He sure didn't expect that.
The Belgian Malinois breed is known for athleticism. Dad should have built a taller fence
Dad didn’t sound so disappointed, almost as if he knew what was coming
Even 12 inches isn’t high enough for a Husky. How much more a Malinois?
“I had the opposite problem for awhile. My terrier mix and Bassett Hound would dig under the fence and escape.”
“Omg I can’t stop laughing ….. he jumped with no effort.”
“Been there. I had to invest in a cable as a last resort after being fined $100 for 2 failure to control my dog.”
This Redditor’s German Shepherd scales walls over 10 feet tall
Dad would need to build an extension of the wall. But there’s every possibility that the dog will find other ways to escape
“Had a husky for a little while. We had a full 6 ft fence he laughed at it.”
Either make an extension or tear it down and build a bigger fence
“I’m soooo glad I didn’t teach my dog to jump.”
It’s moments like these that remind us why we adore our furry companions – their antics never fail to entertain and brighten our days.
So, what’s the moral of this tail-wagging tale? Sometimes, no matter how hard we try, our pets will always find a way to keep us on our toes.
So here's to Stella, the master of mischief, and to all the dog owners who find themselves outsmarted by their beloved companions.
And hey, maybe next time, Dad will remember to build a fence fit for a master escapologist like Stella!
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