The poor little dog…..
And it still doesn’t work.
Awwwwwww!,,, poor Wally feed him what he wants, maybe he’ll stay out of the trash!!!
Invisible fences with an electro-collar would do it.
The screen across the doorway was working. Just step over it.
But look at the exercise you get. . .you’ll be rid of that tummy in no time!
This looks familiar.
I guess I’ve been lucky, ten dogs (including two wiener dogs) over the years and not one trash diver. I did have a greyhound who would counter surf occasionally, though.
Looks like the trash can needs to be a cage.
Nothing poor about Wally. They spoil him endlessly.
Something tells me the barriers aren’t just to keep WALLY out of the kitchen…
Bad dog owner who hasn’t trained his dog…….
Wally: “Who, me?”
What is this “Root” Ralph speaks of?
Yup. Six kids we have, all grown, and we still keep baby gates around the house to help keep the dogs out of mischief!
It’s getting hard to Wally proof the house.
I think moving that sofa was the most exercise Ralph has done in a while…
Hey give Wally a break, he just got through saving your life!
The benefits of a walk-in pantry. And a decently trained dog.
Move the trash receptacle to a more secure spot like most of us do!
My dad nailed the trash can to the wall and placed a disposable bag inside. No more knocking over the trash.
Our dog kept pulling open the drawer-like trash can, so I installed a sliding latch.
I have a dachshund. This is why I keep the trash can in the cupboard under the sink. She still hasn’t figured it out after all these years!
While ignoring the most obvious solution. :)
June 19, 2015