It was a surprise to the owners that the dog returned late at night and rang the doorbell.
Everyone who has pets knows, or should know, that fireworks annoy their beloved pets. Of course, a festival is not a real holiday without fireworks, but pet owners should be prepared to help their pets cope with the sound of fireworks.
The incident occurred around South Carolina the day before the Fourth of July. The fireworks began.
A dog named Raja got spooked by the sound of fireworks and ran off. The owners Ryan Washick and Mary Lynn Whitacre ran after him, but in vain, they lost. They started looking everywhere for him, but no results.
They even asked people to help find Rajah in their Facebook post, who probably could have been at Lake Heritage.
The dog had been microchipped, so when they found the dog, people could see their phone numbers on his label.
Until late at night, the couple continues to search the street for the dog. Eventually, they return very tired, hoping to start another search the next day.
Suddenly, at 3:00 a.m., their doorbell rings. Who could have been there so late? They found their runaway dog in front of the door. Later, they saw a ring in the camera footage of Raja’s nose ringing the doorbell.
The dog was really scared and sad. It looked like he wanted to apologize for what had happened.
Ryan and Mary were surprised and very happy. They just wondered how their dog could know about the doorbell.
They also very rarely used their doorbell.
This case may be a good reminder for those who have pets. Compared to humans, animals listen differently. That’s why the sound of fireworks or gunshots scares them. They can also lose their hearing.
If you have pets, do the following to help them during the holidays:
Distract their attention with treats and toys.
Take a slightly longer walk than usual to make your pet tired during the fireworks display.
Let your pet be in a safe place.
Put on some relaxing music.
And in the end, just love your pet and be there for them because they are very gentle creatures.