Watch As Girl’s Bed Thief Culprit Is Exposed in Hilarious Clip: ‘Tucked In’

Many dog ​​owners have strict rules about letting their pets on the bed, but it would seem one adorable Staffordshire bull terrier in the UK didn’t listen. TikTok user @tomberry1989 recently posted a video to their account, explaining: “Wondered why our daughter was in our bed.”

In the video, which has 3.7 million views on TikTok, @tomberry1989 walks into his young daughter’s bedroom only to find his Staffie, Dobby, tucked up in her in bed.

One user commented: “With the head on the pillow and tucked in that pup is LOVED.”

Another user said: “Brooo the accuracy. My pit is always in my toddler’s bed.”

In other videos, Dobby can be seen taking a nap with the poster’s baby daughter, as well as playing in the garden with her.

There are four banned dog breeds in the UK in accordance with the 1991 Dangerous Dogs Act, namely the pit bull terrier, Japanese Tosa, Dogo Argentino and Fila Brasileiro.

Despite being the UK’s ninth most-popular dog breed in 2021, there have been calls in recent years for the Staffordshire bull terrier to be added to that list.

In 2018 The Kennel Club and animal welfare organizations the RSPCA, Dogs Trust and Blue Cross came together to urge members of the UK’s parliament “to reject calls from misguided activists that Staffordshire bull terriers be added to the list of ‘banned breeds.'”

The Kennel Club argued that: “Any breed of dog has the potential to be a danger in the wrong hands and sadly many instances of dog attack-related fatalities have demonstrated this by involving breeds which are not on the banned list.

“This is proof that breed-specific legislation does not work and why animal welfare organizations are adamant that legislation targeting the owners of dogs would be much more effective.”

Staffordshire Bull Terrier in Bed
This stock image shows a Staffordshire bull terrier. A hilarious video of a Staffie tucked up in bed has gone viral on TikTok.
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Staffies were bred to hunt solo, which is why they can sometimes be aggressive with other dogs. This, combined with strong jaws and a history of being used for dog fights, has led them to have a bad reputation with some.

The People’s Dispensary for Sick Animals (PDSA) argues that Staffordshire bull terriers are naturally good with children.

“Staffies are widely known to be ‘nanny dogs’ because of their love of children. Generally speaking, Staffies tend to be very tolerant and sweet-natured towards children,” the PDSA says. “This said, they are very high energy and often don’t realize their own strength, so they might not be suited to families with younger children.

“It’s important to always supervise your Staffie with children and vulnerable adults to avoid any accidents and stop playtime if they get a little too exciting.”

Commenting on the TikTok video, user CozShop said: “I can relate… I have space invading French bulldog that does this.”

User Aby Castellanos wrote: “The dog is like ‘I can’t get out, she told me to stay’ lol.”

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