[WATCH] Clever pooch rings doorbell after being locked out of home

This amazingly clever doggo was accidentally locked out of her home, according to owners reported by the Daily Mail.

The lab-mix named Chika from McDonough in Georgia, in America, runs up the porch stairs and boops the musical doorbell with her nose...twice.

The doorbell camera recorded the footage.

The Fox family eventually heard her and let the wayward pooch inside.

What a clever girl!

Watch the video of this amazing feat below:

Listen to this and other trending stories with Barbara Friedman on Barbs Wire below:


This article first appeared on CapeTalk : [WATCH] Clever pooch rings doorbell after being locked out of home


Recommended

by NEWSROOM AI
Read More
[WATCH] Parents remember recording 'GoodLuck' Jules' first song at age of four

[WATCH] Parents remember recording 'GoodLuck' Jules' first song at age of four

Kieno Kammies meets Juliet Harding's mom and dad to find out more about the singer/songwriter's musical journey.

Gert van Rooyen's missing victims: Cold case investigators focusing on Durban

Gert van Rooyen's missing victims: Cold case investigators focusing on Durban

Retired detective Don Chandler is appealing to the public for relevant information. The investigating team also needs donations.

[LISTEN] No.1 Bok fan says since his viral videos have made him famous

[LISTEN] No.1 Bok fan says since his viral videos have made him famous

Michael Magerman from Macassar on the Cape Flats should probably be the unofficial hypeman of the 2019 Rugby World Cup.

[WATCH] John Cena breaks it down to Sho Madjozi's hit single

[WATCH] John Cena breaks it down to Sho Madjozi's hit single

American wrestling star John Cena was busting some moves to the viral song named after him on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

Metro cop accused of being drunk suspended after video goes viral, not charged

Metro cop accused of being drunk suspended after video goes viral, not charged

Ekhuruleni Acting Mayor Lesiba Mptye says no drunken driving charge yet as labour relations process still needs to be completed.

[WATCH] 'Hugo, bel die polisie!' goes viral

[WATCH] 'Hugo, bel die polisie!' goes viral

A video showing two groups of people in the middle of a vitriolic spat has had Twitter amazed, amused and asking many questions.

Popular articles
Steenhuisen voted DA's interim leader, Meyer chosen as interim federal chair

Steenhuisen voted DA's interim leader, Meyer chosen as interim federal chair

John Steenhuisen and Makashule Gana were both gunning for the DA's top position left vacant following Mmusi Maimane's resignation.

SAA doesn't have cash flow to pay unions what they want, says airline exec

SAA doesn't have cash flow to pay unions what they want, says airline exec

Thousands of SAA workers, including cabin crew, technical and ground staff, began striking on Friday to demand higher pay.

[WATCH] Man forgets to engage handbrake, truck almost hits other cars

[WATCH] Man forgets to engage handbrake, truck almost hits other cars

Khabazela shares tweets and Facebook posts that have gone viral.

Can’t find your phone? Drop everything – thieves can get into your banking app!

Can’t find your phone? Drop everything – thieves can get into your banking app!

Did someone steal your phone? Contact your bank without hesitation warns consumer journalist Wendy Knowler.

'Unions are making a mistake. SAA is dying. It’s not Eskom – we don’t need it'

'Unions are making a mistake. SAA is dying. It’s not Eskom – we don’t need it'

SAA is on its knees, cap in hand, asking taxpayers for R2 billion this month. Unions must be careful, warns Guy Leitch (SA Flyer).

Unions and SAA get ready for fight that threatens to break the ailing airline

Unions and SAA get ready for fight that threatens to break the ailing airline

Joanne Joseph plays audio from the media briefing over the impending strike.

White pupils at posh Kingswood College refer to black scholars as 'snoobab'

White pupils at posh Kingswood College refer to black scholars as 'snoobab'

"This problem is bigger than just a Kingswood problem. The relevant processes will unfold," says College Head Colleen Vassiliou.