Impatient dog honks car horn

Impatient dog keeps honking car horn

Dogs like to go wherever their owners go, so it comes as no surprise that a dog got rather irritated and impatient when his owner decided to leave him behind in the car while visiting a restaurant in Grove City, Ohio.

According to WPXI News, Tim and Yvonne Blankenship stopped at a Subway when they witnessed the impatient dog, named “Diamond,” honking the car horn. Though Diamond’s owner was only inside of the restaurant for a few minutes, it was long enough for the antsy canine to make a ruckus.

Apparently, Diamond is known around town for horn honking – residents have weighed in on Facebook about the dog who apparently has displayed similar “horn honking” antics in the past.

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10 replies
  1. Kathleen Drude says:

    You would think that this pet parent would know by now you don’t leave your dog even for a couple of minutes in a closed car! In the winter a cars interior can still heat up during the day and freezing cold at nite! Summer the inside of a car can reach high temperatures in less than 5 minutes! The best thing you can do for your pet is to leave them home!

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    • Helen says:

      A few minutes really. Whats the difference driving with your dog in a closed car or picking up your order at a restaurant? Obviously the keys were turn in the ignition indicating they were there for only a few minutes. Since car horns don’t work unless keys are in the ignition.

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      • Kathleen Drude says:

        Are you kidding? Lady your window would be broken and I would have your dog! Your not very bright! But then anyone who says what would a couple minutes hurt in regards to a dog left in a closed car isn’t very bright! Allow me to introduce myself Dr Kathleen Drude DVM

      • tina says:

        So what your a DVM. Have you ever stopped for gas while a dog is in the car? Takes a few minutes. Get over yourself. I called my vet and he thought your comment was over the top.

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