They left me alone in the house, uncrated, to see what I would do. I opened the unlocked interior garage door, setting off the alarm. Then the police came …
Posts Categorized: Escape artists
My name is Ember. I’m 9 years old and haven’t damaged anything in years… well, until Mom paid a fortune for a nice wooden crate.
I decided it would be a GREAT idea to begin training for my marathon run by squeezing through a fence and running away from my 2 fools. I was only able to go a 1/2 mile before they cornered me 🙁 It’s a ruff life.
Finn always looks for an opportunity to explore. He’s impossible to catch and comes to the front dog and barks when he’s thirsty and exhausted.
I ran away from school, jumped in a stranger’s car and wouldn’t get out. No more school!
On the walk back to the car from Doggie Day Care I didn’t open the car quick enough so Tex jumped in a stranger’s car because the driver’s door was open. He climbed into the backseat and waited to be driven home.
I jumped out the window of a moving vehicle to chase a squirrel.
Shannon let herself out the backyard through a hole in the fence and led the police AND Animal Control on a wild goose chase for miles. No one could catch her, but she did end up winning hide-and-seek by landing herself right back on our doorstep.
I broke my leash and tried to find my “brother” at the bus stop until the neighbours spotted me. Oops 😢
Though she’s only 15 pounds Elsa takes it upon herself to try and protect the neighbourhood from a momma deer and her babies. Momma deer, however, does not appreciate her going after her babies very much…
“I broke in under the deck…and now am stuck in jail” – don’t worry, we let him out. Joe Friday (our senior rescue lab mix) likes to break the wooden boards to get under our deck – his preferred location to cool off in the SC summer. We have patched it (see “jail bars”) and still he finds a way to get in, but can’t seem to find the way out on his own. So he waits for us to “free” him.