If you spend a lot of time on the internet, then there is a possibility that you often come across videos of dogs doing adorable things. Dog videos are heartwarming, and they always manage to cheer us up.
American basketball player Rex Chapman shared one such video, and it will make your day. He wrote that the clip was of a bomb-sniffing dog on his last day at the job. The incredible surprise he received was too cute.
Chapman shared the clip with the caption, “This bomb-sniffing good boy got a reward after his final sniff before retirement. Dogs, bruh… (sic).”
Watch the video:
This bomb sniffing good boy got a reward after his final sniff before retirement.
— Rex Chapman🏇🏼 (@RexChapman) June 18, 2020
The clip shows an excited dog entering a room, where a wall has been decorated with red, white, and blue balloons. A red bag can also be seen lying on the floor. The dog rushes straight to the bag, and starts sniffing it. Once he is done, a bunch of tennis balls fall to the ground celebrating his last sniff. After that, people started cheering for him as the dog excitedly plays around.
According to a report, the dog’s name is TTirado and he’s named after a Hector Luis Tirado, a firefighter who lost his life in 9/11. The doggo was adopted by his handler, who also shared a video of TTirado.
Wow…this tweet really took off! @TSA doesn’t have a SoundCloud to promote, so I’ll just share some additional pictures of this very photogenic #GoodBoy throughout his career. pic.twitter.com/Qp0YLE2efr
— Mark Howell (@TSAMedia_MarkH) June 17, 2020
After the clip was shared, it quickly went viral and managed to garner around 1.6 million views. Netizens loved the video and they took to the comments section to say the same.
Take a look at some of the comments:
Don’t mind me, just going to watch on a loop all day long. ♥️
— Karen Reiboldt (@ReiboldtKaren) June 18, 2020
We don’t deserve dogs
— The Perpetual Polymath (@ThePerpPolymath) June 18, 2020
Even during his retirement party, he’s still willing to work.
— John (@TheEagleDares) June 18, 2020
I had a retired drug sniffer Malinois and omg did he live his tennis ball. Would play with it until he dropped if you let him. pic.twitter.com/Ft21gzhTZt
— IWanderTheWorld (@MoldovaBound) June 18, 2020
He needs treats too – as many treats as he wants – for life – I shall represent him Pro Bone O – and hi.
— Amy Trask (@AmyTrask) June 19, 2020
Enjoy your retirement pupper. Thank you for your service.
— Lori Sutton (@eviltwin2262) June 18, 2020
Source: INDIA TODAY
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