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These are the culprits! When things happen, there is no need to look for suspects around here. It only boils down to witch one. They are also not ...
Not only will they drink anything.......they don't care where it comes from.
On a hot day, even if they are ripping stuff apart, that sun can be a killer!
That is a big mistake. However, as the other photo shows, they do like to participate in other holidays.
Even if you are trying to work, that's no excuse.
You will come up short on Granny Smiths when you are baking one.
You will have to sit on the floor if you do.
You may get disappointed of their use for a new bed.
You are bound to have a sad dog with a fat lip!
It is important to spend some individual time with a dog when you have two.
It's just not nice.
When you forget how tall a Great Dane is, they may remind you from time to time. Even if your dresser is 3' 4" tall, It IS NOT enough!
In this case, all I did was take a phone call.
Over time, they may think a bit too much of themselves and do have the potential to get "OUT OF HAND".
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