Lonely Bouncing Dog Jumps To See Over The Fence
The reason for your dog's jumping behavior may be blatantly obvious to you or it may be due to numerous reasons such as boredom, separation, anxiety, sex drive, fear, lack of exercise, to get to other dogs, seeking attention, something or someone exciting on the other side of the fence, and maybe even because your dog hasn't bonded with you and your family.
Having a safe, secure, jump and escape proof fence is an essential part of owning a dog. Taking away the temptation or even the possibility of your dog jumping the fence is always the best course of action.
Many dogs consider themselves to be escape artists when it comes to fence jumping and that can be a difficult behavior problem to extinguish! Fence jumping is called a "self rewarding" behavior to your dog. So each time your dog jumps the fence the behavior is being strengthened and reinforced which means that it is highly likely to occur again.
Check out this dog jump almost six feet high to see what's up on the other side of the fence. It looks like the pooch is on a trampoline as it jumps very high over the wooden fence. We wonder whether this dog is bouncing on a bouncer or is managing to jump this high only with the help of its legs?
Watching as this determined dog puts some serious effort just to see what’s behind the fence. Maybe the curious canine got bored from staring in the wooden fence and decided to look outside the box and see what’s on the other side of the wall. Thankfully, the man who was walking by caught this bouncing dog on camera.