“We liked the nice weather so much .. We decided to take our mom on a wild dog chase around the neighborhood. And bring new mud home with us”
Posts Categorized: Escape artists
She doesn’t go far, but she doesn’t come back for awhile either
This is our Southern rescue mutt, Presley. She scared the bejesus out of everyone when she ran merrily off into the woods. She was finally found six hours later, three towns away from where she’d started, wandering around an office park. She was excited to see us but was otherwise completely unrepentant. And she smelled terrible.
Our dog ran off when out walking with me and was gone for almost 24 hours. It was only 8 degrees that night and he is a house dog. A huge search ensued and he was found about 3 miles away. My kids decided on public humiliation as his punishment.
This is Lita. She’s a rescued pit mix. She’s the most well behaved and smartest (by far) in our dog family of 5. But she loves to escape and run free.
I jumped over the living room gate and ate grandmommy’s hat. Shame on me!
“I jump the fence and bark at passerby. Can I have a cookie?”
Rosie jumps the fence every chance she gets and then barks at everyone walking by the house. Sometimes she has to be lured back with a cookie.
Carli is lucky she is so sweet which almost counteracts the bad things she does.
Cora does not enjoy water and thought it’d be a fun game for me to chase her around the backyard while ruining the bath I was almost done giving her. Then she had to do it all over again. Maybe she should have thought twice about being an escape artist…
Popeye is an Olde English Bulldog. He is 14 months old and 80 pounds. He is always getting himself in trouble. Today he destroyed the baby safety gate to jump in bed with me.