Meet Morgan, also known as Miss Goo, the snow shoveling dog that helps her humans with a whole lot more tasks around the house than just that.
Morgan, a 6-year-old Newfoundland who weighs 125 pounds and has a mind of her own, is capable of doing just about everything she sets her mind to. Miss Goo’s human caretakers describe her as “a peaceful, sluggish moving female,” but she has a formidable intellect.
She is quite helpful around the house, and she does everything from making hotdogs over an open fire to bringing drinks from the refrigerator or cooler. She even can vacuum. The most recent of her activities, though, has gone viral.
The spacious and relaxed After demonstrating her prowess with a snow shovel, Newfie just recently picked up the skills necessary to operate a snowblower.
Morgan, who has the affectionate nick tag “Miss Goo” due to her tendency to drool, can propel the family’s snow-blower while walking on her hind legs. Her family recognizes that she cannot manage the entire driveway on her own and thus monitors her while she works. But she adores doing it, and everyone in the area is competing to secure her services.
Grace notices that Georgia the dog is off to the side in the second video of her managing Morgan’s mother’s snow plow, and that her husband, Dean, is right alongside her, clutching a cookie. Additionally, she assuages everyone’s concerns by assuring them that Morgan is never left alone when operating the snowblower.
When Miss Goo isn’t busy shoveling snow, you can find her brushing up on her extensive water rescue skills or paying visits to elderly people living in retirement homes. Yes, she is also certified as a therapy dog via the St. John Ambulance organization. It would appear that Morgan is never satisfied with his level of knowledge.