Smart dog unlocks his cage and those of his buds to party at night

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Every night, a mystery took place at the Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, an animal shelter in London, UK.
In the morning, when the staff came in, they would discover the dogs out of their respective cages, running around and looting food from the kitchen.
So they installed a surveillance camera to record what went on at night.
Watch what happens! LOL

Supersmart Red, a lurcher, not only knew how to unlock the door of his cage, but also those of his pals. Every night was party time! LOL
The lurcher is a type of dog originating in Ireland and parts of Great Britain. While not a pure breed, it is generally a cross between a sighthound and any other non-sighthound breed, usually a pastoral dog or terrier. Examples of sighthounds are Irish wolfhounds, Scottish deerhounds, and greyhounds. “Red” appears to be a greyhound mix.
~Eowyn

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0 responses to “Smart dog unlocks his cage and those of his buds to party at night

  1. Just love the video. Thanks for sharing with us.

     
  2. How interesting! He knew exactly which dogs he wanted to play and share the food with. His new person is fortunate to have him!

     
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  4. He may be a lurcher, but he didn’t leave his friends in a lurch!

     
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  6. cool dog,with a cool name. lucky people who have him.

     
  7. It’s time for some shameless self-promotion. And no, I’m not a dog. Here’s a link to a true story about an extraordinary canine hiking buddy. It almost goes without saying that he’s a super-smart Border Collie (mix).
    https://jennifermarohasy.com/2009/07/gurr-the-toy-maker-a-note-from-larry/
    Dr Marohasy is a biologist, who kindly let me post the article on her blog. She’s extraordinary too. Jennifer is an advocate of evidence-based environmental policy, which is an endless uphill battle.
    Some of her interests include Artificial Neural Nets for seasonal rainfall forecasting in Queensland, water management issues in the Murray-Darling Basin, the health of the Great Barrier Reef, and the long-term survival of the swindling Dugong (similar to the Florida Manatee) population in the waters off Nth Australia.

     

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