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|06-25-2014 01:17 PM|
|06-25-2014 12:48 PM|
Your dog may have some Euell Gibbons bloodlines.
A friend of mine who had a similar problem with his Norwegian Elkhound used to tether his dog to a large inner tube at the end of a 15 foot poly rope when the dog "ate" through the fencing like yours. He only did this when the fence was compromised and awaiting repair. The dog could still get through the fence but the inner tube would restrict the dog from escaping completely. It was a fine system until the dog simply shredded the inner tube....anyway, my friend became a pretty good fence builder.
|06-25-2014 12:14 PM|
Ya she's a handful, the broken picket above her head was split clean in half vertically (you can tell because its a skinny picket instead of the normal one)
Once we are all done moving in and finished with the house, we'll start some serious training again.
|06-25-2014 08:37 AM|
|VTGirlT||LOL Jeez! haha|
|06-25-2014 08:27 AM|
|06-25-2014 03:26 AM|
My goodness! Another reason I wouldn't be able to handle a Mal.
She's beautiful, though!
|06-25-2014 02:28 AM|
|dustin_swearengin||I like your dog because she really looks healthy and strong. I will show this photo to my family and I'm sure they will love your dog too.|
|06-23-2014 10:35 AM|
Zoey ate the fence!
The Zohan HATES small engine noises (lawn mowers etc etc) so with that being said, this is what happens when I leave her unattended while power washing my house.... This defines the term Maligator!
sigh by NickyB210, on Flickr
Yes, she did squeeze herself out that hole... Also, I installed the fence myself so fixing it only took a max of 5 minutes.