The internet enjoys the golden retriever’s “eye contact” through the glass table

A pet owner who explains why you shouldn’t buy a glass dining table if you have a dog has gone viral on TikTok in a video with more than 19 million views and 2.4 million likes.

In the footage, Liv Jones, under the username @olivia.a.jones, films her glass dining table with plates on it while her golden retriever stares at her from below with the caption ‘Eye Contact’.

The caption reads, “He knows exactly what he’s doing,” and one user commented, “I keep moving my plate to block their eyes and they eventually learn.”

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A stock picture of a golden retriever with fruit. According to one study, canine obesity rates range from 34 to 59 percent in developed countries like the US and UK
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Golden Retrievers have been voted the third most popular dog in the United States according to the American Kennel Club (AKC), and these beautiful dogs have distinctive looks, endearing personalities, and a love of food.

All dogs love food, but a study published in cellular metabolism Journal in 2016 reported that canine obesity ranges from 34 to 59 percent in developed countries like the US and UK

According to the study, “Retrievers have the highest documented prevalence of obesity and have been shown to be more food-motivated than other breeds.”

Due to the prevalence of obesity in Golden Retrievers, scientists studied the breed and found that there is a genetic variation that makes them more prone to starvation and increased eating habits.

The study also found that “the mutation is significantly more common in Labradors selected as breeding dogs for assistance dogs than in those selected as companion dogs.”

Golden retrievers are large active dogs who need between 40 and 120 minutes of exercise per day, according to the Golden Retriever Society. With a genetic tendency to overeat than other dogs and high exercise requirements, feeding your Golden Retriever may require some thought.

The AKC recommends a quality dog ​​food that is appropriate for the dog’s age: puppy, adult, or senior. The report states: “Some Goldens can become overweight, so keep an eye on your dog’s calorie consumption and weight.

“If you give your dog treats, do so in moderation. Treats can be an important aid to training, but giving too many can lead to obesity. Give leftovers sparingly, if at all, especially avoiding cooked bones and foods high in fat content.

“Educate yourself on what human foods are and are not safe for dogs. Consult your veterinarian if you have concerns about your dog’s weight or diet.”

User bruh wrote, “We used to have one and we would drop food on the table so the dog would think the food was going to fall to them,” while Susan wrote, “I’ve had a glass table for years… Same eye contact! lol”.

TikToker margosaurus1 commented, “I still make eye contact with a wooden table.”

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