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Dog's Enthusiasm Over Going to Grandma and Grandpa's Is Too Precious

Everyone loves going to visit their grandparents because they typically have a habit of spoiling their grandchildren. This is not an experience exclusive to humans either. One dog was told he was going over to Grandma and Grandpa's, and his reaction is priceless.

TikTok user @keeping_up_with_queso recently shared a video of their Golden Retriever and Great Pyrenees mix named Queso. In the video, Queso is offered a walk with his momma, which he doesn't seem very interested in until she tells him that they're going to his grandparents'. Watch the video below to find out what Queso thought about this development!

OMG, Queso is excited! He was injected with an instant case of the zoomies when he heard the good news. Clearly, this pup loves his grandma and grandpa!

People in the comments shared reasons that Queso probably loves going to his grandparents' house. @mommylovesherkidsalways said, "Hell yeah! That’s treat central!" and @trisha_lynn11 commented, "That's because grandma and grandpa are THE BEST!" We love and appreciate all the doggy grandparents who shower our pups with love!

Some doggy grandparents in the comments shared their similar experiences. @nanar420 commented, "My grandpuppies do this too!! It's so awesome!" and @user3943478203162 said, "I have two grand dogs. They are the same way with me, and I love it!" It's always a fun time when visiting Grandma and Grandpa!

We know Queso got all the treats, belly rubs, and head scratches when he arrived at his grandparents' house! We are so glad that he got to have a fun day. Good luck to Queso's mom when she tries to bring him home!

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