Max and Allie

Max  and Allie

Monday, July 2, 2012

I know how she is getting out

I saw Zoie leave the fence Saturday !!!!!!!!!!!!!  We were walking our last walk of the day a little after 9 PM.  We were in the far back south-east corner,  Zoie sees a cat in her yard !!!!  She went full speed to catch the cat.  That cat flew over the fence and  SO DID ZOIE !!!!! Right over the fence almost like it wasn't there.  The cat got up a big oak tree and was safe but there was Zoie at the bottom of that tree.
She wouldn't come to me.  I had to go get her!!!  Now I know how she is getting out ---she jumps the  6 ft fence!!!!
I let her out at 2 am Sunday and she took off like a short and was gone for hours. She wasn't back were the cat had been!!  I looked  She spent 3 hours out before she came home to the front gate to be let in to sleep most of Sunday.  She had worn herself out looking for that cat. It turned out good tho b/c the heat was unbearable Sunday!!!  You couldn't be outside!!
 I am sorry I didn't replay to your comments last post.  Been cooking up a storm and have to do that all day today too.
 I will repay to comments later today and tomorrow and the next!!!
I love you guys!!!!  Thanks for your visit!!!
XX, Zoie & Fern  

35 comments:

  1. Hi Fern, wow that Zoie can jump. Six feet, yikes, I'd hate to get run-into by Zoie. What are you cooking Fern?

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    1. She was running when she jumped, but she jumped all the way to the top rail and then pushed herself on over!! It was surely was not her first time!!
      I was cooking food for Zoie. I cook green beans and barley for her. I was making soup for Tom and I and I was cooking critter food for the coons or any other critter who gets to it. We are growing squash and I had about 35 lbs to cook and put in the freezer of that.

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  2. That is a very impressive talent... to jump a 6 ft fence!!! I am glad she knows her way home... and did come home to be let in. Whoo!

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    1. Me too!!! So good to see you came for a visit!!

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  3. Wow!! I too marvel at her athleticism... and hope she continues to make it home safely!

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  4. She should enter the jumping event in the Olympics. I am glad she know her way home.
    Blessings,
    Goose

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    1. Amen!!! I don't like her leaving the fence but I will not tie her or just always keep her on leash either. I pray for her safety.

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  5. Wow - those darn Weimes - high jumpers yet. At least you know how she's doing it. Now about prevention - ??? It's a good thing you live in the country and she knows where home is.

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    1. You said it right Mary, Now to talk her out of taking off when she smells a critter on the other side of the fence!!!
      I don't know if I can do that while she is so young???

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  6. WOW, that is amazing a 6 ft fence!! I am glad that she found her way home though.

    wags
    Jazzi

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    1. I don't really know for sure but I don't think that dogs that go,, have any problem finding their way back the same way they went. Does that make sense??

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  7. Amazing that she could jump such a high fence. I'm glad she came home safe and sound.

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    1. That is always my fear that some one will find her and keep her. Of course most of the time she has been missing is in the middle of the night from 2 to 6 am. When she takes off I can't sleep !!!!!

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  8. Hey Zoie!
    Wow, you must have springs in your feet! I'm so impressed that you can jump a 6 foot fence. I bet that cat was glad for a tree to climb. BOL.
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, COP

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    1. I was so glad that she didn't catch a cat!!!! And yes Sarge she does have springs were her back legs should be!!!!!
      LOL She bounces!!!!

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  9. Uh Oh! You've been found out, Zoie!
    We love tummy rubs too!

    Love ya lots,
    Mitch and Molly

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    1. Zoie says one of the best things about her new home is all the belly rubs!!!

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  10. WOW !!! a SIX FOOT FENCE??? That girl could be in the OLYMPICS.

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  11. This is surprising to me at all; we once had a terrier mix who could climb five foot fences. Glad you were able to figure it out though.
    Hope you have a cool evening cooking.
    Hugs, Noreen

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    1. Noreen, thank the Lord for AC!!!!!!!!
      I spent 2 full days cooking!!! Could not have done it with out air!!!

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  12. It looks like the six foot fence might need to be an eight foot fence !! Enjoy your cooking Fern xox

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    1. That 6 ft fence cost over 3,000.00$$ in 75. today it would be 30,000$$$ WE can't afford a stamp!!!

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  13. Oh no! I sure hope she doesn't keep jumping the fence and get into trouble.

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    1. amen!!! I surely hope she doesn't find trouble out there and i hope i can talk her into staying safe at home!!! HOPE!!!!!

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  14. Good Job Fern your so brave and energetic dog! keep up the Good work :D

    Dog Shock Collar | Puppy Bond

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    1. WE have a shock collar but most of the time she jumps the fence it is in the middle of the night. That was the first time I had seen her jump the fence!!

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  15. .,woof woof, we're so amazed with Zoie, she jumped 6 feet high., but hope she was not hurt.,

    Dog Fence
    Pet Solutions.com

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  16. What a clever girl...athletic too!

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    1. She is smart and her back legs are springs!!!! There is really nothing I can do about her jumping the fence when she wants to. I am just going to try to give her more and more lovin so she wants to stay close!! That is all I can do. I am working under a great handicap here!!

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  17. Hi Fern, Zoie is a little stinker...lol! But then my little girl dachshund has been caught climbing our five foot chain link fence several times. She is not allowed out by herself anymore. She is a big stinker! If they want out I think they will find a way! My computer is up and running after the cable man came out two times. Glad to read your post again. Take care, xoxo...Karen

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  18. That's a very high fence to be jumping over! She must have super powerful back legs! Now that you know, what can you do about it though? Add another 2 feet of fencing? LOL.

    I thought I read in an older post that your friend has increased the size of the words for you on your computer. Great to hear! Hope you're having an easier time typing and reading.

    Have a great day Fern. Happy cooking! X

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    1. I have typed a many of posts and comments witch I really wasn't seeing. The larger print helps but it gos away all the time and you have to go back and set it again and again so now I just type and hope it is right!!! You will understand if I messed up!! Yes???

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    2. YES! :) I have 2 usable eyes (albeit very short sighted and wearing contacts) and I still fluff up. I have to re read things I type all the time, before publishing. Sometimes, like last week, I still make a mistake. My husband picked that one out 2 days after I published and I had to go back to correct it. Major grammatical error, not just spelling so I couldn't live with it HAHA!

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