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Watch What Happens When a Dog Owner Tries to Control Pet On Snow-Covered Road

Watch What Happens When a Dog Owner Tries to Control Pet On Snow-Covered Road

The video was posted on Twitter and gained popularity among social media users, leading to over 2 million views.

Social media is flooded with animals entertaining antics and sometimes with strange behaviors. This time, a video of a dog pulling its owner along a city street covered in snow is becoming popular online.

The video shows a road blanketed in snow, with houses and cars appearing to be coated at every turn. Only a little dog seems to be traveling over the deserted road’s ice-covered surface. The owner of a leashed dog is then seen standing behind it in the footage. The dog knocks the owner to the ground as he runs on the snow-covered road.

The owner tried to stand despite the icy, slippery road, but he kept slipping as the dog was unwilling to stop enjoying himself by running on the white, snow-covered road.

In the video, the dog owner falls three times in an unbalanced manner, which concludes with a shot of him being pulled behind the dog.

On November 29, the video was shared on Twitter by user Buitengebieden. The video has acquired over 2 million views due to its rising popularity among social media users.

Over 6,000 people have retweeted it, and there have been over 64,000 likes on the video.

A few individuals posted humorous comments and a few other videos in the comment box.

“This happened to me 10 years ago in front of a car full of my daughter’s friends. It gave me street cred,” wrote one user.

Another user commented, “It brought back so many memories! 8th grade, taking my Rottweiler Brandy out in the freezing snow before school.”

“I have had this happen to me while walking my German Shepherd. He really enjoyed having the power to make a change. I miss him like mad,” commented a third user.

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