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Arkus strikes again

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Arkus met me at the door again this evening when I returned home from work.

This time, he not only escaped his crate, he dismembered it.

I have no idea how to contain him now.

Clearly, no crate can hold him.

Fortunately, Zora was safely locked in my bedroom so no violence this time.

Unless you count the crate. Arkus broke half a dozen welds and twisted the reinforcement rods like pretzels. After making a hole big enough, he pushed the heavy pressboard "floor" I just installed out of the crate far enough to again escape through the small openings in the bottom. All of the chains and huge C-clamps are still in place, and the crate is still chained to the cast-iron radiator.

Unbelieveable.

I guess I'll have to put him in the barn for the night.

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Perhaps you should have named him Arkus the Great for his disappearing acts. :P

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"Um Dad I think you have the spark plug wires on wrong."
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Nice 1977 and nice stacked lamps / vertical bar grille. That year's Malibu Classic coupe was sort of ok.

You think this is a nasty form of separation anxiety? I like mellower pets, that's for sure.

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"Hey Pop, are you nuts? Where's the big block?"

Hey Bobbi, you say you like mellower pets? How about something in a nice Chia?:)

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"Moar Dog-Hedrum in yor wheel wells dan in a '99 Stang"

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He looks cute standing there, inspecting. Sometimes our kids worry us, but in the end we relent and let them be themselves, while never relinquishing our role as parent.
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I dont mean to sound like an ass, but have you ever considered training him?

This sounds like a job for Caesar Milan. :P

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I dont mean to sound like an ass, but have you ever considered training him?

This sounds like a job for Caesar Milan. :P

Both dogs are trained in the basics. It really isn't an issue of training.

Either one is dramatically better in the absense of the other one.

Anyway, an older couple came to meet them today with an eye toward adopting one of them.

I hate it, but it's the right thing to do.

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Nice 1977 and nice stacked lamps / vertical bar grille. That year's Malibu Classic coupe was sort of ok.

You think this is a nasty form of separation anxiety? I like mellower pets, that's for sure.

Interesting...just realized that in '77 Ford, Chevy and Plymouth (and Dodge) all had midsize models w/ stacked quad headlights..twas a brief mini-revival of the '60s stacked headlight fad.

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The place he is looking at it is more Tie Rods or Suspensions than Breaks.

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"Something smells good in here. Did you run over a cat?"
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Are they two males or two females? Normally males and females don't fight, even if they are litter mates ...

Actually, the research I've done shows that the littermate problem is gender nuetral except that the females tend to be worse.

I will never adopt littermates again, and strongly advise against it.

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Looks like he need constant attention. Nothing wrong with that.

That's certainly part of the problem, and since the two can't be together my time with each is cut in half.

I should know mid-week if there will be a new home for one of them.

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