"He laid it all on the line and happy to do so. He'd do it again and again," one TikToker wrote, while another commented, "As a grown man, this choked me up."
"I've never seen a dog make biscuits before. My life is complete," one user said.
Bud the Labrador mix had been adopted and returned no fewer than three times before finding his forever home—and becoming a hero.
The latest viral video has had TikTok users in stitches, including one who noted: "The pup is making his Christmas list..."
Despite making a verbal agreement, she now wants to renege as the ex-owner "can't legally do anything about it."
"After 25 years you would think we've seen it all, but we had our hearts broken this summer more than ever," Stray Rescue of St. Louis told Newsweek.
"When you have to go outside in -30 but you aren't a husky," one user commented of the dog in the TikTok video, which has received more than 9 million views.
"Sorry that's my dog now," a TikToker wrote of the pet joining the delivery driver, as another said "the dog was like, 'you stay here I will deliver the rest.'"
Jefe the dog's antics had viewers on TikTok in hysterics with one commenting: "It's going to be a long December."
Milo's owner Kayla told Newsweek she took him to the Jones Beach Light show in Long Island, New York, as a puppy last year and "he loved it" so much they had to come back.
As guilty as the pup in the latest viral TikTok video may have appeared, can dogs feel guilt?
"So cool they do this," said one Instagram user, while another wrote: "I'm glad she wasn't alone!"
Ashley Spielmann told Newsweek she hopes her mini schnauzer's dye job sparks a trend of "colored Grinch pets everywhere."
"What a sweet face and he's sooo floofy! I want to hug him!" said one commenter on the viral image.
"I don't even know how she is alive," said Tammy Jarrard, who rescued the animal.
As illogical as the dog in the latest viral TikTok video may have seemed to be, do some dogs lack common sense?
"They play together, sleep together and eat together," the owner told Newsweek.
During the pandemic, the ASPCA reported that 23 million American households adopted a pet.
"We started letting him take the blankie with him on walks, and it really seemed to help," Myko's owner told Newsweek.
Dog owner Megan Quinn got a surprise after receiving the professional photos of her dog at a competition.
More than 1 million TikTok viewers have watched the footage, with one commenting: "Never blame the breed only the owners."
"I just BET that shovel is next," one user joked.
The 11-year-old girl was saved following the intervention of a taxi driver.
"He probably thinks the chicken nugget is his paycheck for being a helper," wrote one TikToker of the video that has more than 1.5 million views.
TikTok users have praised a man who selflessly waded through frozen water to save a dog on Thanksgiving.
"This is what holiday cheer looks like IRL," wrote one TikTok user.
Newsweek spoke to the dog owner who said they are sharing his story to show "what can happen with dogs that are unethically bred."
The Moscow Police Department on Monday said "officers did not find any evidence on the dog and there was no indication the animal had entered the crime scene."
"Technically she is not stealing because it's hers," one commenter said.
"Thank you for saving this sweet soul," one TikToker wrote, while another commented, "I was expecting to cry but for a totally different reason!"