A dog named Hugo went viral on social media marketing after his owner shared a video of him attempting to catch their own ears, leaving the web in stitches.
A clip shared by his owner in September on TikTok, beneath the username lukec9311, shows the Weimaraner prone on a sofa, attempting to bite his long ears, also it includes a caption that read: “I’d say he’s got learned these are mounted on his head, but… I’d be lying!”
In further comments, the poster explained that Hugo also loves to chase his tail a whole lot, and “you can view the conflict in him when he’s got to choose what things to chase.”
Adding that, unfortunately for Hugo, “it is a losing battle,” and whenever he gets one [ear] another one makes sight also it starts again”
Based on the American Kennel Club (AKC), Weimaraners have become affectionate dogs who’ve a high degree of tolerance and patience with young children.
They’re very protective of these family and also have an excellent adaptability level and prospect of training. Also, they are very playful dogs, with the AKC classifying their playfulness level as non-stop.
Their life span is just about 10 to 13 years, even though they’re high on energy, they are as yet not known for barking excessively.
These long-eared dogs were originally bred to hunt bears and deer and were only changed into house dogs through the second 1 / 2 of the 19th century. Today, the Weimaraner ranks forty-first in popularity in the U.S.
The clip has been viewed over 104,200 times and received over 11,500 likes in under per month, and the web can’t get enough. One user, thicckshake, said: “I cannot count just how many times I’ve watched this.”
Lmwx95 commented: “suppose frustration just what a gorgeous boy.” And Jana Michelle wrote: “Honestly if my ears were just flapping against my face all day long I’d lose my mind too lol.”
Another user, Mystic said: “Dad!!! For goodness sake get him a hair scrunchy!!!” And Alba Gu’Brath described: “At the very least you won’t need to buy him toys.”
Debbie Murthick commented: “Hahah I’ve seen tail chasing but never ear catching… cute.” And Shona Allee joked: “Your pet is broken… Easiest way to be!
Toebeansontoast added: “I simply hope he never catches one because ouch.”
Newsweek reached out to lukec9311 for comment. We’re able to not verify the facts of the case.
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