Giant 50lb Dog Turns to 'Liquid' to Squeeze Under Gate in Incredible Footage

A video of a large dog squeezing through a hole in a gate has gone viral online, having garnered more than 878,100 views.

The footage, which was shared to TikTok by a woman called Jaime Cedarlin, features a Giant Schnoodle, which is a cross between a Giant Schnauzer and a Standard Poodle.

The 50-pound dog, whose name is Cassi, can be seen standing on one side of a baby-proof safety gate, which has a small opening for a cat to pass through.

Text overlaying the clip reads: "Our newly adopted 50lbs Giant Schnoodle was getting into the kids' room, and I wasn't sure how. Thankfully it wasn't hard to convince her to show us."

We can then see a woman's hand throw some salami on the hallway floor, which encourages the dog to squeeze through the cat gate, a hole which looks far too small for her mammoth fluffy frame.

The text then reads: "Turns out, she's 70 percent floof, 30 percent liquid canine."

Cedarlin captioned the impressive footage, which can be watched here, writing: "We adopted 6mo Cassi a week ago. #dogmom #giantschnoodle #puppytiktok #dogsofttiktok #doodle #adopt #puppyproofing #happydog #floof."

The video has gained lots of traction online since it was posted on November 15, having been liked more than 98,600 times.

Many people have also rushed to the comments section to share their thoughts on the large dog's actions.

One TikTok user, Nioriel, wrote: "She has cat logic: Can go through any hole their head can fit through!"

Another person, Atommota, added: "I think I learned in junior high science that this is called osmosis."

Sarah Elizabeth Mans typed: "Just leave the cat door closed, the cat can go over the gate."

Jasmine Kay Elliott stated: "My goldendoodle is around 50lbs and if I don't get her cut down she looks crazy floof like this! All fluff."

Rachel J remarked: "Rule of thumb. If the head fits, so will the rest of the body (if healthy)."

Fiona Sage offered a solution, writing: "Just put a short bungle chord on the little door, it won't be able to open all the way, but the cat can fit through."

Sarah Schuder Wargon revealed: "My 55lbs pit sharpei mix was able to do the same! We had to zip tie it closed a little bit."

Tarakuna shared: "This was how my dog was getting upstairs too. It's always like "really?" That wasn't meant for you."

Christinanewkirk9 commented: "That's exactly how our dog kept getting at the cat food in the kitchen."

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A stock image of a large dog looking through a gate. On TikTok a Giant Schnoodle was filmed squeezing through a safety gate. iStock