Man Proudly Shows Off The Fence He Built To Keep His Dog From Running Away

As dog owners, their safety and wellbeing is our biggest priority. That is why we always make sure that our yards are dog-proof so they can’t get out and get lost.

Of course, sometimes some dogs are a little more determined to not be contained by any fences. One dog owner in particular, found that out the hard way after doing his best to circumvent his dog getting out of the yard.

In a hilarious, 18-second-long video, you can see the documented struggle between a man and his free-spirited dog named Stella.

In the beginning of the video, the man is proudly showing off his fence.

The man ostentatiously announces, “Pretty proud of it, I’d have to say.”

The viewer then assumes that this fence will contain his dog and all is well. However, 3 seconds later, Stella can be seen effortlessly leaping over the fence – proving that the poor man will have to go back to the drawing board.

As undoubtedly the viewers are laughing at this point in the video, the man can be heard saying, “Damn it.”

Poor owner.

The short clip was so funny that it went viral, being viewed more than 4 million times, and counting.

Watch the video below:

Unfortunately, dogs can still find their way out of a fenced in yard. Another way to try and keep them safe is with Cesar’s new Halo Dog Collar! There are only 3,000 of these life-changing safety systems available online only.

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