Reclaiming a runaway

Dealing with a runaway or wayward dog that is constantly bolting out the door whenever he sees the opportunity can be a very frustrating and testing thing to deal with. Dogs who don't obey at call are also infuriating. But figuring out and finding out the reason for this occurrence will help. Maybe your dog runs off because what he finds outside might be more rewarding for him than being inside with you. AChain Link Dog Kennelis a great place to keep a dog in yard.

Why do dogs run away?

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