Mia's Escape Route

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  1. Laurelin

    Laurelin I'm All Ears

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    Ha thank god my dogs are too big to fit under the fence like that AND it hasn't occurred to them yet to dig.

    And cinder blocks. Also thank god for cinder blocks.
     
  3. Laurelin

    Laurelin I'm All Ears

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    It didn't occur to her until she watched a rabbit duck under the fence like that. there is ever so slightly a little bit of an indentation under the gate.
     
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    Told you she was a JRT disguised as a Pap :rofl1:
     
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    I'm very surprised it took her this long to escape under there.

    Also, if she's decided the fence is worth going through, good luck changing her mind. Milo started by going through places where the wooden fence was loose. We replaced the fence. He went under it. We put cinderblocks along it. He dug under those until they collapse into the ground, then went between the blocks and the fence. We laid bricks at the base of the fence. He dug under those, too.

    He can't be unsupervised if there is anything remotely tempting in the neighbor's yard (AKA the love of his life, their GSD X Husky).
     
  6. Laurelin

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    She really isn't one to escape unless she has a reason. Turns out bunny is a reason and now she knows the bunny is sometimes in the front yard too. Oh boy.

    Some times I wonder if she's not really a jrt in disguise. I'd love to try her at a barn hunt or for fun earth dog thing.
     
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    AdrianneIsabel Glutton for Crazy

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    hahaha, yeah, I thank the lord my dogs aren't typically escape artists. :rofl1:
     
  8. Laurelin

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    I always said you'd have to pay my dogs to run off. Turns out that's not quite true.
     
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    Well, you were also standing on that side of the fence taking pictures. ;)
     
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    Haha that too! I guess she wasn't really running away that time. ;) But she was doing it on her own without me there too, which is the bad part.
     

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