Dog left in shock after animal chiropractor cracks her neck in wild viral video
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A viral video of an animal chiropractor cracking the neck of Rottweiler has captured hearts around the world.
German chiropractor and osteopath Murat Colak caught the moment on camera as he rotated Hailey the Rottie's neck multiple times before resetting it with a quick flick of his wrist.
While the sound of the dog's neck cracking isn't great, the very good girl's reaction definitely is.
She can be seen panting - which can be a sign of temperature or pain and distress - as Colak essentially winds up the animal's sore neck.
The Rottweiler sits and cops it with his pink tongue lolling about until Colak whips his head the other way and a massive crack can be heard.
The furry friend can be seen freezing and looking up at Colak with big puppy-dog eyes and a stunned look across her face.
The Recklinghausen animal chiropractor - who runs a practice in the German city called Bones Hands - can be heard asking her in German: "Was that good?"
He then wraps his arms around the Hailey's head in a comforting hug as he realises she is okay.
The video went viral across Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok, with people flooding to the comments section to discuss Hailey's incredible reaction.
On TikTok alone, the video has already garnered more than 92 million views.
One user said: "So awesome! The reaction was priceless."
A second added: "Bro just factory resetted the dog."
A third asked: "Who else heard the Windows restart chime?"
The dog belongs to German influencer Melissa Deines and her partner Arminia Bielefeld FC player Robin Hack.
A video of the neck snap was shared to social media by Hailey's owners, who confirmed the dog is alive, well, and very happy after her visit to the chiropractor.
In another video, a second Rottweiler is shown fidgeting and clearly distressed before Colak cracks the creature's neck.
In that clip the dog jumped with fright from the cracking noise but immediately relaxed when it realised its stiffness had gone away.
Murat Colak is an animal healer, chiropractor and osteopath who specialises in dogs and horses.
But that's not all.
He treats people too; proving that Bones Hands is synonymous with magic hands.