All animals bring moments of joy into our lives, but many would say puppies top the list. Whether they’re naughty, sleepy, or just a pup, they can be a constant source of entertainment, and Mac the golden retriever pup is no exception.
In the TikTok video posted by Brooke, @brookee.ee, Mac, the gorgeous golden retriever pup, can be seen standing in Brooke’s house, tail wagging furiously, head and legs stuck through the cat flap frame with a butter. – melted look on his face.
The video has been viewed over 120,000 times, and Brooke can be heard laughing and saying “What did you do? You can’t fit through the cat flap!” while the caption reads “One leg in and one leg out”.
One user commented “Omg he looks so guilty but glad you’re here to help” to which Brooke replied, “he was so shocked.”
Golden Retrievers have multi-faceted personalities, they can be both amazing service animals and the goofiest of puppies. Although naturally intelligent dogs, they are not born perfectly trained, and it takes a lot of time and training for you to get the best out of your dog, and your dog to get the best out of you.
The American Kennel Club (AKC) suggests that training should begin almost immediately, starting at two months. He recommends “group puppy kindergarten and basic obedience. Goldens are eager to please, easily trainable, and classes provide the opportunity to meet their physical, social, and mental needs.”
Training a dog this young means you’re in a much better position when your dog not only gets bigger physically, but enters the more rebellious “teenage” phase, in which “you’ll find yourself struggling as the emerging hormones in your once-perfect angel sends her/him into grumpy, fiery, subdued, and reclusive moods.”
The AKC says this is the step to meet your dog’s ever-increasing exercise needs with “Tricks, Rally, Agility, Field Work, Dock Diving, Obedience, Scent Work, Barn Hunt and d other activities, which establish teamwork and respect for the dog.The well-behaved Golden that everyone adores is cemented at this point.
As your Golden Retriever ages from 18 to 24 months, the AKC says basic commands and training should be firmly in place by now, but if not, “this is a great time to focus on these. Working together becomes fun and enjoyable.”
User Coneia commented, “Mom you don’t understand what I went through to get in.”
User Gc8 said, “guilty look but tail wagging.”
User Diane Snow wrote, “Awwww that face.”
Newsweek contacted @brookee.ee for comment.
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