Dog gate no match up for Blue Heeler (nanny cam)

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decides daily life is much better on the other side of the steel dog . A 55 pound Blue decides that a dog gate will not retain him in the place. His are a bit sore but he seems to be great. I sent an to customerservice@fourpaws.com to enable them know about a “feasible” layout flaw.
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Comments

    • TianaLucy
    • February 6, 2012

    @jenrebecc actually i had a blue heeler for 13 yrs, adn have just recently gotten another one. She is now 5mnths old and i think i know how they act and how smart they r. I GREW UP WITH THEM MY WHOLE LIFE!

    • LadyArtemis112
    • February 6, 2012

    Smart dog! lol We have two blue heelers; Checkers (who’s getting old unfortunately) and Truman (a rescue). They are both just awesome, smart dogs! I love Heelers! 🙂

    • victoriax08
    • February 6, 2012

    @jenrebecc

    Chill. No one can be with their dogs 24/7 even if they’re filthy rich. People have different ways of raising dogs.

    • adrian03411
    • February 6, 2012

    @jenrebecc would you like a cookie?

    • DAVID0665
    • February 6, 2012

    I grew up with them my whole life also and I’m 46 yrs old. Heelers temperament and energy level really don’t lend to being a house dog or a city dog. You don’t have to be rich to have one, I’m certainly not rich and I own 2. But, they were bred to be ranch/farm dogs. They are highly intelligent and will take to games, ie.e frisbee, ball, etc. with very little training. The Heelers I have encountered who have been locked in a house all day or a cage or a fence, tend to become mean.

    • vaqueradecali
    • February 6, 2012

    I love this video. Of course, I love the breed.

    “I’m bored”

    “Gate”

    “Gate looks good”

    “Must.Get.Through.Gate”

    It’s why we love them!

    • drakewade20061
    • February 6, 2012

    lmao the deadication of your dog is amazing u can tell when he stops and thinks “ok lets try something els “

    • drakewade20061
    • February 6, 2012

    @gvandenb they should put a warning on the box when buying the gate “NOT ACD proof”

    • TianaLucy
    • February 6, 2012

    my dog (i have a video of her on here) she lives inside to sleep at night and every now and again tries jumping over the gate.

    • zuzugirl4ever
    • February 6, 2012

    Know-it-alls are such a pain in the ass aren’t they?

    • OldieAska
    • February 6, 2012

    oooo poor dog !

    • quinnrin
    • February 6, 2012

    I love how he sits stuck for a second like….damn maybe not such a good idea

    • carriwithac
    • February 6, 2012

    took him a while…but I never doubted his will…oh what videos we would see if we had cameras everywhere…very cool dog

    • SMDInvestigations
    • February 6, 2012

    We have two blue heelers in Panama. The locals think they’re jackals- go figure! Prior to these, I always had Ger Sheps and thought there was no dog smarter. I was wrong. These guys are problem solvers extraordinaire.

    • briezielittle
    • February 6, 2012

    @DAVID0665 I’m sure gvandenb realizes that. My blue heeler is amazing and a perfect pet and she’s a house dog, I give her all the exercise she needs and I’m sure that one gets it too. When school starts she’s left alone in the house up to 7 hours or more/five days a week and she’s still perfect, not even domineering or anything. Also were in a city, average size yard, anddd she’s still happy..
    

    • 99screamninregal
    • February 6, 2012

    Gotta love Heelers. Humans in canine form I tell ya. My Heeler thinks he’s human 90% of the time. So ridiculously smart.

    • 99screamninregal
    • February 6, 2012

    If no dog can do it, a Heeler sure will.

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