One TikTok user wrote, "All boxers need another boxer," while another commented, "I just got my 1.5 yr old boxer a boxer pup and they instantly fell in love."
Newsweek spoke to a dog behaviorist about the video watched by more than one million people, and she said: "This puppy's communication is being ignored."
Over 175,000 people have watched the moment by a content creator, who said: "His spirit and trust in humans somehow were never broken."
"Better give them extra treats before bedtime!" one TikTok user said.
"Get off the bed dude," one user said of the video, which has been viewed 3.7 million times.
"That's one of the most beagle things I have seen," one TikTok user said:
TikTokers praised the golden retriever for being "100% the smartest boy!" and a "Straight A student."
Separation anxiety can be triggered when dogs become upset because they have been separated from their owners, and believe they have been abandoned.
"Preliminary data shows that human DNA is present on household cats," the study, which was conducted by researchers in Australia, said.
Bella's owner said the dog is "very motherly" despite being younger than her canine companion.
Samantha Zimmer, who helps rescue stray animals, told Newsweek they are still trying to locate Carlos' owners.
A Husky showing solidarity with his injured sister has gone viral on TikTok.
Over 1 million people have watched the video of a Labrador breaking up a cat fight, with the dog's owner referring to the intervention as "full mom mode."
"This is the first time he has really gotten up close and personal with a whale!" a spokesperson for the Monterey Bay Whale Watch told Newsweek.
"Even when we're not doing pictures and videos, they're always laying together," said owner Anna Schwab.
Cat lovers on TikTok were delighted by the irresistibly cute cat in the viral video, with one user simply saying "Those eyes."
The virus that causes the disease is highly infectious and can spread easily among rabbits and hares.
"Love this idea!!! have you told your husband yet that the couch is his because the cat is in your bed?" one TikTok user said.
One user's comment has racked up 70,000 likes, it said: "I have never in my life seen a dog scream in terror."
"I balled my eyes out. So sorry for your loss Rest peacefully and run freely sweet baby," one commenter said.
"It's a perk of having a scary dog. Untouchable," the owner of Chilli told Newsweek, as the pair's TikTok video received more than 3.3 million views.
The sea lions are getting sick from leptospirosis, a bacterial infection that can spread between mammals via urine.
"I'll be filing a police report," the author wrote on Twitter.
"They are outgoing, trustworthy and eager-to-please family dogs," animal behaviorist Mary R. Burch said of the breed.
"I have an XL and she's obsessed with anything minty!! It could be the mint that he can smell," thought one TikTok user.
"It's an unimaginable place, a place filled with death, fires, feral dogs, and a smell that goes right through you," said one member of the rescue team.
"And I love when non-cat people are like 'just close the door' as if that would help," one TikToker wrote, as the video received more than 7.1 million views.
As hilarious as the husky's reaction is in the latest viral clip may be, can dogs really respond to humans with deliberate expressions?
Reuben the Lagotto Romagnolo's expression had viewers in stitches with one commenting: "he just realized he has free will."