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The Bulldog Goes Viral Simply By Looking Through A Hole In A Painted Fence

If someone asks what’s the most used word in this year so far, well, you perfectly know the answer. It’s Covid-19. I know that it made a mess, yet we can’t deny the fact that there were blessings that came along with the virus.

The main thing is we got some time to spend with our loved ones. Isn’t it great just to step out from this exhausting lifestyle and to enjoy life a bit? 

Also, we finally got time to do what we love. We have seen viral posts about people remaking the famous artworks, inventing various kind of stuff because people realized their potential amidst this deadly pandemic.

So, here is another viral story about a dog getting the attention of passerby, merely looking through a painted wall. 

Why is that even funny? 

Watch the video, and you’ll know why

This adorable dog is Bogart from Denmark. Bogart’s owner, Ranveig Bjørklid Levinsen, released the video of his dog looking at the road through a painted wall.  

“He is a 4-year-old English Bulldog, almost ‘homemade’—we have his mother, Winston (she doesn’t care about the male name), and we decided that she should have puppies. […] She [had] 8, and we kept Bogart—he was the smallest and totally cute,” the woman continued. “He has a [unique] personality, and he is so funny—I really do love that little guy.” Levinsen described Bogart

“We are living close to a walking path, so many people pass by every day, and the dogs are just so curious,” Levinsen explained. “To prevent them from skipping the fence, we made the holes, but even if it was funny to see them from the other side, I just thought it would look even [funnier] if we painted something,”

“You know, like in amusement parks where you can have your photo taken in these kind of holes,” That’s where she got the idea from.  But the actual painting was done by her daughter.

Levinsen stated that her dog being viral made her surprised. So, it was overwhelming for her when the strangers reach out and compliment their artwork. “I, myself, am blown away that my little dog has gone viral—just because he looks goofy,”

Here’s how people reacted to the viral video