Do you know that while we try our best to keep our dogs in, some dogs however would like to keep themselves out? When this happens, this cause worry to pet parents and will worry less only when there pets are home safe.
A REPORT from companies making dog tracker devices such as GPS collars said that dogs are one of the best escape artists and follow some certain trends. Good news is that 93 percent of these dogs find there way back home.
Let’s find out why some dogs tend to run away from their owners
Dogs are looking for some adventure. Dogs who gets very small attention and who tends to spend most of their time indoors or in a small yard gets bored and will find a way to entertain themselves by making an escape route. While dogs escape in any time of the day, most dogs still look for the comfort of their home and readily available food. While these dogs are able to entertain themselves outside the fences, they are not really aware of the possible dangers waiting for them.
Dogs follow their instincts. Dogs that have been left alone for a long time may go out in search of a companion. Dogs by nature like to belong in a pack, and they see their adopted human families as a pack. Dogs that are left alone for a long time will tend to follow their instincts to find a new pack. Or if a dog has not been fixed with a partner, they tend to find it in on their own.
Dogs found an easy escape route. Dogs love to explore and if given the chance, they would grab it. When dogs find an easy escape route, there is no thinking twice. They would immediately use that escape route to explore your neighbor’s cat, chase a mouse, or bring home a squirrel.
Dogs are frightened. Thunderstorms, loud and deafening sound, these are some factors that makes dog run away. Dogs gets frightened and reacts by running away in search for a haven away from the threatening sound like thunder. While dogs react to these kinds of sounds, they still find their way back home.
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