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    • That's a personal problem.
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    • I beat the PORN!!!
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    • I left my door open one day and I came home to find my dog lying in the doorway, looking at me like "Oh, you're back. Guess what you forgot to do, jackass?"
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    • Me watching him from the door knowing he will come back scratching the door and crying at night
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    • All these people who have never owned a dog, pontificating about bad training.
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    • Dogs aren’t intelligent enough to understand running around outside means no food or shelter
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    • just reminding you to crack your fingers
      aHotDog 13 aug
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    • Humans: have lungs that work completely fine. Humans when they see Juul:
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    • Whenever I open the front door my dog runs out, pees, and runs back inside, even though I have a dog door but whatever you do you dog
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    • Well, you miss one big thing: EXERCISE
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    • Freedom beats all the "comforts" of captivity
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    • _Benji_ 12 aug
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    • I've 3 types of dogs one that runs outside like a demon out of hell. A dog that goes outside once and immediately wants to go back inside. And a dog that goes outside and comeback inside when told and if it doesn't it leaves for like 12 to 15 hours and comes back like nothing happened
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    • I shall take the opportunity to boast about my dog who never exits the house without permission even if the door is wide open and is given free reign in the backyard to do her business and never fails to come straight back. Did I mention the off leash walking?
      Deveydev 12 aug
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    • Think about this: You're stuck in a house with baajc necessities, but have never ever been outside. You've seen the world threw the windows, but you've never explored. Wouldn't you want to?
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    • Swiigy 12 aug
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    • Mine doesn’t do that, yours just doesn’t love you
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    • I let my dog run out the front door because he just wants to look around. He always runs back when I whistle to him
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    • Freedom. Your dogs cries for freedom.
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    • Nyooom
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    • My dog when the front door opens
      Subject27 12 aug
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    • You do realize dogs do this because they aren’t being taken outside/played with enough. They’re basically on a prison break.
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    • Freedom and curiosity will always surpass material comforts.
      Hesse 12 aug
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    • Once my untrained dog escaped without me noticing. I assumed he was in his usual napping space in the laundry room, but then I heard barking at the door. Opened it up and my dog was sitting there. To this day I have no idea how he got out nor how long he was gone. I hope he had a good time, though.
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    • I live in a rural area and when my dog was young he would love running outside and he would run an insane amount. His breed is part greyhound and he had abnormally long legs for his breed so he was great at running. He also loved hunting various rodents and groundhogs. Now he's old n loves AC lol.
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    • Ur not giving him enough outside time if he's always bolting for the door.
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    • Nobody desires what they already have
      Ocivius 18 aug
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    • Can't relate. If my dog gets out he runs around, but he is always within at least 10 meters of me/my family
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    • Walk your dog more often
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    • Well you should walk them every day so they don't go crazy
      Mexnerd7 14 aug
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    • I mean it's instinctual. Its not you (in most cases). Unless you beat your dog. Do you beat your dog?
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    • When you can't understand they want freedom not dry food bits
      CSETI_CE5 13 aug
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    • Sven would never leave Felix
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    • A repost of mine i see
      Kaldonis 13 aug
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    • FREEDOM
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    • Your dog is tired of getting molested.
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    • My dog once got out and was somehow found at maccas of places
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    • Does anybody else's dog not run *away*, just runs. Mine (huskies) will run for a bit, look back to make sure we're following, then run a bit more. Then they'll circle back and just walk back to the door when they get tired
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    • All you fuckin idiots in the comments are bitching about people are bad owners if their dog does this. I'm sorry but that is species specific. I have two of the best greyhounds on the planet and it's just their fuckin nature to be free and run. And I promise you that you won't catch up when they...
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    • We have a doggy door on our front door cause my dog is too scared of the cars to run away. He’ll just chill in the front yard
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    • You don't exercise your dog enough
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    • Doesnt that mean you just dont take them out enough
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    • Prison is the same way lmao
      TrueBlu 12 aug
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    • They’re not running away, they just want some outside time. Heck, they WANT you to chase them. It’s fun for them
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    • For my dog at least it’s all a ploy to get a treat to lure him back in
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    • Just yesterday my dog and I went outside, leashless and I watched her walk around and investigate the lawn between apartments. Once I was done hanging out outside, I called her name and said we were going back inside. And she ran back in.
