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    Note gloating tone. So glad when we decided that the back yard was just for the dog's use (except for the washing line) so they can dig or whatever to their heart's content and the plan went out the window to get new nice furniture and carpet etc for the house after the kids left home. We decided stuff it, we will do with what we have so it would be a comfortable environment for dirty farmers, rural firefighters and the assortment of pets. All are usually great but occasionally have accidents. The most frequent is the human neighbour when he has had a few missing the toilet bowl. I might put a rubber ball in there when he is here and tell him it is a game to see if he can hit it in the bowl.

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    The most frequent is the human neighbour when he has had a few missing the toilet bowl.
    Or you could be really evil and do what I do - suggest that if he's having flow trouble that he might get himself a check up at the GP... cos something's probably not right and rather find out sooner than later.

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    same thing has happened with Jonah mate......

    moved in with the mrs...... renting her oldies place off them while they are living in qld, massive yard, pool etc, its great....... except they have a no dogs inside policy....... when no one is home he comes inside with me, but apart ffrom that he is now an outdoors dog, to be honest I don't think he minds too much, he gets tons of attention, goes swimming now (sorta), plays fetch etc, I think the benefits of the huge yard far outweigh the negatives of not being an indoor door..........


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    Reyzor

    I don't think my dog would stand for that. She'd get bored with being outside and then after yelling for a while, break in - pretty sure. Especially if she knew I was inside without her. I sure as hell would get no sleep.

    I don't get the idea of having a dog to protect you from home invaders - if it's shut outside - it can't do it's job and wake you up so you can get your hockey stick ready or barricade the door and leave through the window...

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    yeah I agree, I think its time I move back out so I can have Jonah as my inside dog......
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    Maggie sleeps on her bed on the floor next to me. But she doesn't fart or snore, just every now and again is manky from a park pee roll. She is also a totally rubbish watch dog and wouldn't protect us, may, possibly bark, maybe. BUT if she did what Mojo did she most likely would be out in the kennel at night!

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