Caught on Camera: Dogs Help Arizona Toddler Escape Her Room in the Middle of the Night

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They may be adorable, but this troublesome trio is up to no good.

Video shows 15-month-old Chloe Cardinal escaping her room in Phoenix, Ariz., in the middle of the night with help from her accomplices: the family's two golden retrievers, Colby and Bleu.

"I came out from my bedroom to find her wandering the hallway, which was a little bit shocking," her mom, Nina Cardinal, told Inside Edition. "Like, 'What you doing out here?'"

Nina and her husband, Chris, checked their Nest Cam and discovered their dogs and the baby were in cahoots.

In the footage, the dogs are seen busting into Chloe's room, waking her up. She pushes over a huge stuffed animal blocking the side of her bed, jumps down and runs into the hallway.

Her parents decided to create a time-lapse video, which they shared online.

"She's an escape artist," Nina joked.


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