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Time out! Runaway dog puts himself in his crate after owner catches him sneaking home [Video]

Time out! Runaway dog puts himself in his crate after owner catches him sneaking back into yard

  • The dog had snuck out of the house thinking his owner was away at work 
  • But as the animal returned he was caught jumping over a fence into the garden
  • After being called a ‘bad dog’ the pooch put himself into his crate for ‘time out’
  • The footage was recorded at home in Compton area of Los Angeles, California 


This is the hilarious moment a sneaky dog returned from a trip out alone, only to be caught jumping back into the yard by his owner.

The small pooch realized he was in trouble and walked, with his tail between his legs, into his crate for a ‘time out’ punishment.

The footage was recorded at a property in the Compton area of Los Angeles, California earlier this month. 

Footage shows the sneaky dog returning from a trip out alone to his home in the Compton area of Los Angeles, California, only to be caught jumping back into the yard by his owner

In the video, the unnamed dog is seen clambering over a fence as he makes his way home from a lone walk – which isn’t allowed.

Unaware that his owner is filming, the pooch jumps down into the backyard with his tailing wagging.

But seconds later he freezes as his owner exclaims: ‘Bad dog, where you been? Bad dog…’ 

Unaware that his owner is filming, the pooch jumps down into the backyard with his tailing wagging. But seconds later he freezes as his owner exclaims: 'Bad dog, where you been? Bad dog...'

Unaware that his owner is filming, the pooch jumps down into the backyard with his tailing wagging. But seconds later he freezes as his owner exclaims: 'Bad dog, where you been? Bad dog...'

Unaware that his owner is filming, the pooch jumps down into the backyard with his tailing wagging. But seconds later he freezes as his owner exclaims: ‘Bad dog, where you been? Bad dog…’

The dog appears to know his punishment for sneaking out, and opens his crate door himself before stepping in and sitting down for a 'time out'

The dog appears to know his punishment for sneaking out, and opens his crate door himself before stepping in and sitting down for a ‘time out’

The dog appears to know his punishment for sneaking out, and opens his crate door himself before stepping in and sitting down for a ‘time out’.

The owner said: ‘My dog thought I was at work and he decided to sneak out, then as he returned I heard him making a noise trying to climb the fence.

‘Once I saw him I told him “bad dog” and he went to his house and put himself on timeout.’

And this dog was not the only pooch left feeling guilty recently.

Hilarious footage shows the moment another dog’s enthusiasm turned to guilt when her owner presented the pup with a chewed-up shoe. 

Black and white dog Milli, clearly the culprit behind the torn-up Adidas sneaker, slunk away, feigning indifference. 

Destiny Crabtree, from Louisville, Kentucky, started filming when she stepped outside carrying the destroyed gray sneaker.

‘So Milli chewed my shoe up. I’m not going to show her yet but look at how excited she’s gonna be until I show her this shoe,’ she said.

Crabtree doesn't show Milli the chewed up shoe straight away so she can gauge her dog's hilarious reaction to being caught

When she shows Milli the shoe, the black and white pooch guiltily turns away

Crabtree doesn’t show Milli the chewed up shoe straight away so she can gauge her dog’s hilarious reaction to being caught  

As Crabtree approached her pets behind a chainlink fence, three dogs enthusiastically ran up to greet her, including black and white Milli, who was happily wagging her tail.

But then Crabtree held out the sneaker and asked: ‘Hi baby, what is this. What is this, Mil? You chew my shoe up?’

Milli immediately turned away, her tails stopped wagging and she hastily walked off, casting a few puppy-eyed glances back at the incriminating evidence. 

The footage was recorded on September 30. 

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