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So I was throwing a toy around the back yard exercising my 2 when the neighbours mutt decided she wanted to join in. This here is the results.

Wot you doing over there?


Watch out, I'm coming


Hey, this thing tastes good!


Hey Dad, this imposter stole my toy!
 

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Thank you. When I opened the thread and looked at the first pic with his head in the fence I spit out my coffee. That is hilarious. Nice of you to let him play with yours.
 

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Continued ........

I'm not looking at you


You finished?


Keep your stupid stuffy. I've got Macdonalds.


So this is what it looks like from over here aye?


In the meantime while I went to swap dogs & fix the fence, this walking waste disposal unit got inside the neighbours house & proceeded to eat her food at warp speed. Guess who's not getting fed tonight?

One day we might get around to fixing that fence.
 

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LMAO...I can't believe she made it thru the fence! Nice to know she has a 2nd home and friends to play with.

Love the shephard...can't remember her name.
 

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I *heart* Rotties!!!!

Oh, and Shepherds too, he he.

And for the record, I am kind of partial to labs... *ahem*
 

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Awe! Zoe would get the neighbors kids at the old house to play with her. She would dig a hole under the fence and push her ball through (chain link) and the kids would play ball with her.
 

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This definition of repair needs to be straightened out.

Option 1: Remove the one slat and the associated risk of injury to one of the pups passing through.
Option 2: Shorten (from the bottom) the slat and install a doggy door.
 

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This definition of repair needs to be straightened out.

Option 1: Remove the one slat and the associated risk of injury to one of the pups passing through.
Option 2: Shorten (from the bottom) the slat and install a doggy door.
Funny you should say that. We did talk about that a while ago. Plan B might be a gate we could leave open & give them a double back yard to play around in. :) She's got into my house through the dog door a few times to stir mine up so getting them all to use it wouldn't be a problem. :D
 
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