January 5, 2021

Cute dog video: Milu the corgi is loving her very own electric massager

By haziqbinarif


Now THAT’S a pampered pooch! Milu the corgi loves her very own electric massager as she enjoys a full-body rub-down at home

  • Adorable footage shows the pet enjoying a personalised beauty session in China
  • Her owner bought the device for her because the pooch loves getting massaged
  • The corgi also has her own social media account to document her pampered life

What keeps a dog happy? The answer varies from pet to pet.

For Milu the corgi, nothing beats a full-body rub-down as she lies in her owner’s bed.

Adorable footage shows the two-year-old pooch enjoying herself during a personalised beauty session after her owner bought the dog her very own electric massager as a gift.

Adorable footage shows Milu, a corgi living in China, enjoying herself during a personalised beauty session

Her owner bought the dog her very own electric massager as a gift

Adorable footage shows Milu, a corgi living in China, enjoying herself during a personalised beauty session after her owner bought the dog her very own electric massager as a gift

In the short clip, Milu appears pleased and relaxed as the device rolls on the top of her head, under her chin and on her backside.

Milu lives in the Chinese city of Chengdu with her owner Ms Yang.

According to Ms Yang, Milu is a ‘very obedient’ dog and has a passion for eating, bathing and getting massaged.

She also has her own social media account, which documents her pampered life through short videos.

Milu lives in the Chinese city of Chengdu with her owner Ms Yang

She is a 'very obedient' dog and has a passion for eating, bathing and getting massaged

Milu is a ‘very obedient’ dog and has a passion for eating, bathing and getting massaged

Milu also has her own social media account

The video channel documents Milu's pampered life

Milu also has her own social media account, which documents her pampered life with videos

Ms Yang said she bought the battery-powered massager for 90 yuan (£10) last July for Milu because having massage sessions was the dog’s ‘absolute favourite’ thing.

‘She loves the massager so much and would give me silly smiles when I turn it on for her,’ the pet owner told MailOnline.

Ms Yang spotted the massager on Taobao, the Chinese equivalent to eBay, and decided to purchase it so she wouldn’t have to massage Milu herself.

‘This way, I can liberate my hands,’ she joked, adding that the device was designed for humans, but Milu did not seem to mind.

Milu's owner, Ms Yang, said she bought the battery-powered massager for 90 yuan (£10) last July for Milu

The woman added that having massage sessions was the dog's 'absolute favourite' thing

Milu’s owner, Ms Yang, said she bought the battery-powered massager for 90 yuan (£10) last July for Milu because having massage sessions was the dog’s ‘absolute favourite’ thing

While some corgis like Milu love total relaxation, others prefer a bit of physical exertion.

A corgi called ‘Little Eight’ recently stunned the Chinese social media with his athletic prowess on the basketball court.

The three-year-old pet was dubbed ‘the Cor-be Bryant of corgis’ by netizens after he was seen in trending footage pushing the ball with his nose and determinedly chasing his opponents in the city of Dazhou.

Little Eight’s owner said that the pooch appeared to have a particular knack for the sport and even taught himself some dribbling moves after watching people play.

Every morning, Kiki, a dog living in eastern China, would wait by the door of her home in eastern China for the building's cleaner to arrive

She would then help the female worker mop the floor

Every morning, Kiki, a dog living in eastern China, would wait by the door of her home in eastern China for the building’s cleaner to arrive – before helping the worker mop the floor

Elsewhere in the country, a corgi puppy known as Kiki shot to fame for her obsession for cleaning tasks.

Every morning, the pet would wait by the door of her home in Hefei for the building’s cleaner to arrive – before helping the female worker mop the floor.

The tiny dog uses her paws to push the mop as she runs alongside the cleaner, according to Kiki’s owner Ms Zhang.

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