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Old 01-12-2020, 08:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am a member of the Barry Allen tribe. I found our eagle world.com after doing weeks of research searching for ways to beagle-proof our kitchen garbage can. From what I have gathered, such techniques have not yet been invented, but hope springs eternal.

So far my houdini hound friend has managed to get through six child-proof locks, and a kitchen rollaway cabinet that was barricaded by two wooden stools, the door to the dishwasher, and said child-proof locking system. I didnít time him, but I will say it took as much time as it did for me to turn my back and check laundry or my email or something.

We are testing out a simply human can with a locking lid and which has no lip for him to grip with paw or mouth. Barry Allen has been studying it vigilantly for the last hour, which makes me a little uneasy...
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Old 01-12-2020, 09:32 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Our bathroom garbage has lived in the bathtub of late (grr) and we have a baby gate blocking off the kitchen...I wish you luck. May the new can do the trick!
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hahhaha that is sooo typical i can't help but laugh. no dogs i have ever had were as persistent problem solvers as beagles. except my friends bichon, but that was only for choc chip cookies. best of luck, you may end up with a galvanized can meant for the yard
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Welcome! Our kitchen trash is behind a cabinet door. I physically block it when throwing any thing away. All other cans are up on the counter or the back of the toilet.
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We had to put our garbage in a cabinet. What fun. When people come over they are like where is your trash.
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I am a member of the Barry Allen tribe. I found our eagle world.com after doing weeks of research searching for ways to beagle-proof our kitchen garbage can. From what I have gathered, such techniques have not yet been invented, but hope springs eternal.

So far my houdini hound friend has managed to get through six child-proof locks, and a kitchen rollaway cabinet that was barricaded by two wooden stools, the door to the dishwasher, and said child-proof locking system. I didnít time him, but I will say it took as much time as it did for me to turn my back and check laundry or my email or something.

We are testing out a simply human can with a locking lid and which has no lip for him to grip with paw or mouth. Barry Allen has been studying it vigilantly for the last hour, which makes me a little uneasy...
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