Watch Staffy’s adorable reaction to being called beautiful in viral video

Honey, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier from , had her heartwarming response filmed by her owner Sarah. During the clip, is shown standing on her hind legs with her leaning on the back of a chair wagging her tail.

Viewers then hear a female voice, who is presumed to be Sarah, talking to the dog, saying: “Honey, you are the most beautiful girl in the whole world.”

As soon as the Staffie hears this compliment, she immediately looks up to the camera and squeals in delight and begins wagging her tail even more.

Sarah is then heard saying to her pet: “Yes, you. You are my baby. You are perfect. Do you agree?”

Honey is delighted with her owner’s loving comments, who seems to be almost smiling at the shower of affection.

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Since uploading the adorable footage to her TikTok account, @sarahlawther, back in June, the video has been watched more than 50 million times.

Thousands of viewers left their responses in the comments, with many agreeing that Honey is indeed a beautiful dog.

One TikTok user said: “She said awwww.”

Another person commented: “Translation: ‘Really? You really mean it mama?’ my heart.”

Staffordshire Bull Terriers are a British dog breed and are a popular pet choice with families due to their loyal and affectionate nature.

Heart officially melted ❤️ Honey has the sweetest soul ✨������

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