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Roscoe’s confused by the perplexing pocket doors in some parts of our new house.
A door doesn’t exist. Then a door appears out of thin air. Roscoe says these perplexing pocket doors can materialize and block his entrance to a room (or, in this case, exit from a room) which constrains his free roam of the house. Now why would Hu-Dad think keeping a close eye on young Roscoe might be a good idea?
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Poor Roscoe, the audacity of restraining him! I’m sure there will be some price to pay for such infringement! Mine would just scratch and chew the door…
I’m in envy of your pocket doors! Perfect for limiting husky access. Poor Roscoe. What do the other pups think?
Poor Roscoe probably thinks the pocket door looks more like a jail cell, he can see out but can’t get out.. A free roaming Husky is usually a Husky getting into mischief!!
You hit that right on the head about Roscoe(or any husky for that matter). They are only as behaved as where they can be seen!!! Poor Roscoe boy.