Runaway puppy surprises family by ringing doorbell

Fireworks may be fun for many people, but it makes pets anxious. Several pet owners are concerned about this. They know this would make their pets agitated, and the high-pitched sounds would spook them.

There was a similar case for Rajah. The 18-month-old Lab-Catahoula Leopard dog mix lived with her parents, Mary Lynn Whitacre and Ryan Washick, in South Carolina. But unfortunately, the poor soul was spooked by the 4th of July fireworks in the neighborhood.

She darted right outside the house. Her parents thought that they had lost their pet. The owners searched for Rajah for hours but could not find her. Finally, the couple posted about their lost dog online and said that she was microchipped and her tag had their phone numbers.

The couple even drove around their neighborhood trying to find their lost dog but even after hours of searching bore no fruit. So finally, Mary and Ryan gave up their search and returned home. It was a tiring night for the couple.

However, there was a big surprise at 3 AM when the couple heard the doorbell ring. The parents thought that someone had brought Rajah home after they found her. But when Ryan looked at the Ring cam, they discovered their intelligent dog using her nose to ring the bell.

The cute dog looked at the door to check if she had woken up her humans. When they opened the door, they found a very sad and depressed Rajah waiting for them as if she was sorry for what had happened.

The owners were pleased to see their lost dog. The couple had just recently moved to their new home and were glad that Rajah was smart enough to find her way back home.

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Runaway puppy surprises family by ringing doorbell