Puppy Proof Your Home
I have been taught a lesson by the corgi puppy that lives in the home I live in, nothing is safe unless its in the closet, a box, or someplace up high. When the other corgi was a puppy, I had my state identification card destroyed which cost me over $25 and 3 hours of my time wasted standing in line. Now this corgi puppy this week chewed my Sociology book and 30 percent of my test study guide.
I earlier typed my notes on my Blackberry, but I think for the last unit of the class I will likely go back to typing my notes on the device. At least they will be secure. And then two months later this puppy will be jumping on my bed so I’ll have to make sure nothing of value is on there.