A TikTok of a dog standing next to a newly married couple having their first dance has gone viral with over 1.8 million views.

@sweatandtell

Booty scratch stole the show #firstdance #weddingtiktok

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The TikTok, posted by @sweatandtell shows the couple dancing their first dance at their wedding. Their dog is standing right next to them and looking up. The dog looks up at them and then turns around for a butt scratch.

“Booty scratch stole the whole show,” the TikTok caption read.

The pup demanding a booty scratch has cracked the internet up

“I won’t allow kids at my wedding but there will def be dogs,” one user commented.

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