Clever dog tricks his hooman to get more treats, video goes viral

Our furry balls, whether cat or dog, have always been popular for outsmarting their pet parents in many unimaginable ways. Recently, a super hilarious video has surfaced online where a clever dog has taken the social media by the storm.

In the recent lights, we have seen a lot of online videos where the humans are testing the patience of their furry-pals by keeping a treat in front of them and asking them NOT to eat it. In all the previous videos, the results have been quite repetitive. The dog either follows his master and sits obediently or the dog follows his hunger pangs, and munches on the treat.

But this time, it’s a bit different. In the recent viral video, the clever dog can be seen tricking his human and eats the treat like a boss.

The video was originally posted on TikTok and later shared on Twitter by a user named Helena Morrissey who is British financier. In the clip, we can see a man placing a treat for his golden retriever and asking him to wait patiently, while the man leaves the room. The dog waits for his owner to move out and the clever dog quickly eats the treat.

What has taken the netizens by utter surprise is the next move by the smart golden retriever. As soon as the dog eats the treat, he makes a swift move towards the drawer and takes out one of the treats and keeps it on the table.

The fur-ball has given a laugh spree to the netizens as he first forgets to shut the drawer after picking out the treat. But he realizes it in no time, and goes right back to shut the drawer and came back to his table like an innocent kid.

This adorable move made by the Golden Retriever has won millions of hearts and over 3.9 million views on the microblogging platform, Twitter.

While some users speculated that the owner must have trained the dog but other were highly impressed by this cute stunt. This video has worked as a funny and interesting “treat” for all the dog lovers out there and they couldn’t stop themselves from showing their love for the dog.