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Old 12-20-2012, 05:45 PM
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Liberty needs Bentley's Boot Camp

Arghhhh! Look what Liberty did today when I was out. Don't you love the ashamed look? lol She's NEVER chewed anything before and the past few days she's been really naughty. This morning I caught her chewing on my daughter's boot. Luckily I took it away before any damage was done. Joyce is there any room at Bentley's Boot Camp?
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Old 12-20-2012, 05:47 PM
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Rut Roh Liberty looks like you're being put on the boot camp waiting list!
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Wow. Fortunately, drywall repair isn't that difficult. Now, you finally get to paint that room in the color you've always envisioned.

Perhaps she could come to my house and help with some wallpaper removal.
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A guy in Bella's class had some type of Schnauzer who never chewed anything until he was 10 months old. Bella has been good with this, but I know we're not yet out of the woods.
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A guy in Bella's class had some type of Schnauzer who never chewed anything until he was 10 months old. Bella has been good with this, but I know we're not yet out of the woods.
These threads lately have got me wondering if Molly will turn into the devil overnight and suddenly destroy everything and pee and poop on my bed.


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Uh oh liberty someone is being a naughty girl. I dread the day Chester starts acting out more than normal...

I do love her face it says guilty all the way


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Oh dear! I guess Santa will be crossing Libbie off the Good Girls list! Mmmmmm ....I keep looking at Loki sleeping the sleep of the innocent. How old is Libbie? When should I start looking for signs? Lol. My papillon boy was left in the kitchen of our previous house, for a couple of hours whilst I popped out to the supermarket. I came home to find half the vinyl flooring torn up. There had been a small corner lifting slightly, which I had been asking my DH to do something about for months. He got more of an ear-bashing than Jonntay! Then I decided I preferred polished floorboards anyway & Jontay helped pull up the rest. At least she looks guilty. Jontay looked proud!
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Oh dear! I guess Santa will be crossing Libbie off the Good Girls list! Mmmmmm ....I keep looking at Loki sleeping the sleep of the innocent. How old is Libbie? When should I start looking for signs? Lol. My papillon boy was left in the kitchen of our previous house, for a couple of hours whilst I popped out to the supermarket. I came home to find half the vinyl flooring torn up. There had been a small corner lifting slightly, which I had been asking my DH to do something about for months. He got more of an ear-bashing than Jonntay! Then I decided I preferred polished floorboards anyway & Jontay helped pull up the rest. At least she looks guilty. Jontay looked proud!
Liberty is just over 9 months old. I've been leaving her out of her crate since she was about 2 months old because she's been very well behaved. I gate her in the kitchen. She is crated at night but I was starting to think about putting the crate away. Guess that's not happening now!
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Don't know what's up with these youngsters lately, but Cheyenne is in a little bit of boot camp too! She's starting making flying leaps onto the couch in the big middle of me and knocking my laptop all over the place. Tonight she gets to lay on the dog bed instead of the couch!
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Vinnie is 7 1/2 months and is driving us crazy. The more we walk him and play with him, the more he wants. His favorite game is to body slam me on the couch.


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