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The stubborn golden retriever refuses to leave a park and even squeezes out of his collar to run back

A stubborn Golden Retriever refused to leave a park and go home, even squeezing out of his collar to run back and play.

Ursula Aitchison, 31, had taken her two golden retrievers, Hugo and Huxley, for a walk in the park in Stourbridge, West Midlands, when Huxley decided he didn’t want to go home.

One-year-old Huxley stood firmly on the floor and refused to move when Ursula tried to take the dogs home.

A video made by Ursula shows the dog’s hilarious objections.

Huxley (right) decided he didn't want to go home and pulled the line trying to stay in the park

One-year-old Huxley planted himself on the floor and refused to move when Ursula tried to take him home

One-year-old Huxley planted himself on the floor and refused to move when Ursula tried to take him home

31-year-old Ursula Aitchison had taken her two golden retrievers, Hugo and Huxley, for a walk in the park in Stourbridge, West Midlands, when Huxley decided he didn’t want to go home

When Huxley arrives at the park exit, he decides he wants to keep playing and sits on the floor protesting, even pulling the line to stay.

In the video, Ursula says, “Come on, time to go home.

“Huxley, you’ve been in the park for an hour, come on.”

But Huxley makes clear that playtime is not over and tries to wriggle free from his collar.

He manages to pull his armor over his head and up to his legs before getting out and running back into the park.

Huxley wriggled free from his collar and led in protest at Ursula trying to get him out of the park

Huxley wriggled free from his collar and led in protest at Ursula trying to get him out of the park

Huxley managed to free himself from his lead and ran back into the park to continue playing

Huxley managed to free himself from his lead and ran back into the park to continue playing

But one-year-old Huxley wriggled free from his collar, managed to pull his harness over his head and legs before getting out and running back into the park

Huxley reappears on camera back on the line, but further down the road he eagerly looks back at the park and battles the lead.

Ursula said, “Huxley has discovered his breaks, he’s become a teenager, so he’s trying all kinds of new tricks to get his way.”

Ursula also talks to a passer-by about Huxley’s hysterical refusal to move in the video as he stands still even though he has already left the park.

This is not the first time that golden retrievers Hugo and Huxley have achieved fame for their hilarious antics.

Last month, Ursula created a improvised whack-a-mole game for the couple with carrots and a cardboard box to pass the time during the coronavirus Lockdown.

Ursula Aitchison, 31, created a whack-a-mole game for her two golden retrievers Hugo and Huxley using a cardboard box and carrots at their home in Balham, London

Ursula Aitchison, 31, created a whack-a-mole game for her two golden retrievers Hugo and Huxley using a cardboard box and carrots at their home in Balham, London

Ursula Aitchison, 31, created a whack-a-mole game for her two golden retrievers Hugo and Huxley using a cardboard box and carrots at their home in Balham, London

The puppies had a crazy look in their eye as they tried to beat the whack-a-mole game and get one of their five a day

The puppies had a crazy look in their eye as they tried to beat the whack-a-mole game and get one of their five a day

The puppies had a crazy look in their eye as they tried to beat the whack-a-mole game and get one of their five a day

Hugo and Huxley had people stabbing because they were frustrated that they couldn’t catch the roots during the homemade arcade game.

They had a crazy look in their eyes as they tried to beat the whack-a-mole game and get one of their five-a-day.

Unable to understand why they couldn’t get a tasty snack, Hugo and Huxley took the game to the air almost frustrated.

After both dogs nearly broke the game, they finally managed to win a carrot, but not before they had everyone hysterical.

Ursula said, “I made these toys to keep them entertained for a day. They are so talented and smart. ‘

But the first time Huxley became famous was last year when he was a puppy trying to stop his nine-year-old from attending school.

Ursula Aitchison, 31, shares photos and videos of the dogs on her Instagram page, which has over 154,000 fans

Ursula Aitchison, 31, shares photos and videos of the dogs on her Instagram page, which has over 154,000 fans

Ursula Aitchison, 31, shares photos and videos of the dogs on her Instagram page, which has over 154,000 fans

He was so determined not to be separated from his boss that he clung to the boy’s legs every morning to prevent him from going to school.

Maxx from Balham, London, dragged his foot and asked Huxley to let go for fear of arriving late for school.

In a video of the moment, the good-natured schoolboy uses a different tactic and reassures the five-month-old puppy that they will be reunited as soon as the school bell rings.

Ursula said what should be a five-minute walk turns into a ten-minute drag all the way to the gates of the school.

Huxley the dog pushed his head between two train seats to see his owner Ursula

Huxley the dog pushed his head between two train seats to see his owner Ursula

Jack Nichsolson as Jack Torrance in Stanley Kubrick's The Shining

Jack Nichsolson as Jack Torrance in Stanley Kubrick's The Shining

Here’s Huxley: The Golden Retriever pushed his snout into the small gap between the seats, looking like the bad guys of Jack Nicholson from the 1980 horror movie The Shining

Last October, Huxley made people laugh hysterically again when he made his best Jack Nicholson impression and pushed his head between two train seats.

Ursula explained that, displeased with the amount of attention he received, Huxley sat in the front seat so that she had to look at his face.

At first, Huxley liked to stare out the window at passing fields, but when she pulled out a bag of snacks, the beautiful Golden Retriever tried to squeeze his snout through the opening.

Huxley’s stubbornness still has hysterical people, as Ursula’s Instagram account, hugoandursula, has over 154,000 fans.

In addition to sharing videos of her own dogs, Ursula also runs her own animal-loving company Phodography, where she photographs people with their dogs.

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