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Escape artist

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Judid292, Nov 2, 2019.

  1. Judid292

    Judid292 Puppy

    My grandfur, Bella, can escape every collar and harness we have bought. She has gotten away, while walking or on tie out. It’s like her goal in life. Unfortunately we can’t fence in yard.
  2. oldman

    oldman Little Dog

    Get a good collar and put it on right and there should not be any problems.
    I have seen dogs with such a large neck that a collar wouldn't stay on but she doesn't look like she has a large head.
    Nat Ursula likes this.
  3. leavesofjoy

    leavesofjoy Big Dog Premium Member

    When Griff was little, he could easily slip regular collars, so we use a martingale. Maybe that would help?
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  4. hisbestcatch

    hisbestcatch Puppy

    Mine jumps fences so that doesn't help with all problems. :)
  5. Mister

    Mister Little Dog

    There is no excuse if a dog is able to escape one’s property. If you have a fence a dog is able to jump. Then raise its height with trellis or put an angled return along the top of the fence. If a dog escapes a tie-out or chain by slipping it collar then get a good kennel run with a roof.
    Michele, Nat Ursula and oldman like this.

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