Ignoring his master’s voice! Hilarious moment dog takes no notice when his owner tells him off through home security system
- The owner – from Harriman, Tennessee – set up cameras to monitor his dogs
- Cash, the disobedient Labrador, is unfazed by his owner’s desperate commands
- As Cash tips over ornaments and climbs on the counter, his owner chides in vain
This is the moment a naughty Labrador totally ignores his owner when he is caught on camera misbehaving.
The pooch, Cash, who was home alone with his two canine companions, is shown retrieving what appears to be a plastic bottle.
After settling on the sofa to chew his new ‘toy’, the dog is surprised by the chiding voice of his owner, who is watching through a video link.
Cash stops chewing the bottle, spooked by the disembodied voice of his owner. The man – from Harriman, Tennessee – installed a Blink Camera to monitor his dogs while away from home
The mischievous dog tilts his head curiously in response to the phantom voice of his owner, projected over a home security system in the house
Nonplussed by the chiding voice of his owner, Cash continues his mischief, knocking over ornaments and climbing up on the side counter
Speaking through a home home security system, the canine’s owner warns: ‘No, no, Cash. Not a toy. Go find a toy. That is not a toy.’
Cash stops chewing the item, gets to his feet and gingerly prods the Blink Camera with an inquisitive nose.
The dog’s owner becomes increasingly incensed as Cash knocks over ornaments and walks on top of the living room counter.
‘Cash, get down, now!’ the owner repeats over and over again, eventually breaking into laughter at the dog’s intransigence.
The owner – from Harriman, Tennessee – explained: ‘We use the camera to keep an eye on our dogs Cash, Dana, and Bella while we are away.
‘We hoped that we could use the Blink Camera to stop our dogs from causing mayhem in our house…
‘But they don’t listen when we’re talking to them through the camera.’
The rise of home surveillance cameras have produced a tidal wave of dogs-behaving-badly videos in recent years.
Another adorable moment, captured in Northwich, Cheshire earlier this year, shows a cheeky Doberman lifting up baby gates and opening a door handle while home alone.
Footage shows the cheeky pooch tackling the intricate locking mechanism using only his mouth, throwing the gate open before using his paws to push down on the door handle and heading on off into the house to have fun.
Sarah Cleavy, 23, could not work out how her Doberman, Arnie, kept getting out and treating himself to snoozes on her bed while she was at work.
To solve the mystery, she set up a camera in her home and was stunned to discover that the seven-month-old dog had learned how to open the gate and work the door handle by mimicking her.
The couple have resorted to installing their door handles upside down so that they have to be pulled up to open – in the hope it will finally foil their mischievous mutt.