For a long time, people thought that big dogs are nothing but scary beasts waiting to pounce on you. Well, if you think about it, those huge mouths and bulky bodies are sure intimidating. But not all big dogs today are going to eat you alive, especially if they are someone like Herbert.
This adorable good boy lives with his mom, Marybeth Parker, and her family. While he is already a five-year-old pooch, he still thinks he’s their lapdog baby. He is fond of affection and would not pass a chance to cuddle with either one of his parents or his human siblings.
What Herbert loves the most is climbing onto his dad’s lap every time he is resting on his favorite recliner. The big pooch would gently hop onto his lap and shower his dad with enough love to last a lifetime. Marybeth’s husband never complained, though.
However, Herbert decided to change his cuddle techniques one day. As opposed to his usual gentle hopping, he eagerly jumped on his dad and hugged him with both paws. And as a result, the recliner toppled, leaving his dad on the floor with Herbert on top of him.
Well, with the canine’s size and strength, it wasn’t a surprise that he managed to tip over the recliner! Herbert remained unbothered, though. He still showered his dad with cuddles, remarkably oblivious to their current position.
Luckily, Marybeth happened to film the scenario, as she giggled the whole time. In the short clip, Herbert’s tail was wagging with happiness as he hovered over his dad. He seemed really pleased with their cuddle session.
While Marybeth’s husband wasn’t prepared for Herbert’s cuddle attack, he still accepted the pooch’s hugs. And it surely made the video a whole lot cuter. The clip was uploaded on Facebook, ultimately gaining 11 million views, over 240,000 shares, and 45,000 comments! Watch the hilarious moment unfold here.
Herbert decided to jump up on the recliner with daddy…Oh Herbert 😂Disclaimer: This content is exclusively managed by Caters News. To license or use in a commercial player please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 121 616 1100 / +1 646 380 1615
Posted by Marybeth Parker on Sunday, 3 November 2019
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