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2008-09-15 11:58:43 AM
As the owner of a Beagle, I can attest that that escape attempt is typical Beagle behavior. If they weren't so cute, the Beagle breed would be extinct.

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2008-09-15 11:59:11 AM
Release the hounds! Oh wait...
 
2008-09-15 11:59:38 AM
PacManDreaming: As the owner of a Beagle, I can attest that that escape attempt is typical Beagle behavior. If they weren't so cute, the Beagle breed would be extinct.

Or they would be our overlords.
 
2008-09-15 12:02:06 PM
Awesome
 
2008-09-15 12:20:30 PM
i love how one of the ones left behind puts his paw up at the end like, "wait, now come back and let US out!"
 
2008-09-15 12:31:13 PM
OK, his two buddies at the end were pretty durned cute.
 
2008-09-15 01:00:56 PM
That was farking the greatest escape ever! Kudos for the little Cujo.
 
2008-09-15 01:28:42 PM
I own a beagle and a beagle/jack russel mix. Both are high-strung, energenic, and have an uncanny ability to climb/jump/escape from pretty much anything put in front of them, with the exception of their kennels (thank God!). The only reason why my back yard fence holds them in is because they are too busy sniffing the ground to look up and see where they are and how to get out.
 
2008-09-15 01:44:10 PM
Ahhh, how cute! A puppy mill!
 
2008-09-15 01:48:33 PM
That's the most amazing thing I've ever seen.
 
2008-09-15 02:10:08 PM
bigpete: Ahhh, how cute! A puppy mill!



First thing i thought of. Three beatuiful puppies, sitting in a shed fit for storing compost. The whole thing screams of "puppy mill" to me.
 
2008-09-15 02:30:56 PM
Your dog wants a rock hammer and a Rita Hayworth poster.
 
2008-09-15 02:32:35 PM
Reyito: bigpete: Ahhh, how cute! A puppy mill!



First thing i thought of. Three beatuiful puppies, sitting in a shed fit for storing compost. The whole thing screams of "puppy mill" to me.


Mmmm....I dunno. If that were true, there would be more pups in there, like about thirty.

Three is a safe number of dogs in that kennel. That's plenty of room for them to play in.
 
2008-09-15 02:41:23 PM
Juniper Jupiter: Reyito: bigpete: Ahhh, how cute! A puppy mill!



First thing i thought of. Three beatuiful puppies, sitting in a shed fit for storing compost. The whole thing screams of "puppy mill" to me.

Mmmm....I dunno. If that were true, there would be more pups in there, like about thirty.

Three is a safe number of dogs in that kennel. That's plenty of room for them to play in.


Who knows how many are in there? Look at 1'38.... you can clearly count at least 4 puppies (1 at the door, one on top of the door, 1 on top of of the 'box" in the back, and one "in" the box") and if you look in the back yard a bit you can see another similarly shaped shed back there.
 
2008-09-15 02:52:11 PM
ccguy: Your dog wants a rock hammer and a Rita Hayworth poster.

LOL, way better than my headline.

/Subby
 
2008-09-15 02:57:56 PM
Wow, that was awesome! That little guy deserved his freedom.
 
2008-09-15 02:58:26 PM
CouchMonkey

Thanks! Awesome vid
 
2008-09-15 03:02:36 PM
D-D-D-Dave: CouchMonkey

Thanks! Awesome vid


Thanks, I have no background on it. One of my friends posted it on a forum I frequent. I thought it was Farkworthy
 
2008-09-15 03:06:26 PM
My parents have a shorthaired pointer that pulls similar stunts. He was a street dog, and they were warned before they adopted him that he had a knack for climbing fences.

Basically, there's no way to keep him in. If he wants to go somewhere, he'll just go.
 
2008-09-15 03:16:49 PM
From the Youtube comments:

"The dog has done this before hence the boards and the brick on the roof in that spot - that didn't work. This is why Spain doesn't have a space-program."
 
2008-09-15 03:50:16 PM
I will also agree that beagles have the uncanny ability to get out of anything. My Summer can get off of her lead when she's outside. She also sneaks past us when we're busy.
 
2008-09-15 03:54:37 PM
Reyito: Juniper Jupiter: Reyito: bigpete: Ahhh, how cute! A puppy mill!



First thing i thought of. Three beatuiful puppies, sitting in a shed fit for storing compost. The whole thing screams of "puppy mill" to me.

Mmmm....I dunno. If that were true, there would be more pups in there, like about thirty.

Three is a safe number of dogs in that kennel. That's plenty of room for them to play in.

Who knows how many are in there? Look at 1'38.... you can clearly count at least 4 puppies (1 at the door, one on top of the door, 1 on top of of the 'box" in the back, and one "in" the box") and if you look in the back yard a bit you can see another similarly shaped shed back there.


You do know there are usually more than 1-2 puppies per litter? Some dogs can have double digits. I know, it's crazy.
 
2008-09-15 04:43:44 PM
Get busy livin' or get busy dying.
 
2008-09-15 05:27:08 PM
obligatory:
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2008-09-15 05:48:15 PM
I for one welcome our beagle overlords.....
 
2008-09-15 05:55:18 PM
Yeah, but he lands with a *THWOP!* and we never see him get up.
 
2008-09-15 07:18:24 PM
I'm impressed. I want to hug him and squeeze him and call him George.
 
2008-09-15 09:37:34 PM
That would be Hairy Houdini.
 
2008-09-15 10:20:42 PM
I came for the 'that was shopped' comments and, was oddly let down.
 
2008-09-15 10:39:20 PM
GonzoNihilist: I came for the 'that was shopped' comments and, was oddly let down.

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2008-09-16 12:32:13 AM
chopit: My parents have a shorthaired pointer that pulls similar stunts. He was a street dog, and they were warned before they adopted him that he had a knack for climbing fences.

Basically, there's no way to keep him in. If he wants to go somewhere, he'll just go.


There's always this particular option...
 
2008-09-16 12:55:45 AM
Beagles tend to have lots of puppies. It's one of the reasons they are used in 99% of animal testing involving dogs.
 
2008-09-16 01:01:07 AM
I have a beagle-chihuahua mix. She is as cute and high-strung (and damnably smart) as any dog I've ever had - she used to regularly clear our 6ft gate in the yard (and then come around and scratch at the front door to show off).
 
2008-09-16 02:34:35 AM
i hate dogs. he probably escaped to go shiat on his owners stuff.
 
2008-09-16 10:21:27 AM
John Nash: Beagles tend to have lots of puppies. It's one of the reasons they are used in 99% of animal testing involving dogs.

...but cats have nine lives, which makes them more ideal for that.
 
2008-09-16 12:04:22 PM
nefarius armati: John Nash: Beagles tend to have lots of puppies. It's one of the reasons they are used in 99% of animal testing involving dogs.

...but cats have nine lives, which makes them more ideal for that.


I wouldn't think a cat would be very good for animal testing involving dogs, but what do I know
 
2008-09-16 12:42:26 PM
some_beer_drinker: i hate dogs. he probably escaped to go shiat on his owners stuff.

Well... everybody needs a hobby.
 
2008-09-17 01:52:16 AM
sonnymaou: That would be Hairy Houdini.

FTW!
 
2008-09-17 11:04:59 PM
This dog is so ready for Ninja Warrior.
 
2008-09-18 12:31:54 AM
Houndini.
 
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