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People in stitches as dog barks the ‘most articulate woof’ ever heard

Anish Vij

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People in stitches as dog barks the ‘most articulate woof’ ever heard

People can't get over this dog who barks in a 'British accent'.

A giant Alaskan malamute named Phil belongs to 'The Matthews Malamute Family' who have gone viral on social media for showcasing the daily antics of their 'pack', which also includes Teddy and Milo.

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It turns out Phil also has his own Tinder account, regularly sending flirtatious messages to his matches, showing off his 'British' bark.

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A cheeky text exchange from 2017 reads: "Let’s cut to the chase Phil. You’ve got a belly and I’ve got hands, how are we going to make this happen," one lucky match wrote to Phil.

Meet Phil, the posh dog barker. Credit: YouTube/Life With Malamutes
Meet Phil, the posh dog barker. Credit: YouTube/Life With Malamutes

"Bring milk biscuits. I’ll bring my belly and the tie," replied the sauciest dog ever.

Of course, Phil can't type, but his family are clearly good at hitching him up.

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But what's got people going crazy is not Phil's Ryan Gosling level of flirtation, but his very posh bark.

Some viewers have labelled it as the ‘most articulate woof’ they have ever heard.

Commenting on a short clip, posted two days ago on TikTok, Phil does the 'the most literal woof I've ever heard' in the family living room.

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"Not only did he woof, he clearly enunciated it to spite you," one viewer commented.

"Bro didn’t bark it, he spoke it," a second added.

"He spelt the W in woof like Malfoy spells P in Potter," quipped a third.

"He pronounced the vowels and consonants with that one," another person thought.

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"The dog speaks better English than me," someone else admitted.

Well, it seems that Alaskan malamutes are genuinely an elite breed after one dog was photographed being a VERY good boy while on a flight with its owner.

It was reportedly accompanying its owner, who was said to be an emotionally vulnerable flyer, and was allowed to travel in its very own seat without charge.

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It was even allowed to travel in its very own seat without charge. Credit: Weibo/Luer Tuan Tuan
It was even allowed to travel in its very own seat without charge. Credit: Weibo/Luer Tuan Tuan

A China Southern Airlines spokesperson told Southern Metropolis Daily that the well-behaved pooch was qualified as an emotional support animal. They also said it had been approved by medical professionals with the relevant certifications.

Photos and a video clip of the high-flying, friendly-looking white and brown dog soon went viral, prompting social media users on Weibo to praise the Alaskan Malamute for being so well-behaved.

In the video clip, you can see the doggo pop its massive head up over the seat, with its tongue hanging out.

One person wrote: "Compared with annoying kids who keeps kicking other people's seats or old people who talk loudly, I'd rather sit with a service dog!"

Someone else commented: "Such a well-behaved and cute dog. I wouldn't mind sitting next to it!"

Featured Image Credit: YouTube / Life with Malamutes

Topics: Dogs, Viral, Social Media, TikTok

Anish Vij
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