A dog famous on the internet has entranced social media users after he finally managed to scale a 51-inch wall after several failed attempts.
Brodie the Goldendoodle became a online sensation after his Florida owner, Cliff Brush, began sharing videos of his dog, including footage of cycling with the “80-pound baby” riding in his backpack.
The dog has 4.1 million followers on TikTok and one of his newest viral videos showed the adorable dog trying to tackle the K9 Super Wall, in Goulburn, New South Wales.
The clip, which garnered 91,000 likes and more than 400 comments, showed the dog running up to the 51-inch wall several times, without reaching the top.
But after a few tries, the Goldendoodle, with his fur in braids, delighted the onlookers by reaching the top of the obstacle.
Brush said of the wall: “Only the most athletic dogs have been able to climb it. This is Brodie, he may not jump the highest, but he tries his best.
“After a few practice runs, he started to make some progress. After several attempts, he managed to climb the wall.”
K9 Super Wall tests a dog’s ability to run, jump and climb. To tackle the wall, the dog jumps off the ground and over the wall, grabbing an object or toy from the caller holding the object.
Brodie The Goldendoodle
Several social media users boasted about the dog’s achievements, with one writing, “I was just screaming and cheering.”
“Can I say I love Brodie, my favorite? Tiktok star, great, try Brodie, never give up and thank you for making so many people happy,” said another.
“He tries so hard and he’s so proud of himself when he gets it,” wrote a third.
A fourth commented, “I love Brody so much, I also have a Goldendoodle and they are the best, keep up the great work.”
The goldendoodleAlso known as a Groodle, is a cross between a Golden Retriever and the Standard Poodle that was developed because of the success of the Labradoodle.
According to Purina, the Goldendoodle is an extremely active breed that needs a lot of exercise and attention from owners, with personalities that are more consistent when first crossed.
However, if a line is bred sequentially, they can either be bred back to one of the original breeds or bred to another Goldendoodle, in which case there will be less predictability in temperament.