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Old 12-23-2012, 05:54 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Ralph has known all along how to get people food if her really, really wanted to. He was just smart enough to not let you know he knew! Glad he is ok. Just goes to show if we really knew what they were thinking we would run screaming!
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Even as I write this I had to get her off the kitchen table twice and take 4 things out of her mouth that she stole off the table and tried to chew up (like Canadian Tire money, some warranty and my son's hat). Only one of the things was edible (a donut). Arrghh!
You have the patience of a saint! I can't believe how much of a wild thing she is! She must be so cute to still be alive! Hee hee. (My husband likes to remind Ralph that he's in the "decorative" category of dogs, meaning he'd better look cute because he has no other skills).
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Ralph has known all along how to get people food if her really, really wanted to. He was just smart enough to not let you know he knew!
LOL - We were joking around afterwards that Ralph has probably been taking food from the fridge and eating it while we were out. I would think my husband ate it and he would think I ate it...
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I wish we could say that. Dex loves to counter surf when we are gone. Yesterday I had just recieved a gift that I assumed was a box of chocolates. I put it in my sewing and craft room and closed the door. The counter was clear. Well when I got home the delicious box of Pot of Gold chocolates was open and packaging all over the rug. Not one chocolate left! He learned how to open the door to the sewing room! He had a little wet stool last night. And now I have to put elastics on the cupboard doors because he will open them if it smells good enough
That's one determined Poodle!
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It amazes me how quick they learn. They are too smart. For ex: When we go out to play fetch outside..he knows before I do when its time to go inside and ...then no way will he let me catch or even touch him. I have to go inside myself. He eventually comes to the door to get in. Mind you its cold up here. Thanks for that. LOL
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