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Old 03-09-2014, 03:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Bet he's glad his dog sleeps inside! :) (moved from gen inf)

Just to be a PIA to the my dog sleeps outside folks!


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Old 03-09-2014, 07:43 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I agree! Same with crating at night--they both would have died!
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Old 03-09-2014, 08:10 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Our 2 Dogs (GSD and Mini Schnauzer) sleep with us in our room, between the bed and door. We sleep very soundly knowing they are there with us. I don't get people that have their Dogs sleep outside or in a crate!
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Old 03-10-2014, 11:12 AM   #4 (permalink)
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I crated at night only until I could trust him to not have accidents or chew things up. The main reason I keep him in at night is because I do not want to be woke up at 2a.m. when he starts barking at something I do feel more secure with him in the house though. He never barks inside at all...so I know if he barks,there is someone or something wrong in the house!!!!
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Seems to be kind of a cultural thing? Couple of threads from overseas, dogs sleeping outside is kinda common.
Less so in the states.

Kinda ironic that this story show up now!
My guy is pretty much within 15 feet of me if i'm in the house. He's pretty much not a barking only barks if something unusual is going on!

I only wonder why the dog chose to drag him out, instead of barking to wake him?

Maybe the owner is deaf or maybe the dog "thought..well if you want a job done right....
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I am surprised that no one has mentioned the improper fitting prong collar on the dog.
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I am surprised that no one has mentioned the improper fitting prong collar on the dog.
Hahaaa right?!!


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I am surprised that no one has mentioned the improper fitting prong collar on the dog.
Maybe that's why the dog grabbed him by the arm instead of barking?Pay back time!
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Six displaced, dog dies in San Leandro duplex fire - San Jose Mercury News

By your same logic, just to be a PIA to all those inside hollier than thou people...
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Six displaced, dog dies in San Leandro duplex fire - San Jose Mercury News

By your same logic, just to be a PIA to all those inside hollier than thou people...
Nothing wrong with being a PIA but that story is not cool! A dog dying trying to help his owner out off a jam fine. A owner losing his dog while trying to help him, not cool!

Just saying.
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