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Frankie’s role as big brother includes the important task of problem containment and he can be quite creative in his solutions.
Hu-dad is often asked how often he closes the doors on our crates. The answer is quite rarely. We get our meals in closed crates (which allows each dog to eat at his own speed without worry that a neighbor might “covet the kibble.” In the rare times Hu-Dad leaves us at home alone, we nap in our closed crates. And our crates are closed in the S-RV at times for safety,
Other than those times, our crates doors remain open. We love having our own personal den for napping, a place where our brothers and sisters will not disturb us.
Unfortunately for Landon, Frankie has learned the value of closing the door when a certain youngster gets too rambunctious. For the record, Hu-Dad did not go to Landon’s rescue since it looked like Frankie had things well under control.
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