• Dog Logic:
You give them plenty of
food and water...
A comfy bed in a warm
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    • My dog has separation anxiety, we’ve had him since he could fit in our hands. He hates being too far when we go on walks and the only reason he wears a leash is cause of the HOA, he doesn’t need it cause again he is glued to us.
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    • My name is Barky Allen and I am the fastest dog alive, to the outside world I am an ordinary dog, but to me and my friends at WOOF Labs I fight cats and other metadogs like me. But a door open up new a world filled with threats. And I am the only one fast enough to stop them, I am the Fluff.
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    • Nah. My doggie is a good boy 🥰
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    • If my dog gets out he just waits at the front door for someone to let his lazy ass in.
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    • My puppy would probably run away. But one time I was outside and I tripped and let go of the leash, and she started walking. But once she realized I wasn't walking with her, she kinda just sat there and waited for me. So maybe not.
      Taelor 24 jul
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    • Try running with your dog, or maybe even playing more actively. Chances are they want to go explore or “play chase” and feel bored and restless indoors.
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    • My fatass beagle tries to kinda waddle off, but he’s too slow to get far
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    • Adios
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    • They'll do that and come right back sooner than later like "there's no food out there"
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    • Stockholm syndrome hasn't set in yet
      EllieJoel 24 jul
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    • My dog ran through her invisible fence once by accident, the shock scared her so much she sat and waited for me to come get her
      pididdles 24 jul
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    • Nah I let my good girl out tell her to go potty and she always comes back in a few minutes. Had her well over a year and shes never even tried to run.
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    • My German shepherd thinks it’s a game when he gets out and I chase after him
      Robert123 24 jul
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    • They mean to come back, they just wanna look around, but they get lost
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    • I present to you: the shock collar
      Truck_kun 24 jul
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    • Well duh, you give them shit food. I only give my dog a blue rare filet mignon over the top of a mixed veggie sorbet to give them their other important nutrients and all of this was a lie, but I'd like to do it tho
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    • My pit bull is very spoiled to the point I have to manhandle him to make him go outside because he doesn’t want to get his feet dirty, but when I put him on a leash he knows it’s time to go for a ride so he waits by the door until we go. He loves car rides.
      Redneck_7 24 jul
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    • This is my husky. He’s a douche, but a lovable douche
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    • We realized our dog did it because he thought it was fun when we chased him around the neighborhood
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    • They just wanna adventure
      IceByte 25 jul
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    • My good shepherd will sit at the open door or open gate and not pass through until invited
      KOmedic 24 jul
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    • I think my dog has autism.
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    • My dog would run out, piss on every bush in the neighborhood, then come back. Little shit.
      xBluex 24 jul
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    • My dog has spent her whole life in an apartment, so the only time she gets to go out is when I'm with her. The one time she got out on her own, she immediately turned around and came back because she realized I wasnt with her.
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    • No one noticed this was brutus and pixie... Or at least no one said anything about it... Huh.
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    • Walk your dog more
      Offworldr 24 jul
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    • I have an 80 pound Blue Pit that does this. But we can’t just be like “ah he’ll come back eventually” cuz someone will either steal him or call the pound because they’re scared of him even tho he’s just a big teddy bear
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    • My dog peachy is so slow in the house, but as soon as the door opens he bolts
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    • I had a dog like that once. Open the door and “GONE” no amount on commands would make her stop, well until a speeding car did. She was dead instantly. I learned a hard lesson. Put the fucking leash on the dog before you open the damn door. I was 14 at the time and haven’t had anymore problems since
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    • Nah i can open my door my dog will bolt out of excitement but I can literally call him back and he will return every time. There's a rule.. if a puppy runs out you never discipline then when you finally get them back if you hit them when they return it teaches them coming to you hurts
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    • I have a boxer and take her running everyday. She is very obedient but the second she sees a wide open field she goes crazy and won’t let me grab her leash. If I start to walk away then she’ll run up beside me and continue the walk as if nothing happened. I’m probably just too slow for her
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    • "Aight, i'm boutta head out"
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    • Freedom baby
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    • Mine don’t run the just walk outside and sniff everything. One of them still doesn’t listen when I call them back. She must need to sniff
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    • Autauga 24 jul
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    • Lilo is well trained. She doesn’t leave the yard. Every now and then she goes to the neighbors yard to test her limits.
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    • Can’t relate
      bella67 24 jul
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    • You know who else gets everything they need? Prison inmates. You know who will most likely escape given the chance... Prison inmates. While you think you dog is happy being in the house 24/7, please remember that your dog is STUCK in the house 24/7...
