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Why Dante cannot be left unattended XD

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        04-12-2009, 01:32 AM
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    Yearling
    Why Dante cannot be left unattended XD

    So a friend and I were cleaning out the tack room/trailers today, and at one point, I parked the truck in the pasture and got out. I left the passenger side and the back doors wide open, and the front seat was pushed forward. I turned my back and forgot about it until I heard banging and the tow-chains in the back fall out. When I turned around, Dante had somehow climbed into the back seat and was happily munching on the treat bag I'd left on the driver's side. We had to open up the driver's side and push forward that seat, then push him from behind and lure him out with treats to get him out again.
    For the record, I drive a Dodge Ram 2500 with a quad cab, so if you've seen one or been in one, you'd know about that fairly big step up to get into the cab.
    I took a picture on my cell phone, but it didn't come out very well. But it was pretty funny... I didn't think he'd go quite that far for a couple of treats.
         
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        04-12-2009, 03:37 PM
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    Showing
    LOL, that is too funny! Hahaa, what they will do for those treats, let me tell you!
    That's so cute.
         

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