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Here's a picture of eddie doing what he does best. Leaning against my leg and lightly chewing the sleeve of my hoody top.



And here he is, the dog behind the wire. My mum works in the prison service and one day started singing "the men behind the wire" which is a republican prisoner song. But she changed "men" to "dog" we also refer to his run/enclosure as Long Kesh.

 

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Chico.Heidi said:
I need some of that wire that you have. It looks pretty tough.
I bought the enclosure from a local place called Top Dog who specialise in dog runs and horse stables.

It's 1" box frame with 10g (3mm) mesh with 2" spacing. Really really strong, but also really heavy. It's about 6ft 2 or 3 inches high, and also has a roof section constructed by the same people. Everything is just a matter of bolting together. Also has a handle on the front that provides a way to lock it with a very heavy duty padlock. Hence why we nicknamed it long kesh. Impossible to break out of, most importantly though, hard to break into without making alot of noise.
 
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