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A new hilarious video posted on TikTok of a dog attempting to escape through a new fence in her yard has sent the internet into hysterics.


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The clip posted by @mymissymya shows an Australian shepherd walking up to a fence and trying to squeeze through the metal bars before her pawrent bangs on the window. When the pup hears the loud bang she immediately turns right around and tries to pretend like nothing happened.

The video was captioned: “First time leaving my dog by herself after getting our fence put in…already testing me.”

Since it was shared, the video has already racked up nearly 2 million views. Many users commented, sharing similar situations that they had experienced with their dogs.

“The way she ran off😂” one user commented.

“We put a fence around our backyard with one part being like a metal cross fence. Puppy jumped right through the holes 😂😂😂 Had to put chicken wire 2,” another wrote.

It is estimated that a significant number of dogs escape from their yards through fences each year. In fact, according to the American Humane Association, one in three pets will become lost at some point in their lifetime, and the majority of these lost pets escape from their homes or yards. Therefore, it is important for pet owners to take measures to prevent their dogs from escaping through fences and to ensure that their dogs are properly identified with identification tags or microchips in case they do become lost. There are several ways to prevent your dog from escaping through a fence:

  1. Fix any gaps or holes in the fence: Dogs can often find small gaps or holes in fences that are big enough for them to squeeze through. Walk around your fence and check for any gaps or holes, and make sure to fix them immediately.
  2. Use a pet-friendly barrier: Another option is to install a pet-friendly barrier such as chicken wire or lattice along the bottom of the fence. This will prevent your dog from digging under the fence or squeezing through any small gaps.
  3. Train your dog: If your dog is escaping because they are bored or anxious, it may be helpful to provide them with more exercise and mental stimulation. You can also work on training your dog to stay in the yard using positive reinforcement techniques.
  4. Use a tie-out: If your dog continues to escape, you may want to consider using a tie-out in the yard. This will allow your dog to still enjoy being outside but will prevent them from running off.
  5. Supervise your dog: Finally, make sure to supervise your dog when they are outside. This will allow you to catch them before they escape and will also ensure that they are safe and not getting into any trouble.

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