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Man Organizing Treat Hunt For Girlfriend’s Dog Questions Life Choices

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In a world where we’re constantly inundated with shiny new things, it’s the simple joys that can really capture the hearts of millions.

Enter Mila, an Australian shepherd, who has quickly become the internet’s latest pet sensation.

A newly viral video that captures the unlikely bond between Mila the dog and her owner’s boyfriend has amassed an impressive viewership, reminding everyone of the joy and laughter that our loved ones can bring into our lives.

Viewers watched as the dog was filmed playing with her new dad, who was busy setting up a perfectly timed Easter egg hunt around her.

“One minute you’re asking for her number, the next you’re setting up an Easter egg hunt for her dog,” Mila’s owner joked.

The video, which had been posted to the TikTok account @milatheaussiedog, features a snippet of Mila enjoying the sunshine with her owner’s partner, while donning a pair of Easter-themed bunny ears.

What Do The Comments Say?

The clip has been viewed more than 3.9 million times since it was first shared to TikTok on March 25. Over 700,000 users have liked the post to date, while more than 2,200 have left adoring comments requesting a follow-up.

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A file image of an Australian Shepherd dog. A viral video captured an Aussie dog prepping an Easter egg hunt with her owner’s boyfriend.

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“Fully need to see the hunt happen,” one user wrote.

Another user added: “Now planning an Easter egg hunt for my dogs I didn’t know I needed.”

“My boyfriend carries my dog outside to potty at night when she’s too sleepy. he’s my fiance now,” a third user shared.

A different user voiced: “I noticed the bunny ears first, then the blindfold, then him listening intently.”

Another user commented: “Well now I feel like my dogs have been missing out.”

Mila and her family are based in Pennsylvania.

Australian shepherds, known for their work ethic and loyalty, have often been featured in viral videos, but plenty of viewers had made sure to voice a unique appreciation for the bond between Mila and her new dad.

According to the American Kennel Club (AKC), Australian shepherds are highly energetic and require a lot of exercise. They thrive in active households where they can get plenty of physical and mental stimulation.

“This strong work drive can make Aussies too much dog for a sedentary pet owner,” the AKC says.

“Aussies are remarkably intelligent, quite capable of hoodwinking an unsuspecting novice owner. In short, this isn’t the pet for everyone. But if you’re looking for a brainy, tireless, and trainable partner for work or sport, your search might end here.”

Newsweek reached out to @milatheaussiedog for more information via TikTok.

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