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    That's perfect! I'm trying to come up with ideas for my daughters Shepherd pup, to contain him with more room than the crate. But..he climbs everything! Have tried 2 Xpens of different heights AND a puppy gate. Right over the top.
    I love this idea Todd! I've decided Bully pups are the best ever...shepherds..not so much.

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    It looks great We have thought about getting one too. It is super hard making dinner when we have our lil goof ball hunting for food the whole time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheena View Post
    It looks great We have thought about getting one too. It is super hard making dinner when we have our lil goof ball hunting for food the whole time.
    That is one of the reasons we decided to get one. Dinner was taking way to long to make as we are OCD schedule people and if dinner isn't done before 6pm the wife and I don't do dinner yet the kids still devour it.. lol
    Bulldogs are like potato chips. You just can't stop with one.

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    I thinks it's a great idea... and since yesterday Winston ate my blinds, I'm thinking that I may need to get one too!!!

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    Looks great. Only thing missing from that picture is Harlea in her pen playing lol *hint hint*

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAKEISGREAT View Post
    That's perfect! I'm trying to come up with ideas for my daughters Shepherd pup, to contain him with more room than the crate. But..he climbs everything! Have tried 2 Xpens of different heights AND a puppy gate. Right over the top.
    I love this idea Todd! I've decided Bully pups are the best ever...shepherds..not so much.
    This one is almost 35 inches tall. If Harlea can climb over it she can have run of the house. I still love big dogs but I don't think I will get another one anytime soon as the little butterballs are just too much fun.
    Bulldogs are like potato chips. You just can't stop with one.

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    I love this product and is very affordable. Honestly the best purchase I ever made. This is durable and will last for many more puppies to come. Adding panels is not expensive at all. We keep one set up in our bedroom 4 panels (including door panel) it is for Hurley's emergency potty. I often suffer from severe cramping that keeps me curled up in bed hugging my pain pill bottle ... it's on these days that I am so grateful that I purchased this product. I recommend this to any dog owner especially for puppies!!

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    We got a pin like that for holly but as she got older she realized she could move it around the room and also knock it over if she wanted! so you might need to add something to anchor it down. I hope it works!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HTX Bully View Post
    We got a pin like that for holly but as she got older she realized she could move it around the room and also knock it over if she wanted! so you might need to add something to anchor it down. I hope it works!!
    I had thought about that after seeing Harlea move it a bit but the plan is to only use it until she fully understands not to eat everything in the house then I will move her portable crate to my office and leave it open for her to go in and out as she chooses. So far today she has done well hasn't even tried to move it and is just lying down chomping away on her elk antler.
    Bulldogs are like potato chips. You just can't stop with one.

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