I got a German shepherd pup a month or so ago, and he did really well with staying in the yard for a while. But about as quick as I put a doggy door in for him, he made me regret it by taking off across the neighbor's yard. Spent a full day digging a trench and putting an in ground fence in, and there hasn't been an issue since. Dog goes out when he wants, comes back in when he wants. He's about as happy as I've ever seen a dog be
Doggy no!! Why?!?
This is mostly because a lot of dog breeds were originally bred to be a lot more active than they are now, with many bred as hunters or trackers, as well as some bred for transportation or racing which get particularly antsy if they don't have a lot of space to run. Coincidentally, this is also why some dogs will bark at basically anything, because they were bred to locate things, animals, or people and bark loudly to alert their master when they found them.
He just smells bitches...
@seeUpee, that’s why blue gets excited when you walk by
@Natural Sarcasm , 😂 you bastard!
Im going to allow this really good burn
My good boi walks out the door off leash and waits at the top of the stairs while I lock up. Doesn’t go downstairs until I take my first step down, runs to my car and waits at the back door to hop in