Monday, August 16, 2010

Does this innocent face look capable of defiant acts of destruction or
extreme measures of escape?

And while she's not as destructive as she once was, Jazzie is still an escape artiste extraordinaire. Even though the yard is fenced, she can and will escape. It is her mission; even in the rain or snow. Over the years, I've had to resort to using a chew-proof cable tie out when she wants to go out in the yard.

Last week while on facebook, a friend "liked" Puppy Bumpers. What's that, I wondered? So I clicked on the link find out.

Hmmm... could this be a solution for keeping Jazzie contained? I contacted the company with some questions and decided to give it a try.

Here is Dixie admiring Jazzie's new Puppy Bumper. Notice Jazzie is cable-free.

Jazzie puts the Puppy Bumper to the test, looking for a way out.

Looks for another way out...

tests the gate...

Tries to make a break for it, but can't get under the fence because of the
Puppy Bumper!
Thank you, Mary Gregory! And thank you, Ann at Puppy Bumpers, for your excellent customer service and prompt shipping.

1 comment:

  1. That is a very cute but not so innocent looking face haha.