15 Dog Breeds Most Likely to Run Away

Whistle’s collars are too big for small dogs, so they are not included in this data, but little dogs are much better at escaping through small holes and gaps…. <3

 

Some dogs are very loyal and stick to you like Velcro, but others insist on taking themselves for a walk whenever they get the chance.  Here are some of kinds of dogs who are most likely to escape the big house.

This information was compiled by Whistle, a company that makes GPS and activity tracking collars, using data collected from the dogs who don their gear.  It must be noted that the company’s collars are too big for small dogs (under 10 pounds), so they are not included in this data.  Little dogs are also better at escaping through holes and gaps, so they’re probably just as likely to bolt.

Number 15 on the list runs away on average about once a month….

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

….While number 1 takes off approximately twice a month!  If any of these kinds of dogs are part of your family, you might want to consider investing in a GPS collar.

 

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1 thought on “15 Dog Breeds Most Likely to Run Away

  1. This is so incorrect. Most of those dogs are very loyal to their owners. Some might run and chase a squirrel but with training they wont run away. Now there is one breed that most owners agree to never let them off leash even how well trained. Siberian huskies are known to run away and escape your yard when they can.

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