Some Michiganders might feel a lightbulb ignite above their heads when seeing Morgan, a 125-pound purebred Newfoundland, shovel and push a snowblower 60 feet.
CBC News reports that the six-year-old dog can perform a number of household tasks thanks to some early training from her owner, Dean Edwards of Salmon Arm, British Columbia, Canada.
The family posted some videos of the dog in action to YouTube, which can be seen below:
Edwards tells CBC News that Morgan's training consisted of a couple of practices runs each week for about a month.
"The vibration didn't bother her or the noise," he said. "Now, she can go up to 60 feet and enjoys doing it. Everybody wants to hire her."
The outlet reports that this dog does more than a couple of household chores as she is a Canadian grand champion and is a registered therapy dog who regularly visits assisted living homes. Edwards has a YouTube channel showcasing Morgan's tricks such as picking up empty cans, cooking hotdogs on campfires and even vacuuming the house.
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