On TikTok, a proud father’s love for his four-legged family is touching the hearts of millions of people all over the world.

TikToker @roddy_rodd89, who has over 3 million followers, captured the excruciatingly adorable moment and uploaded it to his account.

Pit bulls with big hearts have previously gone viral, such as this anxious pittie who cries whenever her human baby brother cries. However, OG’s affection for RedBone, his “wife,” and their eight young children may just disprove the notion that only people are capable of feeling emotions.

In the now-viral video, Roddy shows his pit bull, OG, faithfully keeping an eye on RedBone, his partner, and their eight new pups.

RedBone is able to get some much-needed rest while nursing their infants, something all mothers require and deserve, regardless of their species, with OG curled up by their side.

“Listen, king, we need to take some notes from you,” Roddy says to OG from behind the camera.

“I mean, the babies [are] feeding. You’re just making sure your woman is relaxed and loved. I mean, you know what, I raised you to be OK, man. You stay by your baby mama, watching your babies eat. … You all right with me, OG.”


“I wish I could find a man as good as this dog…”

TikTokers were astounded by how devoted and kind OG was, as well as how clearly talented RedBone is!

“Sis got her a good one,” one user wrote.

“Lawd have mercy these babies have a better family dynamic then most human beings,” laughed another user.

“I wish I could find a man as good as this dog,” another user joked.

“You can’t tell me animals don’t have feelings! This is freaking amazing!!!” commented one user.

“What a father is supposed to do!” another user wrote.

“OG showing how a real man take care of wife and his family,” replied another user.

“This is the sweetest thing I have seen all week,” wrote one user.

We still have a lot to learn from the animal kingdom, and if there’s one thing Roddy’s adorable pit bull family has taught us, it’s that dogs are just as capable of love and affection as people are.