our “dog door” — the evidence

You know you wanted it. Here’s a (poorly made) video of our walnut brain dog, Becca, letting herself out the sliding glass door, our “new dog door.” This time it wasn’t locked, but I WILL get footage of that. She opens it, locked or unlocked.

You’ll note she fails to close it.

Anyone want a dog?

Now, when we leave the house, the sliding door is battened down like the rig of a ship heading to the Southern Ocean.

Again, I ask, anyone want a Houdini reincarnate dog?

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6 responses to “our “dog door” — the evidence

  1. You’re going to have to change the name of your blog to “Close the Door ‘Cuz the Damn Dog Keeps Leaving It Open.”
    .-= Brooke´s last blog ..A Week in the Life . . . =-.

  2. I know! This changes everything! Except that if the door is closed and she is outside, she still has to bark like a s.o.b. to come in and we’re still inside yelling, “will someone LET THE DOG IN?!?!”
    .-= Wendy´s last blog ..our “dog door” — the evidence =-.

  3. And this is why having a short fat dog is so nice. I know that if the dang door is closed, it stays closed.

  4. That was wonderful! Put it on YouTube and watch the hits roll in!

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  6. Nice! I like the way the dog speeds away after successfully opening the door – making good her escape and covering up the fact it was her who opened the door. Walnut brain? Well, they’re supposed to be the ultimate brain food aren’t they? 😉
    Eric David Lough´s last blog post ..My first post – back to blogging