The toolbox doesn’t gather dust

Some people remodel houses for fun. Some people remodel houses to make money. Some people remodel because of a natural disaster. We remodel because our dog makes us.

A few years ago we had to replace our living room curtain rod, curtains, and removed blinds because our big boy thought he saw an intruder in our yard. He also gnawed on the doorknob and tore out a window screen

Our next project, thanks to Haas, is changing the trim around our back door. After all, if you can’t turn the doorknob with your teeth to get out, the next logical step is just to try and rip the whole door out of the wall, right?

Open this door, too, Mom. I need tools for the renovations.

He’s a good boy, truly. Haas just really had to go outside. It’s too bad the kid doing virtual schooling didn’t notice Haas wanting to go out. Must be some really good headphones.

Any recommendations for a new door with a pet flap big enough for a mini horse?

One thought on “The toolbox doesn’t gather dust

  1. You might be surprised how small a pet door you can install. My daughter’s Irish Wolfhound managed to get in and out of a doggy door with no problems. Especially when the bears sauntered through the property. She’d tear out through that door like she’d been shot out of a guy. So much fun living with a mini-horse. Especially one who likes home reno projects.

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