"She brings in the groceries for us," says Kristina Redman of Bentonville.
"She can open and close the cabinets, and the doors."
And oh by the way, this pet's paws are also all over Twitter.
"Well, we got a Christmas present...and it was this little Twitter account thing," Kristina says.
Twitterverse, meet Bremi Redman: an English golden retriever with pink collar pendant that isn't just worn as a fashion statement.
"It sends out tweets for her," Kristina says.
"Like all these little funny comments."
The device connects to the Redman's home Wi-Fi in Bentonville and random puppy perspectives pop up at various times throughout the day.
"Well she has like 200 tweets on it now," Kristina says.
Probably goes without saying Bremi is a different kind of dog.
One that Kristina says was by her side during one of her toughest times.
"Well, I had spinal fusion done in 2010," she says.
A painful procedure that left her pretty much immobile for quite some time.
"I would play with her by throwing a ball, and she would just help me gain mobility back , and feel not sad all the time because it was like hard."
But Bremi helped her bounce back.
"If I was like feeling down, I could just look at that pouty face, it just cheers you up you can't be sad looking at that," Kristina says.
Man's best friend.
A phrase Bremi Redman defines both at home, and now online.
Who knows, she may have just started a new trend: #dogthattweets?
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