Hilarious Moment Doberman Appears to 'Catwalk' in Yard Goes Viral

A Doberman named Glock has stunned the internet with his modeling skills after his owners shared a video of him doing a catwalk in the garden.

The clip, shared on TikTok by the dog's owner under the username Glockthedoberman, shows the dog advancing slowly in their backyard, moving his legs like a model.

Posted alongside the popular sound "I'm too sexy" by U.K. pop group Right Said Fred, the video, which was first shared on the platform on Saturday, has been viewed over 10,300 times.

It comes with a caption that says: "Watch my catwalk. watch the back leg tho. I nailed it!...[By the way] my pawrents removed the ugly fence, so now I get the whole ward to dig hole."

A stock image shows a Doberman. The internet was stunned by a Doberman named Glock and his incredible modeling skills. Getty Images

The Doberman Pinscher, also just known as simply Doberman, is a powerful and muscular breed of dog, developed for police and military work and to be a protector and companion at home.

The breed originated in Germany and its name comes from Karl Friedrich Louis Dobermann, who played a key role in the development of the breed in the late 1800s.

A combination of dog breeds went into developing the Doberman, but the exact mixture isn't known. The American Kennel Channel (AKC) believes it's likely that a couple of English breeds, as well as several German breeds, went into his creation, including German Pinscher, Rottweiler, and Weimaraner.

According to AKC, Dobermans are very affectionate with family and great with children, they have a very protective nature, and are also very easy to train.

Because of their sleek but substantial body, covered with a glistening coat of black, blue, red, or fawn, with rust markings, these dogs are considered to be very elegant creatures.

But Dobermans are not just pretty, they're also very intelligent dogs, in fact, according to The Smart Canine, they're the 5th smartest dog breed for obedience and working intelligence. Only Border Collie, Poodle, German Shepherd, and Golden Retriever rank higher.

Dobermans will successfully obey a known command on the first try 95 percent, or more, of the time, and are also remarkably obedient dogs.

Other dog breeds in the same intelligence class as the Dobermans include Rottweiler, Papillon, Australian Cattle Dog, Labrador Retriever, and Sheltie.

The internet loved the Doberman and its tall model-like legs. One user, vickycoyo, commented: "He's gorgeous. His tall legs and his walk make him look like a distinguished horse."

And the dog's owner answered: "he reminds me of Bambi."

Newsweek reached out to Glockthedoberman for comment. We could not verify the details of the case.

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