Mischievous dachshund caught climbing on bulldog to escape

The Paw-shank Redemption! Mischievous dachshund is caught on camera climbing on bulldog’s back to escape over the stair gate

  • Mary Warwick, from Burbidge, caught her ‘mischievous’ sausage dog escaping
  • The dog was caught on camera using her pooch pals to help her escape the gate
  • She installed a camera in the kitchen and she was stunned at the footage

A ‘mischievous’ sausage dog was caught on camera using her pooch pals to help her escape the stair gate – climbing on her big brother so she could make her getaway.

Mary Warwick, from Burbidge, Leicestershire, said she’d routinely return home to discover her one-year-old dachshund Darcie peering back at her from the window sill – despite securing her dogs in the kitchen using a stair gate.

Perplexed as to how the savvy sausage dog was pulling off such a stunt, the 30-year-old decided to install a camera in the kitchen and was stunned at what the footage captured.

Mary Warwick’s, from Burbidge, Leicestershire, ‘mischievous’ sausage dog was caught on camera using her pooch pals to help her escape the stair gate – climbing on her big brother so she can make her getaway

The one-year-old dachshund Darcie has been described as more ‘mischievous’ than the other dogs

Her clip reveals tiny ‘ringleader’ Darcie hopping on top of ‘gentle giant’ American pocket bulldog Benson – who actively lowers his back legs so that his pal can climb aboard.

Then, with an incredible display of balance, she places her front legs on top of the gate.

Benson along with her two other dachshunds Mollie and Vegas peer intently through the gate as if keeping a lookout before daring Darcie takes a massive leap and disappears out of sight.

The mum-of-one said that she’d been forced to adjust the height of the gate while she waits for a door to be delivered to prevent ‘ring leader’ Darcie from making any further getaways.

The pooches owner decided to install a camera in the kitchen and was stunned at what the footage captured

Mary, 30, (right) pictured with her husband Scott Warwick, 38, and their daughter Ellie Warwick, seven (centre)

Mary said: ‘We recently had brand new settees and they’re a little bit higher than the previous ones and dachshunds can have problems with their backs, so we put a stair gate there to stop her from jumping up.

‘We were coming home and she was sat in the window sill or I’d open the front door and she’d come running out and I was wondering how and why.

‘We noticed that she kept getting out and we couldn’t work out how so we put a camera there and obviously she was using Benson to jump over.

‘She’s always been an absolute monkey since I’ve had her and it’s only her that escapes.

Her clip reveals tiny ‘ringleader’ Darcie hopping on top of ‘gentle giant’ American pocket bulldog Benson – who actively lowers his back legs so that his pal can climb aboard

Benson along with her two other dachshunds Mollie and Vegas peer intently through the gate as if keeping a lookout before daring Darcie takes a massive leap and disappears out of sight

Mary’s daughter Ellie pictured with the adorable pooch who is known as a ‘gentle giant’ Benson, three

‘The others probably could but they just don’t.

‘She’s more mischievous than the other dogs, she’s like the ringleader.’

The personal assistant for the director of a civil engineering company said that docile Benson weighs around five stone and Darcie is more than seven times lighter than him.

She described her seven-year-old brown sausage dog Mollie as a ‘bossy boots’ while her four-year-old speckled sausage Vegas is a calm and relaxed ‘gentle soul’.

Mary said: ‘Benson is a gentle giant.

Owner Mary said that docile Benson weighs around five stone and is a real gentle giant 

She described her seven-year-old brown sausage dog Mollie as a ‘bossy boots’ while her four-year-old speckled sausage Vegas is a calm and relaxed ‘gentle soul’ (Pictured: Mary’s dogs Vegas, four, (back) Mollie, seven,(centre)  and Benson)

‘Obviously he’s absolutely massive and weighs around five stone and looks like he could eat you alive, but he’s the biggest softie ever.

‘He absolutely adores my little girl, sleeps with her and is really protective over her.’ 

‘Darcie’s the one that if there’s a toilet roll available, she’ll go and thread it. You can’t leave washing in the kitchen as she’ll pull all the clothes down.

‘She’s just a little bit naughty. We did really well with having well-behaved dogs and she’s just come along and completely ruined it, she’s really mischievous.

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