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My husband and I were watching Leno last night. He had a segment about pets that was pretty hilarious. Most amazing was a dog that escaped from a screened in porch. The dog had somehow wedged it's way into the corner with it's back feet against one screen and it's front feet against the screen perpendicular. Slowly it walked it's way up to the ceiling, while the other dogs watched, where there was an opening and popped right out! It was kind of hard to see the dog while inside but during the clip I said to my husband it's probably a beagle. My husband looked closer and said I think it <span style="font-style: italic">is</span> a beagle!
And once the dog popped out...you guessed it.. BEAGLE!!

 

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OMG! I hadn't seen it before that is hysterical. I am amazed the others didn't follow through. Leave it to beagles, when they want something they figure out a way to get it!

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I have actually had someone send me that clip before. We stud out our male beagle and one of the little females that was here visiting was doing some incredible escape type maneuvers. I had written to the female's owner to let him know how smart his little female was and he sent this to me to show that just like the beagle in this video, his beagle could be just as determined.

We actually have a dog door that has a sliding panel to close it. In order to keep some dogs in and some out, I had closed it. Well it was apparent that the sliding door was no challenge as this little gal was out it in 45 seconds or less. I then decide to put a concrete block on the other side of the sliding panel (outside), I placed a wood kitchen chair that rested right on top of the sliding panel on the inside. Well that took less than 2 minutes for her to get through. Then I did all the same, but placed a heavy concrete block on the seat of the chair thinking she must have lifted the chair up somehow. I had it wedged between the kitchen table and the wall that holds the dog door. That took less than 3 minutes to get through. I was at my wits end. I finally just pushed the wire kennel that normally sits under my kitchen table over in front of the panel and as simple as that was...it's all it took. She quit getting out.
 

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wow, Donna, she really wanted out!
 
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