- A beautiful woman shared how she piggybacked her dog to keep it from disturbing her from cleaning
- The woman owns a Yorkie, a dog that is known for being very busy and energetic but full of love
- Netizens who own this breed can relate to the struggles, which include not knowing how to deal with its energy
- A dog behaviourist said that dogs respond differently to being piggybacked but does not suggest this behaviour
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A gorgeous South African hun could not deal with her naughty dog, so she put it on her back with a towel and continued to clean her house.
Netizens in the comment section also shared their struggles of having a Yorkie as a pet.
Woman puts her dog on her back in viral TikTok video
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Her video caption read:
"POV: Your dog is naughty, but you have to clean."
In the video, the Yorkie is on her back, wrapped in a towel, while she does her housework.
According to the American Kennel Club, caring for a Yorkshire terrier is a considerable responsibility. It needs moderate exercise like walks to keep its energy in check, occasional bursts of activity like throwing a tennis ball and letting it catch it and obedience activities to keep it grounded. Yorkies are affectionate and can also excel in physical activities. They've been used as partners for therapy for their human companions.
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Dog behaviourist shares with Briefly News how dogs respond to this treatment
George Van Huyssteen, who has a diploma in Canine behaviour and training, a diploma in Animal behaviour and a diploma in Animal behaviour and Ethology, told Briefly News that each dog would react differently to being piggybacked.
"Some dogs may accept it with no problem, while others might object to this in various ways. Dogs are not exactly like human babies, and restrainments on dogs can cause fearful reactions similar to what hugging a dog might elicit. We usually suggest giving the dog something to do in a safe area," he said.
"For instance, some dogs might like to chew on things like kongs, while others might find playing with a favourite toy rewarding. Others might be happy just waiting for the owner. It will deüpend on the individual dog, but it is not something I recommend doing."
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Fellow Yorkie owners empathise with dog owner in TikTok video
Netizens sympathised with her as some understand the challenges of owning a Yorkie.
"It's all fun and games until it pees or passes stool."
"Only in South Africa."
"I do this to my Yorkie. He falls asleep even."
Tshiamo could relate.
"My niece has one. You can never clean when it's around."
White Heart remarked:
"I see myself doing this."
Khanyisani36 pointed out:
"Due to my economic status, this is the only grandchild they're getting from me."
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The dog owner posted a video of himself shouting at his dog, which was taking a nap. The dog barely moved before it resumed its sun-kissed nap.
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Netizens defended it and remarked that it deserves a day off for working the night shift.
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Source: Briefly News