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I was hanging out the washing and normally he lays down at my feet but it was a very hot day and he

Sandra DacostaSandra Dacosta BrontePosts: 44Member
I now tie my dog up near me when I'm hanging out the washing. However, that day was the only time that he has wandered away from where he was laying and it was about 15 yards away, under the tree on a really hot day. When he barks at people going past our door, they can't see him and vice versa and the door is shut. He now doesn't bark at the other dog as much as he did. I'm having a security door installed next week with one way mesh. My dog will be able to look out but he still will not be able to be seen. I'm hoping this will improve things even more.

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