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Loyal, adorable and the best friend you’ll ever have. That’s just some of the reasons why we love doggos.

Today, we find another reason when a video of a “dangerous” dog carrying its owner’s handbag on a walk at Bukit Bintang made an appearance online.

Posted by Facebook user Nahur Bhai, the video shows a black Rottweiler dutifully carrying its owners’ handbag while walking behind her.

Screenshot from Facebook

The 24-second clip of the adorable scene is believed to have been recorded in Bukit Bintang.

In the video, the doggo is seen trotting down some stairs and onto the road with a beige handbag in its mouth while a woman walks in front of it.

Screenshot from Facebook

With such an unusual sight for Malaysia, the clip captioned with “Ada berani ragut kaaa???” (Anyone brave enough to snatch?) has gone viral since it was shared on Tuesday (8th October).

Many Malaysians were tickled by the scene, heaping praises for the good boy.

Screenshot from Facebook

However, criticisms were launched at the owner as well as the dog could be seen walking with a slight limp.

Screenshot from Facebook

It’s actually not unusual to spot a Rottweiler with a limp. Hip dysplasia is a common hereditary health issue in Rotties due to pure breeding.

While Rottweilers are considered an “aggressive” breed with restricted ownership in Malaysia (find out how to get a Rottie license HERE), it’s actually a pretty chill dog.

Credit: Buzzsharer

According to the American Kennel Club (AKC), Rottweilers are territorial but also calm, confident and responds quietly with a wait-and-see attitude to influences in its environment.

Fun fact: Rotties were amongst the first guide dogs for the blind.


Nonetheless, the emergence of this video serves as a timely reminder after the viral dog catching video that these creatures are not all dangerous and can be the loveliest companions.

You can see the doggo in action at the video below:


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(Rottweiler)
(Hip Dysplasia in Dogs)

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