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Yeah, ours don't get the chance to do this sort of thing, since we crate them when we go out -- but they do pull clever tricks like ring their "we'd like to go out" bell, then dash off and snag the sandwich we were eating while we're walking to the door to open it.
Beagles are know as being a very intelligent breed. I recommend leaving behind kongs and rawhides so the dog has something to keep himself occupied with while you're out. Also, consider using a baby gate or a crate if you're leaving the dog unattended for long periods of time (>6 hrs)
The last paragraph of this article is going to prove hauntingly prescient: only the deaths of a lot of children is going to undo the harm done by this bogus study. Once enough children die, fear will drive people back to getting proper vaccines for their kids.
It shouldn't have to be that way. This is a tragedy that should never have happened; as far as I'm concerned, Wakefield is a mass murderer.
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