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2014-04-18 01:59:49 PM
This video is made infinitely better by imagining you're a tiny person riding the dog's back.  "Hi-ho, Dexter.....AWAAAAAAAY!"
 
2014-04-18 02:24:14 PM
I love this dog. I really love the part where he gets to pee on the tree. You can almost hear him say, "Oh, god, I've been waiting to do that all day!"
 
2014-04-18 02:47:12 PM
Nice song choice, too.
 
2014-04-18 03:12:13 PM
ok, that video was fun to watch.
 
2014-04-18 03:14:48 PM
I like that Dexter's instinct from the moment he gets out is to book it as hard as he can and get some distance between himself and the crime.
 
2014-04-18 03:18:55 PM
Every Friday should end with a video like this. Very nicely done, subby.

/love the flopping ears
 
2014-04-18 03:33:57 PM
That brought back some good memories. I had a dog that was a master tunneler. He dug under our fence so many times that all the neighborhood kids knew him and they'd bring him back at least once a week. On hot days he would often dig enormous craters and lie in them to cool off.

He was only cocker-spaniel sized and I often wondered if he didn't have a backhoe hidden somewhere, such was the volume of dirt he could move in an hour.
 
2014-04-18 03:41:31 PM
I love animals with cameras on them videos. Also like how that dog acted, you could tell he was loving his taste of true freedom.
 
2014-04-18 03:43:52 PM

SlothB77: ok, that video was fun to watch.


And absolutely perfect syncing at :50

Well done!
 
2014-04-18 03:44:56 PM
I love it. Although that owner might wanna install an invisible fence one of these days.
 
2014-04-18 03:51:49 PM

RookStar: I love it. Although that owner might wanna install an invisible fence one of these days.


One of my neighbors has one. So far, so good, but every now and then when I walk my Shih-Tzu and Maltese/Pekinese mix in front of his house I wonder if that big-ass dog is one of these days gonna say "Fu*k it...I'll take the shock to get at that asshole and his 2 ankle biters".

I know it's an irrational fear. So?
 
2014-04-18 03:54:27 PM

brigid_fitch: This video is made infinitely better by imagining you're a tiny person riding the dog's back.  "Hi-ho, Dexter.....AWAAAAAAAY!"

I see that you made that same comment, using your FARK handle, on the YouTube video itself. Cool!
 
2014-04-18 03:56:52 PM
AC/DC should make that the official video for that song.

/Was hoping the dog was escaping to get some tail
//Freedom!
 
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2014-04-18 04:52:42 PM
That was fun.  Dog needs to learn to look both ways before bolting into streets tho.

We had a husky that could tunnel under almost any fence. We would get calls from all over the neighborhood.  Eventually we built a very tall fence and buried the base as low as we could, and then surrounded the base with railroad track tiles.

Funny part is, when the original chain link fence was only four feet high, the dog would race towards it, and though one flying jump would clear it easily, she would stop right at the fence, and then jump straight into the air.

It was hysterical.
 
2014-04-18 04:58:07 PM
When the the dog starts running all I could think of is...

So this is what a midgets commute feels like
 
2014-04-18 05:02:31 PM
I thought this was going to be lame but I was wrong.  I hope the music owners don't have the video blocked.
 
2014-04-18 05:12:51 PM

brigid_fitch: This video is made infinitely better by imagining you're a tiny person riding the dog's back.  "Hi-ho, Dexter.....AWAAAAAAAY!"


I was sort of hoping to see GoPro back of dog footage of the sky as he had romantic time with Sadie.
 
2014-04-18 05:39:48 PM
What a boring neighborhood jaunt.

Cats know how to have a good time.
 
2014-04-18 06:01:10 PM

Eddie Adams from Torrance: That brought back some good memories. I had a dog that was a master tunneler. He dug under our fence so many times that all the neighborhood kids knew him and they'd bring him back at least once a week. On hot days he would often dig enormous craters and lie in them to cool off.

He was only cocker-spaniel sized and I often wondered if he didn't have a backhoe hidden somewhere, such was the volume of dirt he could move in an hour.


I had a huge, long-haired German Shepherd who would dig massive caves in our backyard to keep herself A: busy and B: cool in the summer. She weighed about 100 lb. and when I was 16, I was 5'7" and could still crouch down and fit inside them. Fortunately, she did this in an un-landscaped part of the backyard.
 
2014-04-18 06:03:23 PM
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There he goes....there he goes.
 
2014-04-18 06:51:06 PM
Don't buy a high energy dog if you're not going to go running with him every day.
 
