How to not run out if the door is left open
I'm not sure how to go about training for this. Yesterday morning my bf got up and took jasmine out on leash to potty, fed her, and got in the shower. I got up about 20 mons later opened the bedroom door and felt a cold draft. I turned the corner to see the door wide open. We live in a Tiny apartment and I knew right away she was gone. I ran to the door and called her name 2x and then looked an didn't see her. I ran to go tell my bf and put some other clothes on and I here a mess of paws and panting. She came running about maybe 5-10 sec after I called her. It was windy and we learned our door doesn't shut all the way, so now I have the dead bolt on at all times. I'm very thankful she came when called but we live right up against a busy road and were moving into an actual apartment community next
Month who have allowed her in due to her temperment even though they don't allow the breed. It's on a case by case basis. Either way I can't have her out loose, it's too much of a risk. He's a great dog but will bark if scares from time to time, Which is a 100000 times better than she was.
How if at all can I train her to not go out without one of us present even if the door is open and one of us is unaware and not standing there