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Patience, patience patience that's all that I have to say. We left today for lunch around 2 hours. When we returned Lilly decided she wanted to learn how to use the GPS that was wrapped underneath the tree for Robert. Thank goodness she only chewed the box, of course not leaving the instructions. Robert is livid I don't blame him at this point I should not be having this issue anymore. I really don't want to crate her but I am running out of options. She suffers terribly from separation anxiety. If I leave her outside she digs to the ends of the earth, if I cover the doggie door and leave her in the enclosed pool area she chews the plants. I can only imagine her running around with all of her goodies growling and having such a blast until we get home. She knows she is bad but she can't help herself. Any of you that read my last blog the "wrath of Lilly" it's a crap meet to see what she had done when we return. Robert is running out of patience, he accepts the 2 of them (Lilly and Maggie, Maggie the Jack Russel mix 6 years old she is out of this type of behavior) because of me and knew we were a package, I guess really my only answer is to crate her. I don't work, so I am really not gone that long and when I am not for more than a couple of hours. So here I go online trying to find an even larger crate than I already have, the million dollar dog for sure!!!