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Old 06-19-2014, 09:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I was outside with Wolfie, and Hubby had gone to the hardware store. Wolfie was acting like a brat in the yard, so I put him in the house, while I swept the deck off. Hubby came back, and was mowing the lawn when I heard Wolfie turning the doorknob to get outside. He likes to attack the lawn mower like he does the vacuum, so he would have had to go in the house anyways. I told Wolfie to stop trying to come outside, and he stopped. After I was done with the deck, I tried to go in the house, and found out that Wolfie had locked the deadbolt on me, locking me out of the house. I guess he was getting me back for making him go in the house. HA HA Thank goodness Hubby had gone to the hardware store before mowing the lawn, or he wouldn't have had his house keys in his pocket to let me back in. The next time we went outside, and Wolfie was in, we made sure one of us had our house key.
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I love Wolfie stories He's one smart pup with a wicked sense of humour
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I love Wolfie stories He's one smart pup with a wicked sense of humour
He sure is a goofball, and seems to be getting smarter.
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Hahahahaha, too funny!
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Old 06-19-2014, 10:38 AM   #6 (permalink)
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too funny.

Time to hide the car keys!
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This happened to me but he locked me out of my car. I left the keys inside and put him in the car at training.

Lol when we realized we are locked out in the middle of nowhere it was slightly shocking)))))
So we tried to do an emergency training session Lolol, train him to press a button. Omg, that alone had to be recorded.

Finally someone jammed my car.


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This happened to me but he locked me out of my car. I left the keys inside and put him in the car at training.

Lol when we realized we are locked out in the middle of nowhere it was slightly shocking)))))
So we tried to do an emergency training session Lolol, train him to press a button. Omg, that alone had to be recorded.

Finally someone jammed my car.


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OMG! That's hilarious!
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:P has happened to both my husband and I. We were in the garage with the door open and I dont let Gunther off leash in the front of the house. We have a little cat door for the door tjat goes into the house he likes to stick his head through but that wasn't good enough that day so he was jumping and scratching at the door and pushed the little lock button...thankfully the DH had a key on him.

The cat door was already installed when we bought the house. I dont like it and plan on getting rid of it.

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has happened to both my husband and i. We were in the garage with the door open and i dont let gunther off leash in the front of the house. We have a little cat door for the door tjat goes into the house he likes to stick his head through but that wasn't good enough that day so he was jumping and scratching at the door and pushed the little lock button...thankfully the dh had a key on him.

The cat door was already installed when we bought the house. I dont like it and plan on getting rid of it.

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lmao!
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