We’ve all seen the viral video of the dog who was interrupting his dog dad, who was trying to do a weather report from their home. This seemed to become a problem for dog parents who are working from home since the COVID-19 pandemic took over the world.
We can’t really blame these doggos. They are just too excited about having their humans around all the time. However, it turns out that dogs interrupting weather reports isn’t a new thing. It has been done six years ago or even before that. In the clip below, we have proof of this bold claim.
The star of the show is King, the pitbull. This one-year-old pittie was featured on NBC Miami’s morning show six years ago. He was brought there by Pooches in Pines, an organization that helps dogs get adopted. King was scheduled to be the “Pet of the Week.”
That segment aims to get shelter dogs and cats some airtime to boost their chances of getting adopted. Perhaps King knew about this whole thing, so he decided to take it up a notch. While meteorologist Ryan Phillips was doing his weather report, the pittie decided to join in.
He jumped up the table and started kissing and hugging the confused weatherman. The producers and other crew members couldn’t help but laugh at the whole thing. You can hear them in the background giggling non-stop. This goes to show how excited King was being around so many people and being out of his kennel in the dog shelter.
Ryan joked that he had doggie treats in his pockets, that’s why King couldn’t resist him. We wouldn’t be surprised if he got adopted right away after his appearance. Some would see this as mischievous behavior, but for many, this type of behavior is what makes them love dogs even more.
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