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You've got a feisty one on your hands! I had to put child locks on some cupboard doors here since our female likes to snoop. She can still rattle the door some, but so far she hasn't figured out how to get past the lock. I need to put some felt pads back on those doors so it's not so loud when she does it. Maybe some strong magnets would work too, if you could find any small ones. You could also get those alarms that go on windows to see if that would deter him, but then you and your dh might forget and get the worst of it. :lol: I have no clue how you could keep him off the counters, though. Maybe he'll outgrow it some when he's older. Good luck!


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I would suggest some child locks also. If he's anything like by son was when he was two, he'd get past those in a breeze. DS would hang on the door knob thingies then twist the knob. He would let the dogs off the patio into the house, then open the door. He was constantly out with the dogs in the parking lot! My Ibezian hound would stay right by him though, and growl at anyone who tried to get near him. Small consolation, I know, needless to say, I never got naps when he was young.


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foxykitten350234 wrote:
I must say this little terror has put Fox to shame. To think I use to believe Fox was a wild child. I now look back on those days as calm times.Foxy.


Uh oh! :shock:


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One has to admire the intelligence and dexterity though...!

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