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The pooch squeezes itself through a seemingly insurmountable little hole to escape to the streets of Londrina, Brazil

Who let the dog out? Cut dog escapes through a small hole in a Brazilian fence

  • The owner was stunned at how the dog managed to escape from the garden
  • It manages to squeeze through a small hole in the grid in Londrina, Brazil
  • The dog uses its hind legs to push, while its body moves wildly
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This is the extraordinary moment when a cunning dog escapes from his pen by wriggling through a seemingly insurmountable small hole.

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The pet owner had been stunned for a while by the alleged disappearing act after he had constantly locked the dog in the grounds of the house and then found the dog that walked the streets of Londrina, Brazil.

So they decided to put their camera on to see the disappearance of the animal, and were stunned by how they managed to wriggle and wriggle free in less than a minute.

The pooch squeezes itself through a seemingly insurmountable little hole to escape to the streets of Londrina, Brazil

The pooch squeezes itself through a seemingly insurmountable little hole to escape to the streets of Londrina, Brazil

The short clip filmed from a ledge in February shows the front terrace of the house, cut off from the road by high brick walls and a sliding metal grid.

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In the far left corner you see the small white and brown dog that draws on the wall and the grid.

It seems to raise its neck at a small opening in the grid, used to attach a padlock to secure the lock.

Suddenly the dog jumps up to the opening and locks itself with its paws on the horizontal metal bars.

Unable to maintain his grip, he jumps back on the floor before making a second attempt.

The short clip filmed from a ledge in February shows the front terrace of the house, cut off from the road by high brick walls and a sliding metal grid. In the far left corner you see the small white and brown dog that draws on the wall and the grid

The short clip filmed from a ledge in February shows the front terrace of the house, cut off from the road by high brick walls and a sliding metal grid. In the far left corner you see the small white and brown dog that draws on the wall and the grid

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The short clip filmed from a ledge in February shows the front terrace of the house, cut off from the road by high brick walls and a sliding metal grid. In the far left corner you see the small white and brown dog that draws on the wall and the grid

This time, instead of jumping, the metal bars climb up and stick his snout through the hole, followed by his entire head.

With the help of his hind legs, the dog then tries to wriggle his whole body through the whole, shaking his trunk to try to squeeze through it.

But even for the little pooch it seems impossibly small and the dog gets stuck halfway.

The twists do not give up and wriggle furiously through the opening, pushing their legs against the wall to force his body through.

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Eventually the dog frees himself from the narrow opening and walks to the street below before he runs away quickly.

He climbs up the metal bars and sticks his muzzle through the hole, followed by his entire head

He climbs up the metal bars and sticks his muzzle through the hole, followed by his entire head

With the help of his hind legs, the dog then tries to wriggle his whole body through the whole, shaking his trunk to try to penetrate

With the help of his hind legs, the dog then tries to wriggle his whole body through the whole, shaking his trunk to try to penetrate

He climbs up the metal bars and sticks his muzzle through the hole, followed by his entire head. With the help of his hind legs, the dog then tries to wriggle his whole body through the whole, shaking his trunk to try to penetrate

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