Woman Gives Treats to Random Dogs, Filming Their Adorable Reactions

If you are in need of a smile today, then look no further than this viral video of a woman handing out treats to random dogs, which has been viewed by nearly 11 million people.

The heartwarming footage was posted to TikTok by Emily Grosser, who is known on the app as Emilygrosser.

The video shows her handing out treats at a coffee shop in Perth, Australia, to a variety of dogs passing by from behind a wooden counter.

From pugs to Labradors, to many canines in between, their excited reactions as they jump up for the biscuit makes for a pleasing viewing for any dog lover.

Grosser captioned the heartwarming video, which can be watched here, writing "pt 2," in reference to some of the other less-viral versions of the dog-feeding videos she has previously posted.

The cute clip has gained lots of traction online since it was posted on August 2, having been viewed 10.8 million times and liked by a whopping 2.6 million people.

Speaking to Newsweek, Grosser explained: "It's the best part of the job! I love it when people bring their dogs by the shop window. You could be having the worst day in the world... but the second a dog pops up I'm instantly in a better mood.

"No matter how busy we are I will always ditch whatever I am doing to go give the dogs a treat."

More than 5,700 comments have been left beneath the video, with many people sharing their delight at the adorable clip.

One TikTok user, Chloe, wrote: "Thank you for the best video to come on my fyp."

Another person, Bindi, observed: "All the Labs acting like they haven't been fed in a week," alongside a string of laughing-face emojis.

Joelle typed: "The pug was clearly the royalty. It has a human carrier."

Ace observed: "The first golden looks like a regular."

Otes stated: "Dogs would not survive being kidnapped by a stranger with a van and snacks."

Nicole Bonnie added: "I don't know what this job is but I want it."

Julie commented: "I bet these dogs wait and entire day for their walkies just so they can visit your store/shop. You make their day everyday!"

Newsweek have contacted Grosser for comment.

Another dog recently went viral on TikTok after her owner shared a video of her in a car where the pet is purportedly high on mushrooms.

In the clip shared to the app by Shannon, known online as Shnnsllvn, the dog can be seen looking out of the window, with the wind blowing in her fur.

The video is captioned: "My dog just ate a wild mushroom and we just spent $140 for the vet to tell us she's high," before adding in the comments section that "she's never been more relaxed."

The clip has so far been viewed a whopping 10.9 million times and surpassed 1.3 million likes.

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A stock image of some dogs. On TikTok a video has gone viral showing a woman giving treats to dogs which are passing by, Getty Images