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 Post subject: Ding Dong! Let me in. (This is one smart pup.)
Post Posted: Sep 28, 2018 7:52 pm 
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Three-month-old golden retriever pup, Marshall, got locked out of his home in Spokane, Wash. :dog:
So he did what anyone would do: ring the Nest doorbell. :hugegrin:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2DSvSzJgOTY

Marshall’s dad, Greg Basel, shared the video which shows Marshall using his cute little snout to push the button so he could come back inside.

(Marshall actually only had to ring the doorbell once before being let back inside. The video repeats.)

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Post Posted: Sep 29, 2018 9:50 am 
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Thank you, amazingly smart pup. :lol:
"He nose what to do!"


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My cousin has a cat and she lives out in the country in rural Illinois. She let her cat out this summer and a couple of hours later, her doorbell rang. It was her cat...............wanting to come inside. She said he just started ringing the doorbell a couple of years ago when he wanted back inside! It was crazy!

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Nice video! Thanks for sharing.

I use to allow my chickens to free range on my property quite a lot. When I was outside with them I always had treats. So they didn't like it when I went indoors.

Ms Red learned if she pecked on the door I would answer and come outside with treats in hand! She was an awesome chicken!

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