Husky Using Bathroom in the House Watched Over 20 Million Times

A TikTok video showing a husky using a bathroom inside the house has gone viral.

The clip was posted on the video-sharing platform by an account with the handle @leo.husky, which appears to be dedicated to the owner's husky.

The clip shows the husky staring directly at the camera while using the toilet. While the dog's rear legs straddle the toilet, his front paws are firmly placed on the bathroom floor. It's clear the animal is emptying its bowels from the sounds that can be heard.

@leo.husky

Good boy, always hit a fart at the end.😂😂😂😂😂##foryou ##fyp ##huskylife ##viral ##husky ##huskies ##funnyhusky ##funny

♬ original sound - leo.husky

"Good boy, always hit a fart at the end," the person who posted the clip captioned it.

TikTok users were incredibly amused by the video, which has amassed more than 20 million views in the two days since it was uploaded as well as over 3.2 million likes.

"Another reason why we choose a dog over a man," said a user in one of the video's top comments.

Some commenters questioned what the dog had eaten to need to defecate so forcefully, while others just expressed awe at the animal's talent.

"Bro must've ate some taco bell off the counter," one person wrote.

"Incredible doesn't even begin to describe this video," another commenter observed.

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Stock photo showing a husky. A TikTok video of a husky using a bathroom inside the house has amassed more than 20 million views. Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

Some simply noted how stunned they would be if they walked into a bathroom and happened upon a similar scene. "Imagine you're at your friends house and walk into the bathroom to see this," one commenter wrote.

"Waking up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom and you're half asleep and see this when you walk in," another said.

Another said: "Imagine u need to really use the bathroom but you have to wait Bc your DOG is using it."

And another joked: "Why u filming him give some privacy.

Siberian Huskies were originally developed by the Chukchi people in Siberia as a working dog to pull heavy sleds over long distances. They were introduced to the U.S. in the early 1900s and have since become one of the most popular dog breeds for pet owners.

According to experts, Siberian Huskies are independent and difficult to train.

"All breeds benefit from early socialization, basic obedience training, and learning good manners, and the Siberian Husky is no exception," according to the American Kennel Club.

"Siberians are very social, and regularly need the company of their people or other dogs; they are not suited to being left alone all day."