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ROFLOL...

solution can be to let her out before she goes into her crate..a forced out in the crate could be painful for you (experienced it :roll: )
 

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haha she jumped into her crate before I could lift her up for an out, so I left her there for 2 minutes, then poured water into her bowl and she dropped it to drink.
 

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Just hope she figures it out before she gets to sleeve work. :eek:
I put Thunder's water dish outside the car for just that reason.
Took him a time or two to realize he couldn't get through the crate door at a run, with the sleeve in his mouth. #-o
 

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I normally use food to get my boy to out, because he'll hold on to it forever if you let him, even if you offer him water...

One time I couldn't find any treats so I just grabbed the nearest thing, a slice of bread. Well, I offered him the bread while he was holding the tug, and he gave me a, basically, WTF look.

This coming from a very food driven dog... :oops:
 
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