feet flopping in the air.

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"What? It isn't my new bed?"

The reason why I am rewashing a load of clothes. sigh... He is lucky he is cute.
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We just recently left Abby and McGee loose in the house when we were going to be gone quite a few hours for a dr. appt. out of town. They did great! BTW, we did try it for shorter times first!!! My neighbor came over and let them out during that time so they got to run around in the yard for a while, too. We put in a doggie door a week ago so next time they will be able to go outside themselves when they need to. McGee runs in and out like a little trooper - Abby has to be "guided" through! We are hoping she will eventually start using it on her own!

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