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    Default She can jump :O

    hi everyone

    Toffee has realised she can jump. This couple were walking their little ball of fluff and toffee wanted to say so she jump over the 4 ft fence much to my disgrace. I was beside myself all i could was "say she just wants to play' Im sorry she wants to say hi"..........lucky no one was knocked over or hurt. They were very good considering, the man even help me catch her again..........bad toffee
    Needless to say we are now building a 6ft fence......will that be big enough?????? How high can they jump????
    She has put out the back until the new fence it up much to her disgrace.

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    Oh yes, they can jump alright!! our fence is about 4ft as well and the OH was next door helping the neighbour do something, and Oskar decided he wanted to be with dad...so after failing first jump, he finally did it...i was inside washing the dishes and I saw him out the kitchen window....all this whimpering and carrying on, next thing over he goes!! My jaw just dropped, and then after that he would jump over the fence when ever it suited him!! We have extended the fence with posts and wire mesh fencing, so he doesnt get out now.

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    My old girl could jump and she did it rilly well like a horse
    I put it to good use by making her jump little jumps and things like that
    her movies are on you tube too I miss her so much
    Lol all dogs can jump
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    Lol Harley use to be able to poke his head over a 6ft fence. I am sure if we had the railings on our side and he was determined enough he could get over. I think he was to lazy though. Naughty puppies

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    Poor baby is a bit upset cause she cant go out the front(thats where I hang out when I have friends over)..........she was very naughty last night with biting etc. It was like she needed entertaining. Longer walk coming up today for her. 6ft will be big enough wont it????

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    3m for some dogs. Some dogs have to be kept in a run with a lid on.

    CuteWinFail: Super Fetch - YouTube

    just do a search on youtube for fence jumping dog.

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    What type of dog is she?

    My old dog could jump 6 ft without even touching the top, he would just sail right on over like he was hopping over a small log. So 6ft might not be high enough.

    Some breeds, IMO, jump higher than others though.

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    get the video, and share. Its really happiest time of their time.

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    yeah i always thought Oskar was the lazy type lol...obviously not lol

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    Hi guys
    sorry i havent been on for a while, I had a little computer problem.....the kids downloaded a virus..........grrrrr

    Toffee is mastiff x amstaff. We started doing the fence and it will just over 6ft(that should work for a bit at least, fingers crossed), so she will be allowed out the front again soon so she can hang with mum........
    Lala what type of dog was he???? a kangadog.....lol

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