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But one golden retriever can’t get enough of his, and loves to wear it, bizarrely even when he isn’t ill. The dog, named Sammy, will run straight over to his owner to wear the cone, which is designed to prevent dogs from licking wounds or stitches post-surgery. In a TikTok video posted by his owner’s account @tell_your_dog_I_said_hii, his owner picks up the cone and holds it out in front of her.
The retriever trots up to her with a toy in his mouth and can’t wait to stick his head straight through the hole.
The overlaying text reads: “He’s not injured. He just really likes wearing it,” as he runs off to continue playing with his stuffed teddy.
The video, captioned ‘why tho? #doesyourdogdothis’ has racked up more than 700,000 views on the popular video sharing app.
And some viewers think they might have an explanation why he’s so keen to wear the cone.
One suggested it’s because he ‘gets lots of attention and loves’, while others suggested he must associate it with ‘something good’.
Another wrote: “Not a cone of shame – a cone of pride!”
A third said: “This has got to be the only dog in the world that enjoys this.”
Golden retrievers account for a huge amount of canine content on TikTok, with 14.8billion views on the hashtag #goldenretriever.
In another viral clip golden retriever Mango was left totally unimpressed when her owner put her on a diet.
The goldie fumed at the measly portion, displaying an intense stare – and expecting more food.
But as the video revealed, the diet was at the order of her vet, so she was all out of luck, and stuck with the smaller dish for dinner.
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