Many of us recall how excited we were as children when we learned we were heading to Grandma’s place. Nosh the dog, as seen by a series of wonderfully charming TikToks, understands the joy of being happy.
Grandparents are the most wonderful people on the planet. They have all the tastiest snacks, are always delighted to see you, and are like spoiling a grandchild no matter how many legs they have. So it’s reasonable that Australian cattle dog Nosh would be overjoyed to learn that he’ll be seeing his grandparents. Skyler and Deko, dog owners, ride in the car with Nosh in the back seat, according to a video submitted by TikTok user Sky. Q on April 27. “After 20 hours in the car, we finally told him where we’re headed!” says the caption.
“Would you like to inform him?” Deko inquires. “Do you want to see Savta and Bapa, Nosh?” Skyler questions. The solution is, of course, that Nosh wants to visit Savta and Bapa. The ecstatic doggo expresses himself in the only manner he knows how: with passionate, high-pitched whines. Although Nosh expresses himself clearly, Deko and Skyler feel the need for confirmation.
“Would you like to spend some time with Savta?” With a chuckle, Deko inquires. “How about Bapa?” Skyler keeps going. “Yes, please and thank you,” says the enthusiastic response (we imagine).
We eventually get the payout that everyone is looking for. Nosh gets let out of the back seat as the automobile is parked. He offers a hearty shake and sprints over to the grandparents, rolling over to give them both the most amount of exposed belly for massage. Happiness, bliss, and love are all words that come to me when I think about happiness.
Thankfully, this video—which has earned 2.5 million likes and has been viewed 13 million times—isn’t our only chance to witness Nosh in his element. Nosh’s reaction when Savta (Hebrew for “grandmother”) dared to leave the house for an hour—but she’s back now, and everything is OK.
Finally, the video from Friday morning shows us the morning ritual when staying with the grandchildren: racing down the stairs joyfully for an enthusiastic greeting “Happy Morning. I adore you “He does things the only way he knows how. Nosh, you’re doing a great job. That’s a fantastic family you’ve got there, and you have every right to be ecstatic.