Dog Rings The Doorbell With Her Nose At 2am When She Accidentally Gets Locked Out

Dogs are clever creatures, there is no denying that. Once, our family dog Bonita accidentally got locked out of the garage, and she actually went all the way around the neighborhood to the front of our yard – where she waited patiently for us to realize that she was missing.

And recently, another adorable canine was caught on surveillance footage after she actually rang her owners’ doorbell with her nose following an accidental lockout in the cold.

Photo: Youtube / Caters News Agency

Labrador mix Chika can be seen in the surveillance video hopping up on her hind legs in order to push the bell with her snout just outside her home in McDonough, Ga., around 2 a.m. on Tuesday.

Photo: Youtube / Caters News Agency

She waits patiently for her sleeping owners, Robert and Angelia Fox, to notice before she hits the buzzer again – this time with her paw.

At first the couple didn’t hear the bell, however, they eventually realized that they were missing Chika – so they let her back in.

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