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    Wow that is a bit freaky Beloz. There's no way she could have scaled the fence? I've seen dogs jump 6 foot fences with ease....

    I hope it is something a padlock can fix because it is a worry when you're not sure if you can keep them in while you're out. If she got out via a gate, I wonder why Banjo didn't too, or is she a home-body?

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    Banjo was out too, but was waiting for me at the front door.

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    Oh. Sorry, missed that bit. No more problems?

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    We were home yesterday. So I was a bit nervous today, especially as it was a long day and we were gone for 10 hours (which is unusual). But they had been very good. Nothing destroyed and no mess even! I suspect they played quite a bit together. Good for bonding and the pup was a lot calmer tonight than previous nights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beloz View Post
    We were home yesterday. So I was a bit nervous today, especially as it was a long day and we were gone for 10 hours (which is unusual). But they had been very good. Nothing destroyed and no mess even! I suspect they played quite a bit together. Good for bonding and the pup was a lot calmer tonight than previous nights.
    All of the above is great news to hear ! Hope there will be heaps more !

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