“I learned how to work the Roomba vacuum and now turn it off when it’s on, and on when it’s off. I can manipulate sophisticated technology, but not come when called. –Minty”
This is Minty, my 2 year old rescue dachshund. She is fiendishly smart and a quick learner–when she wants to be. I anticipate many more dog shamings in her future.
I was just wondering how the Roomba vacuum affected animals, especially dogs and cats — this is absolutely adorable that he learned how to turn it off and on. So smart and so cute!! Now you don’t even have to trouble yourself with that anymore — it will be done by the time you get home from whatever!! Pay him well with special treats of course!!
My dogs find the Roomba very curious – it doesn’t make as much noise as a regular vacuum so it doesn’t scare them at all. It bounces around and moves on its own so it’s sort of like watching prey. They pick a spot to sit and just watch it go.
She doesn’t look ashamed to me….
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Theres a video about a guy that came home to a roomba-smeared doggie poop all through his house. I have to wonder if the dog anticipated that… I know mine certainly love to take a giant poo in the middle of the yard when they see Daddy getting the lawn-mower out – normally they poop at the EDGE of the lawn…