Last Updated on May 26, 2023 by Pets Feed
The dog is man’s best friend and this has been demonstrated, once again, in Australia. The owners of Tubs, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier breed dog, put up a sign outside their house so that strangers could also pet their pet and the images went viral on TikTok.
Tubs lives with his owners in a house in Townsville, Australia. This dog is so docile and affectionate that she is not only content with the caresses provided by her family, but also leans out of the fence of her house so that other people can also caress her and play with her.
The owners of Tubs noticed this situation some time ago and posted the encounters on TikTok, which quickly went viral. However, some neighbors were afraid to approach the little dog for fear of being attacked and the family had an idea.
“Tubs is friendly, she would like a gentle pat”
The owners of the staff have made a sign indicating that the animal is affectionate and that everyone can pet it with peace of mind.
“Tubs is friendly, she would like a little sweet pat,” reads the colorful poster.
In this way, not only the big ones took a long time to interact with Tubs, but also the little ones. The animal responded to the caresses by moving its tail and sniffing them impatiently, as was recorded in the videos shared by its owners on TikTok.
“We understand that even with the sign that the neighbors may not feel comfortable tapping Tubs, again, it’s okay. We, as owners, respect this “” The relatives of Tubs explained.
One of the clips shared on the Tiktok platform has exceeded 11 million likes. Users, as expected, emphasized the initiative and love that their owners give to the dog.
@tubsthebluestaffy Litte miss Tubs greeting the neighbours, still so many more videos to show since the sign has been placed outside 🥺🐾 #fyp #love #staffordshirebullterrier #feelgood ♬ Turning Page – Sleeping At Last
The various videos where the animal is seen being petted by strangers, have accumulated millions of likes and have automatically made the animal a celebrity.
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