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TikTok users are getting a cuteness overload thanks to a video posted by @peta1111. In the video, a Pocket Bully mama dog can be seen appearing to teach her puppies how to do zoomies. Zoomies is a popular term that refers to a burst of energy that causes a dog (or other animal) to run, spin, or otherwise suddenly burn off excess behavior.
This is still my favourite video. Raising 10 pups was one of the best experiences. All of the pups went to people we know and love. Getting to see them grow and be loved is so special. Also can you spot Lulu? #puppies #americanpocketbullypuppy #americanpocketbullies #pocketbullypuppies #puppy #zoomies #puppiesoftiktok #cutepuppy #puppyzoomies
In the video, Pocket Bully mama Koda can be seen running back and forth and leaping on and off of the couch. Her puppies follow her back and forth, appearing to copy her movements. After burning off some energy, Koda lays on the couch while her puppies cluster around her. She gives each puppy a sweet kiss.
Mother dogs provide not only sustenance for their puppies but also teach them vital life skills and behaviors. This is why it can be extremely detrimental when puppies are separated from their mothers too young. When this occurs, they may never have a chance to learn important skills.
It is clear to many viewers how much Pocket Bully Koda and her puppies love each other. Many of the comments on the video praised Koda’s parenting skills. “What an awesome mumma,” wrote one viewer. The adorable learning experience gained over 96,000 likes on TikTok.
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