      Arlaul 24 jul
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    • That pushed air through my nostrils and made me smile for a good 20 seconds
      mopar 24 jul
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    • Martha Speaks
      PushiCat 24 jul
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    • My dog does this at night but instead of running, you can hear him very slowly walking up the driveway, and you can’t see him so he just stops if you call him, waits a few seconds, then keeps going
      ebodnar 24 jul
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    • Plot twist: the dogs name is Come
      Colsifer 24 jul
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    • My dog ‘ran away’ twice in the first month I had her. Once she followed our normal walking path and then stopped to try and get a squirrel. The second she decided to plop down in our neighbor’s lawn and demand belly rubs.
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    • Mabye train tour dog? I’ve got a 17lb ball of fluff that will come when called. Bring me things. And walks off leash everywhere because I fucking trained him to do so
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    • I have a German Shepherd. When we go outside, he’ll run, but then sit and wait for a few seconds until I catch up to him.
      SwirlyBro 25 jul
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    • Martha?
      PaGnoon 25 jul
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    • If a animal is truly comfortable where it's at, yes it will still run, but because of the food and bedding, it will nost likely return
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    • My older dog has hip dysplasia and got out the other day but the garage door was open so she just came around and sat next to the door because she wanted to come back in
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    • My dog literally just did that and I had to chase him down the road
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    • I jist shut the door and wait... Little bastards start freaking out trying to claw their way through the metal plate. And i just start calling the name the whole time
      jayetrom 24 jul
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    • He was earning your trust and planning the escape.
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    • My dog is way too lazy to do that anymore.
      mikebo26 24 jul
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    • My dog is to much of a pussy to run
      VibeZones 24 jul
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    • Ugh my dog did this to me today. Strained my quad catching him. He’s a very fast German Shepherd/ husky mix lol. Should’ve stretched beforehand.
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    • Means they’re not getting enough exercise
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    • we had a dog that would run away and always just come back if we didn't find him first he stopped after one winter he was gone for 5 hours in below freezing weather finally found him shaking on the front porch when we got back from looking...never ran again
      kstove96 26 jul
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    • Yep my dog does that :/ I have to run down the stairs with my bike and fucking start pedaling quick
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    • They deserve some slack for how infinitely loyal they are otherwise
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    • The dogs face in the last panel oml
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    • I never have lauphed so hard XD
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    • If my dog runs away I yell “do you want a treat” and she teleports back
      IDKMan218 24 jul
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    • They think it's a game. For most dogs if you don't chase they'll come back
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    • It’s freedom, that’s the difference.
      NB243 24 jul
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    • Every time me dog gets out he’ll make you want to chase him, so usually I’ll pretend like I don’t care and just call his name, 8/10 times he runs fast as fuck boi and if now I squeak his toy rrealllyyy loud he come zooming
      mikey500 24 jul
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    • This is my boy Alfred, he runs when I open the door but I’m able to chase him down everytime
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    • 900th comment
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    • For a moment I thought this was Martha Speaks
      AsherFA 26 jul
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    • That's my dog Jazz I have to go running after him. He's a Miniature Jack Russell and runs super fast considering the size of his body and only weighing 12 pounds.
      KatyNadal 26 jul
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    • My dog would never leave. Theres been times I've left the back door open all night and she never left. She's a bulldog if anyone was wondering.
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    • The face is so derpy
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    • Martha?
      Vectorr 25 jul
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    • Huskies! My girl bolts if the gate is open for a sec.
      mmmmkkk 24 jul
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    • theres only two reasons why your dog would run from you. 1. you didnt raise it and it doesnt care about you or 2. youre a fucking beta who can show simple love, respect & direction to a dog let alone yourself. just get a cat, that cat will treat you as shitty as you treat yourself.
      MrSamster 24 jul
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    • glorymay for real... Pisses me off
      JuSt_JaSe 24 jul
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    • ah the same tired old joke but told in poor comic form
      hoodiehoo 24 jul
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    • ZOOMIES
      Falconaia 24 jul
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    • I... AM... SPEED
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    • My dog used to do, but today she laid down where she was when I said stop.
      Franny_07 24 jul
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    • Anyone hears the Flash TV CW Theme
      Chemneko 24 jul
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    • You know
      JGBaker 24 jul
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    • A caged bird still wishes to fly
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    • All the comfort in the world is meaningless without freedom.
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    • Cuz dogs are ducking morons...
      conorfinn 24 jul
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    • My dog would always go to the same house, and we’d get a call from them like “hey, it’s us, we have Maggie”
      lile8 24 jul
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    • My dog is an outside dog so this but in reverse
      Jcralb 24 jul
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    • Dogs that are cooped up in a house or a fence need to be out in the open
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    • T r a i n your fuckin dog! It’s not that hard, stop being lazy
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