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What does 'exit management' mean in dog rescue ads.

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Pernickety Fri 05-Aug-11 14:37:25

Just reading through some dog rescue sites and for some dogs it states that a 6' fence and exit management will be required. What does exit management mean in this context?

Pernickety Fri 05-Aug-11 14:38:04

I see on dog resuce sites 6' fence and exit management required. What does it mean in this context?

DogsBestFriend Fri 05-Aug-11 14:40:45

It would mean that you have precautions in place wrt to doors and gates as the dog is a bolter. For example, you might need to educate all household members and visitors to shut the dog in the kitchen/sitting room/crate before opening the front door, or to keep the gate locked shut at all times, to have stairgates up to prevent an unexpected rushing onto the street and so on. smile

Scuttlebutter Fri 05-Aug-11 15:44:35

Actually it means you should arrange for a red carpet and showers of rose petals when they leave the house. Regular small crowds of adoring fans and a few paps are also helpful. The owner should be standing behind ready to graciously receive any bouquets brought by small children. wink

QuietTiger Fri 05-Aug-11 16:53:32

LMAO at Scuttlebutter. I have a cat who is of the sound belief that a red carpet and showers of rose petals whould be in place for her using the catflap!

Pernickety Sun 07-Aug-11 08:45:01

Thank you smile I was imagining some kind of emergency exit, like a dog sized gate cut into the 6' high fence.

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