Respecting Boundaries
#11
G-mom (okay, I made myself giggle), thank you. I was feeling that way myself and I agree. I just like being able to not trip over the gate when Ember is dancing there to go out in the morning LOL! Nothing I can't learn to live with.

Keller, I've actually contemplated this. I will keep the gate for now but we are looking at getting into a house come March, if something affordable opens up (yay tourist town and it's touristy pricing for non-touristy locals). I may be using this method then, getting my own door.
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Gotcha Day: November 14, 2015
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#12
There are baby gates with cat holes in them, but I have seen dogs go through them that you would think wouldn't fit.
Gotta love 'em.
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#13
would love to watch that wiggling houdini move /Lmao
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#14
Jazz is not allowed on the carpet, but has a blanket she can lie on. She knows she needs to stay on it, but often can't resist a sneaky paw (or sometimes entire muzzle) from making its way over the edge. Very naughty! We just have to say "Hey!" and the offending body part is quickly snapped back behind the line!!

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#15
I'm surprised Jazz hasn't figured out to move the blanket wherever she wants to go. Border Collies can be so legalistic.
Gotta love 'em.
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#16
We have zero "no go zones" in our house. He caught on rather quickly, while in the kitchen if he goes to a certain spot, it "rains" goodies. Usually really high value treats, chicken and cheese. It's a spot in the kitchen, he can still see us but he is out of the way.
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#17
We have plenty of "No Go Zones" since we have so many other animals. The terrier can't harass the rodents since they are in one of the off limits bedrooms. The BCs can't bother the cats when they go into the kitchen or laundry room. The cats aren't allowed in my bedroom due to allergies. And on and on it goes.
Gotta love 'em.
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