Adorable footage of dogs praising health care workers flood TikTok

Hounds for heroes! Owners get their dogs in on the action to praise health care workers with the #ThankYouNHS hashtag on TikTok

  • UK pet owners are sharing heartwarming clips of their dogs thanking the NHS 
  • #ThankYouNHS  has gained popularity on TikTok during the ongoing pandemic
  • One video shows two dogs working together to write the timely message 
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The nation took to the streets on Thursday night to applaud the healthcare workers on the frontline battling the COVID-19 pandemic, and owners are even getting their dogs in on the action.

Across social media, UK pet owners have shared footage of their dogs honouring the national health service using #ThankYouNHS.

An adorable clip shared on TikTok, shows dogs Skye and Cooper who boast over one million followers on the platform writing ‘thank you’.   

Elsewhere, sausage dog Charlie posed alongside a hand-drawn heart poster in tribute to selfless workers, 

A stream of UK social media users have shared heartwarming tributes from their dogs using #ThankYouNHS, including sausage dog Charlie (pictured)

Northern Inuit Scout (pictured), who boasts over 280,000 followers on TikTok was snapped alongside his owner in a post thanking the children’s nurse 

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Chedder and Chester (pictured) who are dachshunds with 99,000 followers on TikTok, shared their daily walk as part of their message 

An Instagram post from Barney The Bordercollie, was captioned: ‘THANKYOU NHS! For taking such amazing care of all our owners! We would all be lost without every single one of you out there on the front line during this frightening time! SUPER STARS’

Boasting over 1 million followers on TikTok, Skye and Cooper received a flood of praise for footage writing their thank you note

Another dog owner shared a snap of his sleeping canine alongside the caption: #stayhome #ThankyouNHS #NHShereos #Ourheros #grateful #youinspireus’ 

Cavapoochon Enie (pictured) took to Instagram urging followers to stay home, using the viral hashtag #ThankYouNHS

London-based French bulldog Chunki (pictured), gave his owner a high-five in a clip accompanied by Bruno Mars’s Count On Me

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