Dogs

Golden Retriever Rings Doorbell To Be Let In

January 4th, 2021

Dogs need their own time and space just to frolic around and just be… a dog. They will run, jump, bark, and who knows what else but once all that energy is burned, they will want to come home.

The difference is how owners let their dogs back inside. Doggie doors are the most common but we humans often underestimate just how smart our furry pals are.

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Canines can get techy too!

This is Charlotte. She is a six month old Golden Retriever. This pooch lives in Quarryville, Pennsylvania where she often gets her me time on the front lawn.

It looks really cold out there though.

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The video recording isn’t done by Charlotte’s humans either. It was recorded by the Ring Video Doorbell. And the whole world is glad it did. The moment is completely candid and downright adorable.

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You can see Charlotte approach the door on the bottom right. After a few seconds, a furry face appears. The distinct sound of paws can be heard through the microphone then eventually the doorbell rings.

Tell me you don’t want to kiss that golden face!

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Throw in an adorable head tilt, Charlotte! How she figured out how the doorbell works is anyone’s guess. Then again dogs are super smart.

An impressed viewer said,

If this dog (or for that sake any dog) will ring my door bell, I will invite him/her for tea immediately. They can stay for dinner and subsequent food as well.”

We all would.

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Charlotte is a good girl.

She barks and waits for her human to open the door. Imagine mom’s bewilderment to find her dog waiting by the door.

“Did you ring the doorbell?”

Yes, she did. It’s not any of your orders out for delivery, sorry.

That video doorbell has a high definition camera, motion sensors, a microphone and speakers, and a mobile app for ease of use. It can also act as a surveillance camera. Pretty cool gizmo.

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Of course, no one ever wants to see crooks on their home screens. But it’s there to do its job when need be. Can we all just get random dogs ringing the doorbells with their faces on screen?

CarolinaGirl, commented,

“Oh my lord, I want to squeeze that cute little face when she tilts her head. Such a cutie.”

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It’s a face you just want to squeeze and kiss over and over. And Charlotte won’t mind one bit. She’ll probably kiss you right back. Then you’ll let her out just so she can ring the doorbell again.

26k likes for this smart girl!

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This breed is a forever puppy regardless of age. They seem to stay in that stage their whole lives. They make for great family dogs with their loving personalities and intelligence as shown with Charlotte here. Just keep the car keys away from her.

Check out this golden ring the doorbell below!

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Source: YouTube, Dog Time

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