This adorable video shows two very smart dogs who have their own DOORBELL which they ring to tell their owners when they want to come inside.
The pets – Dolly, two, and Kevin, eight months – use their own special ringer to get the attention of their owners when they are done playing in the garden, or want to be let out.
Footaqe shows Kevin pressing the doorbell with his nose and patiently waiting by the back door with Dolly to be let in.
Dog owner Joss Neighbour has installed a special door bell for his dogs Dolly, pictured, and Kevin at his Surrey home
The wireless door bell, demonstrated here by eight-month-old Kevin, allows the dogs to alert their owners that they want to get outside or return to the house
Nikki Elvin, 38, pictured with Dolly and Kevin, had originally hung up a lead with bells attached for the dogs to ring, but upgraded it to a wireless doorbell in February
Owner Joss Neighbour, 32, filmed the French bulldog while his stepson William opened the door to let them back into their home in Surrey.
Mr Neighbour and his fiancee Nikki Elvin, 38, decided to get the doorbell to help Joss, who is battling cancer, know when the dogs want to come in while he’s resting.
They initially hung bells outside for the dogs to hit when they wanted to come inside and after that proved to be a success, they progressed to the doorbell in February tis year.
Mr Neighbour, an export clerk said: ‘Sometimes when I was resting, the dogs just jumped up at the windows to let me know that they wanted to come in.
‘They were scratching the bi-fold windows so we decided to buy this and it’s been amazing!’
The dogs push this button, left, to alert the couple that they want to come in from the cold. They upgraded the system from the bell, right,
Kevin, right, will use the system to go in and out of the house, while Dolly, left, only uses the bell to get into the garden
The couple said the buttons on the wireless system are specially designed for a dog to use either its snout or its paw
Only Kevin, pictured left, will use the door bell to try and get back into the house. Dolly, right, is happy to let the younger dog do the work
He added: ‘We are very happy! Anytime anyone is visiting the house and they see the dogs use it, they’re amazed. It was a very good purchase!’
Dolly and Kevin’s doorbell is a Tebrun Wireless Dog Doorbell that is specifically designed for dogs.
The pad is bigger and more sensitive than a traditional doorbell so dogs can use their nose or paw to activate it.
Mr Neighbour said: ‘It all depends what mood they’re in. If Kevin is outside and getting frustrated when we don’t answer it quick enough, then he slaps it with his paw. If not, they touch it with their nose.
‘Kevin will happily press it to go in and out, but Dolly only presses it to go out and refuses to press it to come in!
‘Luckily, they always go out together, so Kevin presses it to let us know they are both ready to come in.’
Source: Daily Mail Australia | World News