Golden Retriever tries to make friends with a snooty rodent


The dog that just digs the gophers! Fiona Golden Retriever tries to make friends with a snooty rodent

  • The Golden Retriever stares at the gopher, it comes out of the ground hole
  • The gentle rodent sees the gentle dog before sinking back into the soil
  • Comedy scenes filmed at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, California

It is a comical moment that sees a dog attempting to befriend a curious gopher as it comes out of its hole in the ground.

Footage filmed at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, California, shows a two-year-old Golden Retriever named Fiona staring at a buried rodent as it shakes his head from under the ground and watches his new fan is.

The gopher then drowns in the burr before emerging once more and to see the gentle canine.

The two-year-old Golden Retriever stares at Fiona Gopher as it comes out of her hole at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, California.

During the clip, which was shot on May 31, but only shared, the curious dog watches with Mohit as the gopher comes out of his hole, but tries not to pounce on him.

The rodent quickly goes underground before raising his head and staring fearlessly into the canine.

Fiona draws close and before the gopher re-emerges into the hole again and the two animals try to sniff her new friend, eyeing each other.

After sharing the clip online, the owner of Fiona told the viral hog: ‘Fiona is almost two years old and walks the streets and parks of San Francisco daily.

‘Her favorite activity, to this day, at Golden Gate Park back in May, was befriending the Goffers.

‘Finally, they share special moments that show that everyone can meet if they are just patient and kind.

Fiona watches as the rodent walks back into the ground

Gopher shakes his head again

Fiona watches curiously as the gopher sinks into the ground (left) and then returns to the surface once (right)

Fiona tries to sniff her new friend as the rodent walks off the ground and sees the canine

Fiona tries to sniff her new friend as the rodent walks off the ground and sees the canine

‘It is often hard to get her leave and since she is such a big girl, we spend a lot of time walking outside the gopher hole. Many sweet women have come to call Fiona ‘hi’. ‘

Following the comical antics, the audience took to social media to openly share appreciation of the clip.

One user wrote: ‘Such a cute and gentle dog.’

While another couple: ‘So cute. Just love these dogs. ‘

Social media users have since praised the heartbreaking clip, in which one has claimed that it has 'made its day'.

Social media users have since praised the heartbreaking clip, in which one has claimed that it has ‘made its day’.

Another commented: ‘Now that made my day.’

Gophers are fossil rodents that are larger than mice but smaller than mice and typically grow between five and 14 inches.

They are commonly found in North America and Central America and will pierce the ground to build their homes.

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