VIDEO: Adorable ‘Howl Off’ of 2-Year-Old Boy and His Dog Goes Viral

A 2-year-old boy and his 6-year-old pet dog have gone viral after doing an adorable ‘howl off’ that got this tiny human giggling uncontrollably! It’s really so cute.

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Photo credit: Alixandria Smith / Facebook

Just like most moms these days, 30-year-old Alixandria “Alix” Smith loves to take photos and videos of her 2-year-old son, Braxton Smith. There are also many occasions when she would take photos and videos of their 6-year-old husky, Boston. The two are the best of friends, with Boston not minding having a ‘baby brother’ when Braxton was born.

One day, little Braxton challenged Boston to a ‘howl off’ – and it was so cute that Mommy Alix quickly took a video.

As he started to do it, I said, this is funny, and I started to record it. And they just kept doing it. I woke up the next day, and it had 20,000 views,” Alix said.

When your 2 year old realizes he can speak Husky and they have their first conversation 😂❤️,” she wrote as caption on the YouTube video.

But the video quickly went viral, gaining over a million in one day and now has more than 5.4 million views on Facebook after just a week!

He just does cute things. I’m his mom – of course I’m biased. I just posted it like any other video, and it kind of went viral,” Alix told Fox News.

I think it’s awesome, though, because I think there’s just so much going on with coronavirus, politics and everything. So for everyone to get a smile and laugh looking at my dog and son, I’m totally okay with that. A little bit of happiness and cheer to the world.

As for Braxton, he really thinks he knows how to talk husky now. LOL.

He just thinks it’s the greatest thing on earth, getting the dog to talk back. So now it’s an everyday thing,” Alix added.

Watch the cute video here:

https://www.facebook.com/alixandria.waltersdelagandara/videos/10216131340817295/

What’s a Husky?

A husky is a breed of dog with a recognizable thickly furred double coat and distinctive markings. It has triangular ears and belongs to the Spitz genetic family.