By Mark Hodge @mrhodgey

A CUTE corgi makes a daring escape from behind a puppy proof fence

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Videographer / Director: Dan McLaughlin
Producer: Mark Hodge, Nick Johnson
Editor: Joshua Douglas

Beau takes matters into his own paws, by pushing against the fence

Filmed in July, this adorable footage shows Beau, an 11 week old puppy, pulling down and climbing over a gate which was meant to confine it to the kitchen.

Escape to Victory: The puppy uses its teeth to wrestle the fence out of position

The video was shot in Wapakoneta, Ohio, by the dog's loving owner Dan McLaughlin, who wanted to know how the mischievous puppy kept breaking loose.

I want to break free: Beau's bid for freedom was filmed by his owner

He said: “When we left the apartment, we would put Beau behind the fence.

The Great Escape: Beau shows determination and spirit

“But every time we would come back, even if we were just gone for a few minutes, we would find him roaming around the apartment and the puppy fence knocked over.

Beau makes a dash for freedom after breaking down the seemingly immovable fence

“I decided to set up a camera one day when we left to see exactly how he escaped.”

The mischievous puppy playing hide and seek

Beau was born on May 31, as part of a litter of four puppies and was bought by animal lover Dan who lives with his girlfriend.

The Great Outdoors: A shot of Beau enjoying his freedom

The 21-year-old insists that Beau definitely has an adventurous side.

He said: “The first few nights we had him, we put him in a laundry basket with blankets to sleep in, and it didn't take long for him to find a way to climb out of it.

Like butter wouldn't melt: The adorable dog poses for the camera
It's a dog's life: Beau lies on his back after a busy day around the house

“He hates being constrained to a small space, and will find anyway possible to get out.

Couch potato: Beau takes a rest after reaching the sofa's summit

“He is also a very loyal puppy, and he will follow us around on walks right at our feet without the need for a leash.

“If he sees strangers, he will stand his ground and try to protect us by barking at them - although his bark is pretty adorable, and not very intimidating.”