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    • Just had three dogs pass this week, I will forever miss you Bella muffin and Lucy. See you at the golden bridge
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    • Me when I hold neutered animals captive in my home
      Xundus 12 aug
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    • Means ur not walking ur dog enough retard
      toltec 12 aug
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    • Am I the only one who's dog doesn't do this
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    • My pit bull/German Shepherd mix will UNLOCK AND OPEN the patio door himself, go outside and do his business, and then come right back in the house. Instead of being mad at him I’m tryin to teach him to close the door when he gets back inside lol
      Maysel 12 aug
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    • You're supposed to give them REALLY frequent walks, then after some time (depending on your dog) they shouldn't be so determined on running away.
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    • That's because you don't take ur dog outside often. My dog Vanilla use to do this until I started taking her to the doggy park an hour a day. Another thing I dont know what the fuck Blitz_Falcon is trying to say
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    • My dog just turned a year old and I let her run out the front door but all she does is run around my car in my drive waiting on me to open a door so she can get in and go for a ride
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    • But what he lacks... is freedom. The ability to choose ones own destiny is better than any amount of food, shelter, water, or affection.
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    • My dog has a perfectly good life. Fresh water and food. Nice bed. Little backyard. She still shits in the house.
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    • Maybe if you walk your dog like you’re supposed to then they won’t want to go outside so bad
      _Lime 12 aug
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    • Paradise is a prison if you’re not aloud to leave
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    • Doesn’t have unlimited spacr
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    • Take him for a fucking walk u lazy fuck
      Numbrq 17 aug
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    • Should let em go if it does that
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    • Mine doesnt do that. My dog is a good girl
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    • What the point of living if you cant be free
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    • Yes food, water, shelter, and love are important but so is exercise, training, and making sure they're spayed or neutered so they don't want to constantly fuck everything that moves and pee all over the house...
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    • When my dog got real old, he always came back. Same to my other dog (he died of disease 😭) he did go farther but he’d come back
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    • That's a training issue
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    • I...must..do... ZOOMS
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    • That’s because he needs pussy too!
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    • Maybe treat your dog with love and respect and he won't run away
      ProPain 13 aug
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    • He just wants to go on an accelerated walk
      Ghost4815 12 aug
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    • If that is the case and u have to chase him down set out a blanket with ur smell or the dogs smell and a bowl of water they smell better than hear
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    • My dog has always been loyal cause she knows no one else would take her ass
      Oslith 12 aug
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    • Exercise is supposed to be in that equation somewhere
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    • Theres unlimited food water shelter and "love" in prison, and people try to escape all the time
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    • That’s actually a sign of excessively strict training and not enough exposure to the outside world.
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    • He bolts like "MORE FRIENS!"
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    • Unlimited shelter, this man has ended homelessness
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    • My dog ran away one time, came back soaking wet, we dried her off, gave her some food and water, never ran away again. Sometimes they gotta see how much better home is.
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    • My dog doesn't run away from me
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    • If you don’t let your dog go outside, you’re not a good owner.
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    • Dogs are true Americans always striving for freedom
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    • The one thing your house doesn’t have: a plethora of various and ever-changing scents
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    • You did the same thing to your parents
      DankType 12 aug
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    • Well you must be doing something wrong
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    • Guys, I love bread. Like bread gets me going, you know? I REALLY want to get hot and toast-y with bread. I want to put bread in my throat and feel it in my stomach the next day. Bread is ALL that matters to me. I don’t care what type as long as it’s not flat bread (flat bread is boring), but my
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    • Maybe he's gotta piss
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    • Dont rub peanut butter on your dick then
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    • Freedom is preferable to pleasant confinement
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    • that’s called a gilded cage
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    • Dog is in kennel all day*
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    • My dog doesn’t even wanna walk out of the front door without her leash, she gets scared and runs further back into the house
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    • Walk your dogs. It will teach them when they supposed to go outside. It will also help them remember how to get home if they ever happen to get out.
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