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Last week I had my 2 yr old great granddaughter for a day and a half. It had been raining all morning and then the temperature went up to about 95 degrees so it was really hot and humid. After getting up from her nap, all she kept saying is, "Play outside!" and pointing through the sliding door and did not want to hear that it was too hot. When she didn't realize I was watching (NOT my first rodeo) she very quietly snuck out the doggie door.
What you can't see in the picture is that there was one dog on each side of the patio door and both started barking as soon as she was through.
Don't worry, the doggie door is always locked at night (both the latching cover and then a 50lb. bin of dog food in front of it) so there is no way she could slip out. It's actually locked to keep the dogs in as the older one likes to capture possums and bring them in the house, believing she has killed them.
 

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You must have a whole lotta fun with dogs and babies. ????????????
 

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Lynnknits said:
I once locked myself out of my house and tried to get thru the doggie door - I got stuck and it took me quite a while to pull myself thru. I hope no one saw as I am sure it was NOT a pretty sight! lol
Oops. LoL.
 

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A former co-worker had a big lab, very friendly dog. The doggie door opened out to the deck & backyard. Becky forgot to secure it one night. She awoke to the neighbor's St. Bernard standing over her, giving her a slobbery kiss. She went out to the kitchen to find 6 more neighborhood dogs & her own partaking of the contents of a huge bag of kibble. Her dog had gone out after midnight, collected his buddies & brought them home for a late night nosh. She never forgot to secure that door again!
 

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She is very stealthy about it too. When she was almost all the way out she turned around and held the flap up for the second foot then carefully let it down and patted it in place quietly.
 

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ggmomliz said:
Last week I had my 2 yr old great granddaughter for a day and a half. It had been raining all morning and then the temperature went up to about 95 degrees so it was really hot and humid. After getting up from her nap, all she kept saying is, "Play outside!" and pointing through the sliding door and did not want to hear that it was too hot. When she didn't realize I was watching (NOT my first rodeo) she very quietly snuck out the doggie door.
What you can't see in the picture is that there was one dog on each side of the patio door and both started barking as soon as she was through.
Don't worry, the doggie door is always locked at night (both the latching cover and then a 50lb. bin of dog food in front of it) so there is no way she could slip out. It's actually locked to keep the dogs in as the older one likes to capture possums and bring them in the house, believing she has killed them.
Hahaha!! Clever tike!!!
 
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