Most dogs are excited to see their owners come home, but Murray, a six-year-old vizsla, takes his joy to new heights.
When Murray's owner, AJ Allee, arrives home, he likes to meet her in a special spot: the highest point on Allee's two-story house.
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Murray has so much energy. He loves to please and loves his owners, always sticking by your side. To reach the top he climbs the stairs at the back of the house then leaps six feet to get to the first level roof. He then leaps again to get to the second level roof.
Over time, however, Allee got over his fears and now simply looks forward to the sight of his majestic dog on the roof when he gets home:
The first time he did it I was scared and we tried to keep him from doing it but it turned out that the breed is known for climbing on things.
Neighbors are reportedly "amused and shocked" at Murray's adventurous behavior! But according to Twitter, this is far from the first time a pooch has gone roof-climbing:
Ever heard of a cat on a hot tin roof? Well what about a dog?!? Residents of Newburgh in Fife were amused - and con… https://t.co/odkyXFG8Uz— Michael Alexander (@Michael Alexander) 1533456012.0
my dog really got on the roof and tried to jump https://t.co/hLQwma9mE8— animatronic renesmee (@animatronic renesmee) 1533497606.0
Family makes hilarious sign to explain why the dog is on the roof https://t.co/5BKErWRf03 https://t.co/yy9TykgfZZ— someecards (@someecards) 1533684226.0
I have very little battery or data but I went to a pub last night and there was a dog on the roof. This feels impor… https://t.co/7hwbum2fay— Finn (@Finn) 1533190821.0
I feel Inca is more cat than dog!!! She has found a way to get on top of walls and roof tops.......😳🙄 I guess the v… https://t.co/z16f2gEL6E— Zwartbles Ireland (@Zwartbles Ireland) 1532931166.0
Yelled for my boy for about 20 minutes and he never came which is very unusual, went outside to feed and water the… https://t.co/0mJ9AQS7fC— Jan(: (@Jan(:) 1532890923.0
Dog On A Hot Tin Roof. Sorry Tennessee. Spots and I had to do super hero stuff to remove the satellite dish… https://t.co/f5dtqkWAoV— George Mallet (@George Mallet) 1533674987.0
Maybe Charles Schultz was onto something...
Dogs do some pretty amazing things for their owners. For instance, a dog named Capitán, from Argentina, recently passed away at the age of 15, after spending the past 11 years sleeping at his owner's grave. Even when his surviving family tried to bring him back, he would always return to his master Miguel's final resting place.
So this dog, Capitán, visited and slept by his owner's grave for 11 years. The town where he lived, @CarlosPaz_Ok,… https://t.co/WhlYRcdPF2— ArchDeus (@ArchDeus) 1519245211.0
Having never taken Captáin to Miguel's grave before, the family will always wonder how he found his way there.
This is a real picture of a dog called Captain, his owner died 6yrs ago & captain has returned to sleep on his mast… https://t.co/JeTBAZ43hX— stavros (@stavros) 1497725091.0
A dog's love is something most humans can't understand. But as long as they're safe up on the roof, we're grateful for it!