Dog Flips Out When He Sees Himself On The News

Most dogs are pretty happy animals, and when they’re being themselves, they’re usually being quite happy-go-lucky. It’s what makes them so entertaining to catch on video. And when one owner caught their dog, Bronn, in a video, they never expected them to be featured in the news not once, but twice!

Posted by Angela Lally Labat on Thursday, November 28, 2019

And all for being himself.

Angela Lally, Bronn’s owner, caught Bronn on camera being his adorable self. Later, she posted the video to her Facebook page, where so many people fell in love with the clip that showed Bronn entertaining his human brother, Liam. The footage went viral pretty quickly – and after seeing the clip it’s easy to understand why.

I'd be selfish to not share this! The love of a boy and his dog! 💙🐾*To use this video in a commercial player or in broadcasts, please email licensing@storyful.com

Posted by Angela Lally Labat on Sunday, April 26, 2020

After the video began gaining momentum online, Labat’s local news station picked up the story of the trending video and decided to share it on air the following day.

The family had no idea until the next day when they watched the broadcast. As soon as Bronn saw his segment being aired on the news, the pooch immediately reacted to it, appropriately giving an excited reaction to the fact that he was on TV. He did a little fame dance, which Labat also managed to capture in another video.

I think it's safe to say that Bronn likes seeing himself and his baby brother on the big screen! 😂🤣*To use this video in a commercial player or in broadcasts, please email licensing@storyful.com

Posted by Angela Lally Labat on Monday, April 27, 2020

Labat then shared that subsequent second video online, and as you can imagine, that video went viral as well. I mean, a dog reacting to his stardom on TV, that sounds pretty darn cute and definitely a video you’d want to share on your social media.

However, Bronn wasn’t a one video wonder. In fact, his rise to fame continued with the second viral video, resulting in another feature in another news segment!

⭐️On TV twice in one day!!! Bronn and Liam are TV stars! ⭐️ Thanks WWLTV!

Posted by Angela Lally Labat on Monday, April 27, 2020

Except for this time, Labat didn’t capture Bronn’s reaction on video – perhaps because she didn’t want to see how far this potential rabbit hole could go.

The two best friends that anyone could have! 💙🐾

Posted by Angela Lally Labat on Tuesday, April 28, 2020

But one thing is for sure, Liam will have a very enthusiastic play partner growing up because it’s clear that Bronn loves to seize the moment and enjoy life to its fullest.

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