A woman's dog has left people in stitches with his hilarious reaction to being told his allergy test results – meaning a drastic change to his diet.
In a TikTok video by @lifewithkleekai her two Alaskan Klee Kais are loafing about on the sofa when she opens up a letter and reads out Copper's allergies.
She begins by reading out "sardines" and "corn" and the dog gives a minimal "ehh" response.
The next forbidden food is "rabbit" and, at this, her pooch lets out a series of more complicated squeaks which she translates as "could never catch them anyway".
But when she announces "beef", Copper jumps up and starts screaming in a very dramatic fashion before trailing off and lying back down on the sofa.
When she says "shellfish" and "cod", the poor pooch just grumbles in a resigned way next to his sister Skye.
The clip was watched more than 42 million times on the video-sharing app and people were left howling, although many admitted feeling very sorry for the unlucky pup.
One user said: "I swear he understood exactly what you were saying."
"Huskies are such drama queens," joked a second viewer.
A third user noted: "The way the other dog's eyes lifted when she said beef he's like 'damn that's tough.'"
Someone else pointed out: "The other dog was like 'damn she really said allergic to beef, that's crazy.'"
"Did I just witness a dog talking?" questioned another viewer.
Feeling the dog's pain, a fan confessed: "In his defence I'd be screaming too if I couldn't eat beef."
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Hel the husky gently nudged the baby boy until he began to cry, alerting her owner to the infant who had simply thought the bundle was a "discarded blanket".
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