McDonald’s-obsessed dog begs for cheeseburger in hilarious TikTok video

McDonald’s-obsessed dog begs for cheeseburger in hilarious TikTok video

A dog obsessed with McDonald's will do anything to get his paws on his owner's cheeseburger.

Gus, a six-year-old Weimaraner, is a very talkative chap, and if his mum doesn't share her fast food snack, then she won't be hearing the end of it.

A video shared to their TikTok account has had everyone giggling at the pups attempts to get his owner to give him a nibble, trying everything from crying to dancing.

The clip sees Gus sitting beside his owner at the kitchen table, crying for a bite of her dinner, but his begging is extraordinary, complete with a full tap dancing routine full of spins and toe-taps.

His musical number, which is performed to the tune of his own whining, appears to go on for several minutes as he licks his chops.

The video was captioned: “See what all the fuss is about at the end,” and Gus’ owner turns the camera to her table to reveal a half-eaten McDonald’s cheeseburger that the Weim just can’t wait to get his paws on.

It appears that being food-driven is simply in the breed's nature, with many Weim owners taking to the comments to reveal their pup does the very same thing.

One said: “We have a Weim puppy and I genuinely thought I wasn’t feeding him enough because of the begging.”

Another added: “My Weim would have done this over a milkshake.”

And it’s not the first time the silver hound has been overjoyed by the popular fast food chain.

In another video posted in March, Gus parades around his kitchen holding a McDonald’s takeaway bag, and just wants to show it to everyone.

A third clip sees the pooch – who lives with a wire-haired dachshund puppy called Margot – holding the iconic red McDonalds fries wrapper.

He does some spectacular spins before his owner hands him the box of fries to enjoy as a pre-birthday treat.

Weimaraners were originally bred as gundogs in their native Germany and are known by some as the ‘Silver Ghost’ or the ‘dog with the human brain’.

The Kennel Club describes the breed as: “Fearless, friendly, protective, obedient and alert.”

But despite their noble roots and hunting background, they can be the biggest goofs.

In another viral clip, Bane the Weimaraner didn’t quite live up to his Batman baddie namesake when he spotted a new ornamental duck in a garden water feature.

The seven-year-old had a tentative nibble at the duck but backed off a few times, before finally plucking it from the water triumphantly by its nose and carrying it away.

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