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The look on the guilty Dachshund’s face when the owner caught him trying to escape the kitchen gate.
Nice try, but you’ll have to do better than that!
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Thanks Scott, and you can call me Gordon. You're absolutely right when it comes to those little guys.
Thanks for commenting.


Gordon, call me Scott.
You haven't lived until You have been "owned"
by a Doxie!!
We are on #2 (Dru, & now, Zak


Thanks for the comments scottrudyhess and myeviltwin. I too was owned by my "FRITZ", a young Dachshund for a couple of years. He unfortunately got out of our yard and got hit by a bus, so we didn't have long to enjoy him. I had him cremated and we saved his ashes and put him up with our two cat's (Ming and Fong) ashes and the budgie (Billie).



All I can say is...If you want to be happy, be owned by a dachshund!




Thanks for the comments mecera88, and scottrudyhess for the comments. As far as the question goes, I have no hesitation in suggesting that the homeowner perhaps cleaned up the mess, but just wanted to show the damage that had been done and the dog made to sit there to assume the shame of it all. Every puzzle doesn't really need a conspiracy theory to go with it.


Where is the wood mess on the floor?
This was "staged".

Better luck next time sparky.

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