New Doggy Gate Is No Match For Athletic Dog

We love our dogs. But sometimes we need to keep them out of certain rooms or areas of the house. The reasons can vary, from anything like wanting to keep a pet off some freshly cleaned carpet or out of trouble when they’re alone at home. 

For one dog owner, they made their best effort to keep their dog out of the kitchen when the owner wasn’t at home. While the intent was there, the dog wasn’t going to necessarily cooperate. And based on a video clip, the dog didn’t see a barrier but rather a challenge.

The doggie gate was not going to stop this tenacious pooch from getting into the kitchen. And the pup had some crazy moves on his side as well. As the owner uploaded to Twitter, the video showed that the pup had springs in his legs. The dog’s owner wrote, “Chill my dog can’t get out of the gate.”

Watch the impressive leap below:

There is no stopping this dog. Have you ever had something similar happen with your pup? Let us know!

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