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Dog patiently waits his turn before devouring ice cream cone

Dog Patiently Waits His Turn Before Devouring Ice Cream Cone

When 'Good Morning America' anchor Lara Spencer came across a dog video online, she couldn't figure out why the owner seemed to be showing favoritism to one of her pooches.

'Why is the Mom letting the little dog have the ice cream and not letting the big dog ... just take a look. Why does Daisy get hers first? That's a good question.'

Since February 23, the video has gone viral, racking up more than 1 million views.

Despite its doggy cuteness, the video does make us wonder: Is ice cream even good for pups?

Dog Food Advisor insists it depends on each individual dog and his or her ability to digest lactose in dairy.

'Milk shouldn't be considered toxic for a dog. And no, it doesn't cause worms either (no kidding, I've actually heard that silly rumor myself).'

However, WebMD warns milk-based products such as ice cream could cause loose stools and other digestive yuckiness.

Well, we certainly hope Daisy and Cooper don't have any tummy issues from their treat. They sure did seem to enjoy it!

Check out the full video here:

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Ms. Dragon March 08 2014 at 2:30 PM

My big old Akita LOVED ice cream. When I got a soft serve cone we would sit someplace and I'd have a lick, then take a bite, put it in my hand and he'd have his. Toward the end I'd hold the cone and that big dog (120 lbs,) would lick very nicely until he got to the cone and then eat that, again, very nicely. Little kids would stand around watching and saying "Mama, see the big doggie eat his ice cream." Please do not let your pet eat chocolate!

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terryis247 March 08 2014 at 3:35 PM

First, why would some one making sooo much money be in here posting. sure, I believe it. and,lol, yes, this is what mac donalds is good for, dog food.

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wertingtonwilbert March 08 2014 at 12:13 PM

now that's entertainment, love it love it... needs more of this stuff. the big dog is no licker, one bite and that's it

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msbooch74 March 08 2014 at 11:49 AM

Every dog has its day, right!

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aristocat101 March 08 2014 at 11:44 AM

That was so funny

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kent_hern March 08 2014 at 11:40 AM


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jabaileydc March 08 2014 at 11:37 AM

OMG, if that isn't the golden retriever that I had. That dog could inhale food!

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Martha March 08 2014 at 11:32 AM

There is no creature on this planet that is as precious as a dog. This is so cute.

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cwintersen March 08 2014 at 4:36 PM

I buy my Pup a doggie Ice Crem product Called "Frosty Paws"! Comes in Ordinary and Peanut butter flavors!

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Say NO to libs! cwintersen March 08 2014 at 6:10 PM

Incredibly expensive! I buy my 80lb baby Chow/Lab (with his Veterinarian's blessing) a small vanilla cup from Carvel once or twice a month. He gets Trader Joe's all-natural sugar free or home pureed peanut butter in his KONG a couple of times a week as well. Everything in moderation.

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pdparker77 March 08 2014 at 11:03 AM

I love it, ha ha !!

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