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Dry wall? No problem. Now maybe I can chew through the studs...

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Dog Struction Posted Jan 22 2012 by Erin Thompson

Dry wall? No problem.  Now maybe I can chew through the studs...

We had just moved into our new house. After a month at home, it was time to go back to work (I am a school teacher). Even though Pow Wow had a nice, large yard to play in, and a comfortable, warm laundry room with a soft dog bed to sleep in, he wasn't going to be happy until he got INSIDE the house. Did he think I was in there hiding? Needless to say, he has major separation anxiety issues....

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