Hi Greggle. Thanks so much for giving 2 furkidz a home. You did not mention if Jackie is actually getting out as I assume she is never missing and the only real evidence are the paw prints on the wall. Is it possible that she is getting out, and then getting back in again. Are there paw prints on the other side of the wall too. Lets assume she is getting out, what you need to do is take some time off to catch her in the act. So be armed with a lot of patience, and a hose, a comfy chair and a good book. Maybe even an umbrella. Pretend to go out. Drive around the block and very quietly walk back home. There is a good chance that nothing will happen, Murphy's law, you know. The minute you see Jackies face peep over the wall, turn the hose on and spray her in her face. Don't say anything as you do it. What she needs to think is that the water is coming from the sky and that the water only sprays her like that is she tries to climb over. If she loves water and you know it won't do the trick, you need to get something from the pet or vet shops called pet corrector (its just cold compressed air), and the minute she does this, as she peeps her head over, your timing has to be perfect, you spray the cold air in her face as it appears over the wall. Unfortunately, this is a tiresome procedure. What you do need to ascertain is if she is actually getting out before you waste your time. I would also suggest changing there walk, go to the forest, the beach, you find that dogs also get bored when they get taken to the same parks or walks all the time so she may be feeling that she needs to take herself. Let me know what you decide to do.
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