A dog named Hunter has left the internet in stitches after a video of him trying to hunt a squirrel from inside his owner’s home went viral on social media.

The clip was shared on TikTok. in early March, under the username Hiverland33. The German Shorthaired Pointer can be seen peering out the door with its nose pressed against the glass, pointing at something in the corner.

As the camera zooms in, it reveals that what Hunter has been looking at the entire time is a squirrel in the snowthat, in his head, he is ready to catch.

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Stock image of a German Shorthaired Pointer. A video of a dog trying to catch a squirrel from inside his house has left the internet in stitches.
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The hilarious post, which has been shared more than 22,400 times, comes with a caption that reads: “Tell me you’re a [German shorthaired pointer] without telling me that you are a [German shorthaired pointer]…”

German Shorthaired Pointers are very affectionate family dogs, great with children and with other dogs, according to the American Kennel Club (akc). For these reasons, they make excellent family dogs, although they are better with families with older children than with young children.

The AKC website states: “The [German shorthaired pointer] He is a very affectionate and affectionate companion who is especially fond of children and other dogs, although because they are so boisterous, some experts advise against keeping him in homes with children under the age of seven.”

German Shorthaired Pointers don’t shed or drool a lot, and they don’t need constant grooming either. However, they are very playful and have high energy levels, which means they need a lot of exercise. As a breed, they tend to be instinctive. offroad hunting, and are capable of hunting, pointing, and retrieving. They have become accustomed to rabbits, raccoons, game birds, and even deer.

The post quickly gained popularity on social media, attracting animal lovers from across the platform. So far it has received more than 3.4 million views and 800,000 likes.

One user, Ashley Mabery, commented: “I can chmellar it through the gwass mam.” And Jessica wrote: “Pointing to something around the corner.” Theo added, “Bro is breathing so hard lmao.”

Carina wrote: “I’m crying my breath out.” And Prismatic_hourglass quipped, “Oh no. The snot. He’s broken.” Ilene added, “OMG, the squashed mucus and breath sent me…”

Another user, 4ngrymarine, commented: “You think ‘why?’ and how?’ but they still mean the world to you.” And Angeladarlingg posted: “I’d love to see it from the squirrel’s perspective.”

Jessica wrote: “At first I thought it was very brown roast chicken.” And Sheen added: “When you aim so hard you change direction.”

news week contacted Hiverland33 via Tik Tok comments We were unable to verify the details of the case.

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