Viral TikTok of dog climbing through Starbucks drive-thru window sparks debate

A dog has turned into an internet sensation after a video showed caught him getting excited at a Starbucks drive-thru.

The light-hearted video has racked up more than 5 million views since it was posted on Monday, November 15.

Taken by the driver from the car behind, the black pooch sticks half his body out of the car when his owner pulls up at the drive-thru counter and rolls down the window ready to order.

The dog reaches out and places his two paws on the counter while sniffing around.

"When the puppuccino calls to you…the dog's name is BooBoo," the overlay text wrote.

The eager pet gets nosy and even jumps on the counter, crawling through the window into the kitchen before the staff can get a cup of whipped cream for the canine.

The TikToker said: "I opened my door to help him get back in the car but he jumped back in easily. He's a good boy.

"Starbucks has always been. dog-friendly restaurant. Booboob was not harmed and turned right back around like the good boy he is."

But the video has stirred a debate online as some sparked concerns over the hygiene at the kitchen.

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One embraced the sweet moment and said: "The employee's giggle as she guides him to the window ledge is everything."

"Love how the employee held up the pup so it wouldn't fall," a second wrote and a third added: "The dog wants puppuccino more than anything else!"

But others expressed their worry over the potential contamination of the drinks, in particular in the midst of the pandemic.

"I would pull out of the line if I was the car behind this, so unsanitary and inappropriate for any establishment that serves any food and beverage," a viewer penned.

A second chimed in: "If the Health Department saw this, the store would be shut down."

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