2014-04-18 07:47:42 PM
Heh. This vid beautifully illustrates the intended joy behind the quote:

"Live life like someone left the gate open"
 
2014-04-18 08:07:39 PM
The first jailbreak when his ears get to flapping was the highlight of my day so far.
 
2014-04-18 08:21:08 PM
He needs a Yellow Dog.

hookedonhouses.net
 
2014-04-18 08:46:34 PM
Oh, flat out runs for it, ears flapping. I was laughing uncontrollably. Needed that today.
 
2014-04-18 08:53:11 PM

John Buck 41: RookStar: I love it. Although that owner might wanna install an invisible fence one of these days.

One of my neighbors has one. So far, so good, but every now and then when I walk my Shih-Tzu and Maltese/Pekinese mix in front of his house I wonder if that big-ass dog is one of these days gonna say "Fu*k it...I'll take the shock to get at that asshole and his 2 ankle biters".

I know it's an irrational fear. So?


Not an irrational fear, at all. Once my malamutes decided it was worth it, right through that "fence" they'd go. Huge waste of money with my dogs.
 
2014-04-18 09:17:49 PM

Sin_City_Superhero: Nice song choice, too.


I thought "That has to be AC/DC" after the first three notes
 
2014-04-18 10:03:05 PM

wellreadneck: John Buck 41: RookStar: I love it. Although that owner might wanna install an invisible fence one of these days.

One of my neighbors has one. So far, so good, but every now and then when I walk my Shih-Tzu and Maltese/Pekinese mix in front of his house I wonder if that big-ass dog is one of these days gonna say "Fu*k it...I'll take the shock to get at that asshole and his 2 ankle biters".

I know it's an irrational fear. So?

Not an irrational fear, at all. Once my malamutes decided it was worth it, right through that "fence" they'd go. Huge waste of money with my dogs.


Thanks for validating my paranoia.
 
2014-04-18 10:11:32 PM

Eddie Adams from Torrance: That brought back some good memories. I had a dog that was a master tunneler. He dug under our fence so many times that all the neighborhood kids knew him and they'd bring him back at least once a week. On hot days he would often dig enormous craters and lie in them to cool off.

He was only cocker-spaniel sized and I often wondered if he didn't have a backhoe hidden somewhere, such was the volume of dirt he could move in an hour.


We had a Beagle named Bailey that did the same thing!  Whole backyard looked like Verdunne.  We finally dug a trench, and buried hog wire fencing a foot deep, and out two feet from the fenceline.
 
2014-04-18 10:27:38 PM

John Buck 41: wellreadneck: John Buck 41: RookStar: I love it. Although that owner might wanna install an invisible fence one of these days.

One of my neighbors has one. So far, so good, but every now and then when I walk my Shih-Tzu and Maltese/Pekinese mix in front of his house I wonder if that big-ass dog is one of these days gonna say "Fu*k it...I'll take the shock to get at that asshole and his 2 ankle biters".

I know it's an irrational fear. So?

Not an irrational fear, at all. Once my malamutes decided it was worth it, right through that "fence" they'd go. Huge waste of money with my dogs.

Thanks for validating my paranoia.


You have to remember that not much will stop a malamute when it decides it wants something. At least not the one I had years ago.
 
2014-04-18 11:28:44 PM
From that video I concluded that those people purchased a crappy fence, and they live in a depressing wasteland.
 
2014-04-18 11:39:42 PM
Man, that dog loves to run.  WHY WON'T YOU LET HIM RUN???
 
2014-04-18 11:47:21 PM
I felt like cheering whenever those big floppy ears appeared in frame. Great vid.
 
2014-04-19 12:07:50 AM
WHAR VIDEO WHAR??
 
2014-04-19 12:08:26 AM

unyon: I like that Dexter's instinct from the moment he gets out is to book it as hard as he can and get some distance between himself and the crime.


I had to check your profile to see if you were Canadian.

/that dog runs in fast-forward
 
2014-04-19 12:17:33 AM

brigid_fitch: This video is made infinitely better by imagining you're a tiny person riding the dog's back.  "Hi-ho, Dexter.....AWAAAAAAAY!"


it sure does look like we have that sort of perspective
 
2014-04-19 12:52:34 AM
it took a thousand dollar camera for them to discover that he was unpinning the open gate that he was leaving open with the pin clearly raised up.

wow

how the fark did they manage to get that on youtube or does the GoPro now upload and title shiat for you?
 
