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Helpful Newfoundland uses snowblower to clean driveway21s

Helpful Newfoundland uses snowblower to clean driveway

This is the adorable moment when a massive pooch decides to lend a helping paw to owners and takes snowblower in her own paws, for better cleaning the driveway! Amazing! Teaching your pet pooch some useful tricks can prove very beneficial, but teaching your pooch how to run errands and help with household chores will give you a housekeeper for life! Snowfall and bad weather conditions usually mean there will be a lot of snow to be shoveled away from entryways, driveways, basically everywhere you need to go to get out into the world. However, when you're such a big dog it's easy to help out your owners the best way you can. Watch as this obedient Newfoundland pooch lends a paw to help clean the driveway with a snowblower! Meet Morgan, also known as Miss Goo, the snow shoveling dog who helps her humans with chores around the house. The bulky six-year-old pooch loves the snow and know how perfectly how to shovel snow with the help of the snowblower. Watch how cool she looks, standing on her hind legs, pushing the machine down the snowy road! Amazing! We bet neighbors want to hire this dog for a little help in their driveways as well. It is amazing how this well-trained dog doesn’t mind doing chores around the household, especially in bad weather conditions! Owners brag that Miss Goo can do just about anything because she’s wicked smart. From cooking hotdogs to fetching drinks from the fridge , she is very helpful indeed. It took her about a month to master the snowblower machine. In fact, she found a fun way to learn how to walk on her hind legs, and didn’t mind the noise and the vibration the machine produces.

Helpful Newfie Fetches Beer And Snacks For Owner2m10s

Helpful Newfie Fetches Beer And Snacks For Owner

Teaching your pet pooch some useful tricks can prove very beneficial for your mutual life together. Stuff like “sit”, “stay”, “drop it” and “do not go in my food” should be essential, setting the boundaries of each other’s space and where your pup can and can not go. You build it up from there; teaching your dog stuff like “roll over”, fetching your slippers and what not strengthens the bond between you and your faithful companion, ultimately making you beast buddies for life. Since you are teaching your dog to fetch stuff for you - a personal, four-legged, slobbery butler, if you will - why not teach it some really cool stuff too? How about teaching it to fetch you a beer ? The star of this highly entertaining and very educational video is Morgan the Newfoundland dog. Her owners like to call her Miss Goo, a moniker we will not delve deeper into, but will leave it to your imagination. Mis Goo here is training to be one such personal, four-legged, slobbery butler for her owner. Her owner calls her up and tells her straight up “go over there and get a beer”. Like a true butler, the Newfie does not hesitate, but just turns around on her heels and heads straight for the kitchen with her steady and graceful pace. She grabs the handle her owner left on the fridge door and flings it open, grabs the can of beer gently with her big mouth, then prances right back to the living room, where her thirsty owner awaits his refreshment. It seems the can is too cold for the furry dog, so she drops it twice, but it doesn’t matter. She comes right back to close the fridge door, because every cent spent on the electricity bill means less money for treats. The human then reminds her of the pretzels and she so eagerly obliges. She even picks up the empty cans and tosses them in the garbage! Fetching beer isn’t the only helpful thing Miss Goo does around the house. She can vacuum her hairy mess and even helps her owner shovel snow outside. Is there something this big pooch can’t do?

Newfie Dog Loves Helping Her Owner Shovel Snow6s

Newfie Dog Loves Helping Her Owner Shovel Snow

When you're such a big dog it's easy to help out your owners when you can. Miss Goo the Newfoundland lends a paw to help shovel the driveway! The white stuff is back, leaving Earthlings divided on the subject. While some curse the moment it started snowing, others just can’t wait for it to cover everything, because that means snow angels and snowball fights and everything nice and quiet. But when everything is nice and quiet, it usually means that there will be a lot of snow to be shoveled away from entryways, driveways, basically everywhere you need to go to get out into the world. One of the places that gets a lot of snow during snowy season is Sunnybrae in Nova Scotia, which means that residents need a lot of help removing all that snow. Dean and Grace Edwards live near Salmon Arm and when the snow hits hard, they don’t hire helping hands. They just give a shovel to Miss Goo, their six-year-old Newfoundland dog, who they’ve trained to help around with the chore. “The snow shovel was no problem to teach, because she knows how to take stuff and hold it in her mouth,” Dean told local newspaper. “But the snowblower took about a month. She was happy to jump up there and the noise and vibration didn’t bother her a bit, but teaching her to walk on her back legs, that’s a difficult thing to learn.” Miss Goo isn’t just good with snow. She can also fetch a beer from the kitchen and snacks from the cupboards, always remembering to close the doors afterwards. She also does the vacuuming too! She is quite the nanny!