A hilarious video of two dog siblings has gained over 4 million views on TikTok. In the video, posted by @maui_thegoldenpup and titled “0/10 recommends getting a golden retriever (jokingly)”, a mischievous golden retriever named Maui can be seen terrorizing his corgi sister Ruby.
The text reads: “How does it feel to have a golden retriever as a brother. Ruby’s point of view”. The video then cuts to various scenes, including Maui nearly drowning Ruby by jumping on her in the pool (“You can get murdered by her passion for the ballie”), Maui peeing on Ruby (“You get pissed on when he can’t find a tree”), Maui holding a good stick out of Ruby’s reach (“You can never win the tug game”), and finally, Maui standing over Ruby while she eats ( “You inhale all the bad air while you eat.”)
There is never any guarantee that two animals will get along, even those of the same species. An article on CorgiCare.com offers tips for having a Corgi and a Golden Retriever in the same household. “If you own a Corgi, be careful when bringing another dog into the house. Corgis are extremely territorial and may view another dog as a threat. Keep it slow and easy and give your dog time to get used to it. adapt.
Despite Maui and Ruby’s evidence, CorgiCare.com suggests that the safest option is a male corgi and a female golden retriever, as the female retriever will easily be able to avoid the male corgi when in heat. The site also mentions size: “Keep in mind that Corgis weigh between 10 and 14 kilograms (22lbs and 31lbs) and Golden Retrievers are much heavier, around 25 to 34 kilograms. That shouldn’t be a problem. neither to one nor the other, but rather to balance the relationship between these two dogs.
A mischievous duo
Many users have expressed fake panic over the little corgi being pushed underwater by its big brother. “little girl went scuba diving involuntarily, I was at panic level!!” one person wrote, while another agreed: “the one she was pushed underwater and struggling to get up oh rubi”.
“Name a better duo, we’ll all be waiting,” said one user, while others mentioned other dog duos. “There is a German Shepherd and a Pomeranian who live together and I think his life is like that,” said one netizen. “I have a dachshund and a golden and it’s always the same hassle,” added another.