Is your dog prone to running away? Here is a video on how to prevent it

Mádi-Krezinger Cintia

2024. June 24 - Photos: Getty Images Hungary

Necessity is a great master - that's when the best ideas are born!


There are several reasons why our dog keeps running away. In more serious cases you should seek professional help to help your pet break the bad habit. But there are also situations when simple curiosity is the reason behind a dog’s attempt to escape.

We have previously written about the importance of constructing a dog-safe garden. At the same time, we are aware that the attributes of our homes often won’t allow us to keep our pets inside the fence as bomb-proof shelters. This is especially true for small dogs, who can get out through a bigger hole in the fence. This is the problem faced by the French Bulldog owner too. Instead of the costly fence construction however, they came up with an ingenious home-made trick. We’ll show you what:

Dog-friendly garden

If you live in a house with a garden, it’s obvious that you need to do everything you can to keep your dog from running away. But that’s not the end of a responsible owner’s job. You should also be very careful not to leave anything in the garden that could harm your pet.

The most common mistake that owners make is not paying enough attention to the plants they choose to plant in their homes. Many people think that their dog will know what not to chew on. Unfortunately, this is not the case, and dogs will chew things they shouldn’t, with the greatest of calm. In this article we have collected the plants that can pose the greatest danger to your dog.

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