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Old 01-17-2013, 11:52 PM
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I didn't use to be able to leave mine out either..as they've gotten older they've gotten more trust worthy & don't feel the need to find something to shred. LOL I could even probably leave Matilda out but she panics if she hears say the oil man pulling up into our driveway or something like that & I don't want her hurting herself climbing. Silly girl.

Here are a few pics I snapped for you Codi. LOL It's really nothing special. Our living room walls are nekked atm...need to get some pics up & I also want to get a rug for the floor as well.

Pups fav spot in the living room......



Other side of the living room...it's a bit tidy looking here--usually the pups have the blankets strewn all over the furniture & their toys all over the floor but I'd just picked up. LOL



Dog room--hubby & I have talked about taking the big gate down since I don't really need it being as we have the pens & we could always use a gate across the doorway if need be but it's just a pain to walk over every time I need to go in/out. And I'm not getting younger. haha Here there is an extra pen set up too since we had just had my friends Chi here for showing until this past Sunday. Haven't taken it down yet.




And the outside play yard--pic from better weather obviously. LOL Right now it's burried in snow.
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Mine stay in their crate when I am gone because I still don't trust Dekker not to pee on stuff yet and they will attack my mom's dogs sometimes.
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When I leave Bailey goes in her crate and Emmie gets run of house. Bailey isn't quite two and still likes to get into trouble so I can't trust her yet plus I want to keep her safe.




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Mojo and Lola share a crate and Leo had a smaller crate that he goes in. To be honest, they LOVE their crates and prefer to be in them. I used to leave Mojo and Lola out before we got Leo, and they would leave us "presents" while we were gone so then came the crates!


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Chi chi and my doxi mix Anubis are allowed free range of the house butthe newest baby girl will be lockedin the doggie room.
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Titus goes to his kennel, he is a 1yr old and can get into things, so I feel better knowing he is safe in his kennel.
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My pups get the run of the laundry room, kitchen and living room. I am working on cleaning up "the front room" which is now just used for storage, and then we'll just block off the steps so they can't get upstairs where the litter box is. The big dogs are fully house trained, and Stella only goes out in the laundry room if I am not home to let her out when she needs to go -- not on any carpeted areas, thank goodness!
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My dogs were originally crate-trained before i adopted them. Personally, I find it cruel to lock them up, especially since they don't have any behaviour issues.

In my appartment they have full range.

At my parents house they are only allowed in the family room, kitchen and basement. They are not allowed to go upstairs (where the bedrooms are), in the living room, or dining room. They respect these rules on their own, no need for barriers, the lack of dog hair in the house is proof. They only exception is early in the morning, if everyone is sleeping in, we'll start to hear little doggie paws start climbing the stairs, and shyly peak inside the room, as a little "excuse me, I don't mean to disturb you, and I know I shouldn't be here, but I just wanted to make sure you are okay...."
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