Dog Escapes From Kitchen

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The person who posted this video to YouTube explains that his friend's dog "kept mysteriously getting out of the kitchen, so he set up his laptop to see how he was doing it." Now that the owner has solved the mystery, we hope it's occurred to him that it's a terrible idea to keep his dog locked in the kitchen, and would be even if the dog weren't escaping in a way that could seriously injure or kill him if things went wrong. All that said, we applaud this dog for his ingenuity and acrobatics - which, although not exactly catlike, are impressive nonetheless. Just don't hurt yourself, doggy!



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lighthouse1147

I agree that this is animal cruelty. This is like trying to lock a human up in a cage. I fail to see why leaving an animal alone trapped in a small room with no companionship is so amusing.

September 19 2013 at 7:10 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
jeslats

thats animal cruelty

September 19 2013 at 4:37 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Hey,Jimmie smile

Dog thinks it is a cat!

September 19 2013 at 4:32 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
jandvpierce

I'm guessing the "window" is actually a pass-through from the kitchen to the dining area or other part of the house or apartment. Once the dog is over the board, he is in the main part of the house....

September 19 2013 at 3:07 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
heidiwlf

its not F&*@king rocket science...dogs are drawn by cent/ smell soooo if you leave a shirt or article of clothing in the room they are kept they are less likely to try to escape bc they have ur cent and expect u to return...also leave a radio or tv on so they are distracted from ur absence....further if you can't handle a dog then give it to a rescue someone who can love and care for it will take it....that video is Bullshit....******* who shouldn't even have a dog

September 19 2013 at 1:45 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
db1219

I'll take the poor dog off of his hands if it's such a "nuisance" to him.

September 19 2013 at 12:07 PM Report abuse +1 rate up rate down Reply
usmaels1

If people look at this kitchen...it definitely looks like it could be a kitchen in an apartment. Dog owners in apartments don't have endless options or wher to restrict a dog when they are gone. there are cages, or course...but I think they are cruel. many others here obviously don't think they are. That leaves the bathroom and the kitchen as the rooms most likely to not have carpet...and leaving a dog alone in an apartment in a room without carpet actually make a lot of sense. Evidently many people here are fine with letting their dogs urinate and poop on their carpets. As a former apartment manager, I can assure you that is the truth. Keeping the dogs in the kitchen or bathroom certainly takes better care of the apartment...and the linoleum or tile floors are going to be ''much'' easier to clean up ''accidents'' by the dog ...especially if they are not house broken.

September 19 2013 at 12:06 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
usmaels1

I have seen many people speak badly of the owners of this dog. For example, saying they should have had a crate or cage for it...and a couple other ideas. Locking it in a crate all day? Are people serious to suggest that keeping a dog locked in a small cage in a house all day is not cruel? Obviously, this family thought the idea of giving a dog an entire room all day was a ''nice thing'' to do for the dog. Dogs are smart, and the people simply failed to see that the dog would be smart enough to spot that hole above the window. I can see how they may have overlooked that. Obviously...now that they see what the dog was doing and the numerous ways it could have hurt itself...they will use a different way to contain this dog. Just simply fixing that area above the window would take care of the problem. The dog would learn the ''very next time'' he tried it again it was not going to work and the dog would then probably just learn to settle down...but it would sure be better to be locked in a kitchen all day instead of a cage.

September 19 2013 at 11:57 AM Report abuse +1 rate up rate down Reply
Kevin

Attention seeking idiot that should not have a dog.

September 19 2013 at 11:53 AM Report abuse +1 rate up rate down Reply
jzack477

Just like the video shows on TV. They are no longer funny but dangerous and just wrong. This video shows a smart, clever dog locked in a boarded up room. That is wrong in so many ways. It does show that the dog is smarter then the owners. Train your dog properly and everyone is happy and this crap isn't needed.

September 19 2013 at 11:42 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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