Impatient Dog Honks The Horn To Get His Owner’s Attention

Our dogs have tons of patience for us – most of the time. While yes, our dogs will often humor by sitting through almost any boring situation for us. However, there will be the occasional time when our pets are not so patient and they will find their own ways to let us know.

And for one dog owner, they were promptly alerted to their dog’s boredom and impatience when the pooch calmly began to honk the car horn. The pup had been waiting in the car for his owner, and it was getting to the point that he didn’t feel like waiting any longer. With that impatience lighting a fire in him, he decided that he was going to be very clear in his displeasure at waiting in the car by laying into the horn. 

Not only did the dog get his owner’s attention but he also got everyone else’s too! The footage was from back in November of 2017 at a pool in Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada. The man was taking his time leaving when he heard a car in the parking lot beeping the horn nonstop. As he got closer, the man realized it was his own car. And the person doing the honking was actually his dog.

The man was quite surprised that the dog knew to use the horn, but nevertheless had to get his pooch to take his paw off the device in order to spare the ears of the entire parking lot. 

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