By girlsncomics - 28/04/2017 18:10
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I had them in a shelf that I was sure she couldn't reach suppose I was wrong. This was the first and only time she did something like this.
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OP, we've always tied up our outside dog when indoors via a leash around a basement pole or bannister else put him inside his latched-shut car crate. :-(
A lot of people only have their dogs outside, however they usually have a kennel or some other type of shelter for them. By the way, not all dogs are pets as they maybe working dogs. Sounds like OP usually only has the dog inside when he's there but because he had to go out and it was raining he thought that leaving the dog inside was ok.
Has your dog acted up like this when you leave him and/or it's raining? If so, YDI for not making sure the games were in a spot he'd be less likely to get them. If this is a first-time incident, FYL.
I'm also thinking because they were his brothers and not his, the smell of them was different and it was an 'unknown item' in the house. Sometimes you don't know how your dog will react to other peoples items! Collectors editions of anything though should be kept up and away from anything below 4', especially with animals! Really sucks for OP.
I leave my dog in the house everyday when I go to work. He's pretty good about not getting into stuff unless he's mad, but I STILL take precautions. I put up the trash, I turn off any power strips, I put up anything I don't want him chewing up. I guess I could see if you were in a hurry you'd forget, but to me, you should have seen it coming. Considering it sounds like your dog isn't used to being in the house alone since you didn't put it outside only because it was raining.