@sanjibasenji I do the same thing, no dog accessories inside the house. And, she does dart out the door on occasion. She did just the other day. She wasn't running away -- this dog is never going to run away(!) -- but we had been gone longer than she expected and she really really needed to "water the grass". I simply went out, watched to make sure that she wasn't in traffic, and walked her to one of her favorite spots. Off leash, and without a collar. No worries. No drama.
This is something we learned about each other (doodle and I) early into our relationship. She loves to go for a good run through the complex and if she ends up on the other side of the door, she will. But she is most agreeable about coming back to us.
- I can whistle and she will come straight to me (but stand just out of reach).
- She likes to go to this postage stamp "bark park" area where we live. She will go inside and just hang out, smelling all the residual dog scents for the day. And leaving some of her own... I can follow her in and close the gate behind me. About 5 minutes later, doodle will let me put her back on a leash for the walk home.
- During the day, doodle will go to the management office and stand at the entrance waiting for someone to let her in (literally). She knows that they have dog treats in there! So she goes in, visits her friends, gets a biscuit, and then allows me to put the leash on her for the walk home.
You will notice, in all of our typical scenarios, Doodle returns and submits to the leash on her own terms. I never chase her (as if I could possibly run as fast as she can), but I do follow to "clean up" after her. And she will let me "catch" her after a few minutes.
So, work on recall. Whistle, then call your pup, then give it a valuable treat. Don't chase. Don't get stressed out. An escape out the door doesn't have to mean the dog is running away. They just might need to "water the grass".