New Jersey dog leaps over a baby gate


Barkour! Puppy hops on bigger dog’s back to jump over safety gate in hilarious break for freedom

  • Quinn the three-month-old puppy used her friend Harley to jump over a gate 
  • Jessica Fetterly’s family wanted to find out how the young puppy kept escaping 
  • Footage shows Quinn jumping on Harley’s back before leaping over the gate

This is the moment two dogs combined to allow the escape of a puppy from behind a safety gate. 

Jessica Fetterly was at her mother’s home in Brick Township in New Jersey on May 9 when she was determined to find out how the dogs, Harley and Quinn, are able to foil the gate. 

The family had fitted a baby gate in the hallway of their home to prevent the dogs from having the run of the entire house. 

Jessica Fetterly was at her mother’s home in Brick Township in New Jersey on May 9 when she was determined to find out how the dogs, Harley and Quinn, are able to foil the gate

The footage shows Quinn, a three-month-old puppy, leaping on the back of Harley

The footage shows Quinn, a three-month-old puppy, leaping on the back of Harley 

Quinn was able to scramble over the safety gate by using Harley as a ramp

Quinn was able to scramble over the safety gate by using Harley as a ramp

However, when Harley, the older dog walked up to the side of the gate, Quinn, a three-month-old puppy, was able to jump on the older dog’s back and over the gate. 

Fetterly uploaded the video on TikTok on May 9. 

She wrote: ‘So my parents have been trying to figure out how the puppy has been getting past the gate.’ 

She described Quinn’s action as Parkour, a poplar activity also known as free running.   

Fetterly described the Quinn's escape as an act of Parkour - an activity popular among young people

Fetterly described the Quinn’s escape as an act of Parkour – an activity popular among young people 

The family had fitted a baby gate in the hallway of their home to prevent the dogs from having the run of the entire house

The family had fitted a baby gate in the hallway of their home to prevent the dogs from having the run of the entire house

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