Good Boy Helps Dad Pick Up The Dirty Clothes

They say that the two things that are certain in life, are death and taxes. However, they forgot to add laundry to that list. It never stops. It’s constantly piling up. And it’s perhaps one of the household chores that is the most unpleasant because it has several different steps to completion. 

While Trey Foote was busy doing a load of laundry, he really needed a hand. Fortunately for Trey, his pup Jonsi was nearby. When a sock fell out of Trey’s laundry basket of clean clothes, he was already up the stairs when he noticed. Not wanting to retrace his steps, he asked Jonsi for some help. In the video, Trey asked his dog, “Jonsi, will you grab that sock and bring it up?” Incredibly, the dog obliged!

You can see as Jonsi got up off the sofa and picked up the sock, obediently walking it over to his owner. Trey’s wife even was surprised, stating, “Oh my God, he did it!” The way that dogs are so eager to please their owners is just touching. 

Watch Jonsi give Trey a paw with the laundry in the clip below:

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