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Old 01-19-2007, 08:06 PM   #1
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Mini poodle vs. window screen

We have a miniature poodle that goes with us. We had no problems until this summer. She got so excited when we came back (we were gone maybe 2 hours) that she jumped up on the thing next to our sofa that the table folds down into and started scratching at the window. Unfortuately she was scratching the original window screen. I was trying to get the door open and was saying no over and over into the window and she just got more and more excited to see us and scratched more frantically. I am just glad it was my 12 lb dog and not my 100 lb one!
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