2014-04-19 01:49:24 AM
Scampering dog + AC/DC = AWESOME VIDEO
 
2014-04-19 02:27:36 AM
My bad day made sooo much better.
Adorable, and perfect song and timing-
Thanks, subby.
 
2014-04-19 03:48:05 AM
This great video was only lessened due to my disappointment stemming from expecting some big jailbreak from a fortress gate when in fact the guy just has a crappy fence.
 
2014-04-19 04:18:37 AM
His constitutional (the walk, not the document) rights are being abridged by that fence!

Unconstitutional surveillance via GoPro on your dog?  It's more likely than you think!
 
2014-04-19 05:32:20 AM
I've owned one jail breaking dog in my life. What an absolute pain in the arse.

Great video, though.
 
2014-04-19 07:33:40 AM

Eddie Adams from Torrance: That brought back some good memories. I had a dog that was a master tunneler. He dug under our fence so many times that all the neighborhood kids knew him and they'd bring him back at least once a week. On hot days he would often dig enormous craters and lie in them to cool off.

He was only cocker-spaniel sized and I often wondered if he didn't have a backhoe hidden somewhere, such was the volume of dirt he could move in an hour.


This....

I've been living that scenario for 7 years now.

Husky: digger extraordinaire and I mean head down, paws furiously digging, clumps of dirt flying 10-20 feet behind him.
Jack Russel: I think that little bastard goads the Husky into digging
Black Lab: Just stands there and barks and pees on things.

Originally the lab would go -over- the fence and the other 2 under so I installed an invisible fence.

They are all now accustomed to it, afraid of it, well, except for the lab. The idiot stands there with his color beeping and tick-tick-tick-ing getting zapped. He's visibly twitching but panting and just enjoying the moment. I took the damn collar off him and used it as a spare. WTF is wrong with him? My wife would laugh hysterically at the dog.

Now, the Husky tests the fence and waits for the lab to snag the wire and break it which causes the base unit to beep beep beep repeatedly so he can make a break for it. He knows the security system has been bypassed.

I'm renaming my back yard to Stalag 13. I forgot to mention though, the Husky is white, pure white. Mix that with some wet soil and he's filthy.
 
2014-04-19 07:44:30 AM
That was a farking thing of beauty. Vive Libre!!
 
2014-04-19 08:31:32 AM

prjindigo: it took a thousand dollar camera for them to discover that he was unpinning the open gate that he was leaving open with the pin clearly raised up.

wow

how the fark did they manage to get that on youtube or does the GoPro now upload and title shiat for you?


A go pro is less than $500. You must just be the life of any party you attend. [sarcasm off]


/run dexter run.
 
2014-04-19 08:50:18 AM
Way to have a shiatty fence and not put any effort whatsoever into keeping your dogs inside them.

Bonus points for running across - what, 4 or 5 open streets and driveways?

I guess you can pick up your crushed Hero3 from your dogs body and see if the footage is still OK.
 
2014-04-19 09:01:38 AM
So, I guess its a great escape when I leave the front door open and our dog walks out. Maybe I should get a gopro so I can figure out how she's getting out cause I've tried everything.
 
2014-04-19 10:35:04 AM
My Malamute is a Houdini so I find this hilarious.

Her kennel is a 6' tall chain link fence reinforced with concrete buried 8" deep around the base because she would dig out.   Yet she kept escaping by chewing & pulling on the chain link until it unraveled enough for her to escape.    The latest reinforcement is with equine field fence from Tractor Supply.    So far, so good, but I still don't trust her.
 
2014-04-19 10:55:29 AM
The owner has tried everything, including a hundred dollar camera to get youtube hits, everything except a $12 chain from the Home Depot.
 
2014-04-19 02:47:48 PM

John Buck 41: RookStar: I love it. Although that owner might wanna install an invisible fence one of these days.

One of my neighbors has one. So far, so good, but every now and then when I walk my Shih-Tzu and Maltese/Pekinese mix in front of his house I wonder if that big-ass dog is one of these days gonna say "Fu*k it...I'll take the shock to get at that asshole and his 2 ankle biters".

I know it's an irrational fear. So?


Me X had an invisible fence and let the collar batteries get low and they didn't shock the dogs as much as they should have.  Ever since that moment they decided a little zap was nothing compared to freedom.  They'd cross the perimeter without hesitation, fresh batteries or not.  The damnedest thing was they wouldn't come back IN the perimeter and would whine until you went out and touched their collar.  once touched they ran balls to the wall for the house.
 
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