- Fin loves thinking of ways to get his parents to walk through the door and spend time with him.
- Whenever his mom showers, he would bring her gifts that he thinks she would need.
- Sometimes, he would bring shower-related items like shampoo, but most times he would bring strange stuff like glue or Post-its.
Fin, a German Shorthaired Pointer, is a puzzle-loving dog who likes to keep himself busy. He wants every day to be filled with adventure, so he creates challenges for himself — such as getting his parents to open the door for him.
One of his favorite activities is trying to get his mom, Vee Thayer, to open the door whenever she’s in the shower.
Mom’s shower time seems to bother Fin for some reason. Perhaps he doesn’t like how she’s taking so long, splashing water, and keeping by herself inside a closed door.
So, he does his best to try and get his mom to open the door by bringing her stuff he thinks she needs.
Vee shared, “From what my fiancé says, Fin brings a couple items to the door while I’m in the shower to see if any of them will get me to open the door. Sometimes I’ll open it to find an assortment of items, other times it’ll just be one thing.”
Vee wasn’t sure what to think at first, but she eventually got used to it.
Now, Fin’s gifts are part of her shower routine. She gets excited now to open the door and discover what Fin’s gift could be.
Some of the gifts are indeed shower-related, like shampoo or a swimsuit. Other times, he brings tools that are completely unrelated, like glue or duct tape.
Vee shared, “Some of my favorite things he’s brought me have been duct tape, tongs, shampoo, socks, his bed, a bowl of his food, hangers and a pack of Post its.”
“When I open the door, I always say thank you and check out each item,” she added. “His face is the cutest when the door opens — it’s a mixture of pride and concern, like, ‘Oh jeez, I hope I brought the right thing!’”
Fin also created a puzzle for himself while waiting for his dad to come home from work.
Vee shared, “When he senses it’s about time for dog dad to get home from work, he’ll sit in a specific spot at the corner of the carpet in our living room and wait.”
He would grab more and more toys while he waits, “like he’s trying to find ‘the thing’ that will make his dad walk through the door.”
Fin loves his daily puzzles, especially when it gets his parents to walk through the door and spend time with him again. And his parents love seeing him having fun.
Check out more of Fin’s adventures on Instagram and TikTok.
Source: The Dodo