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Dog is really nervous

Rosa FierroRosa Fierro Posts: 1Member
My dog INSISTS that there is something behind the bed, There is nothing but she insist. I will have to break apart the bed so that she can go there. She does that also with the air conditioning and scratches like she is sure there is something. Maybe a little animal but behind the bed there is definitely nothing, I already vacuumed and showed her with a lantern.

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  • Liz HardersenLiz Hardersen GranbyPosts: 5,862Member
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    You mean there is nothing you can see....on this side of the wall... If I were in your shoes, I'd have the place inspected for termites, mice, etc. I totally believe your dog if she thinks there is something there. And yes, if you open the A/C you will find evidence that mice have been inside. Smart dog. Good looking too!
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