Pit Bull Making 'Biscuits' on His Favorite Blankie Is So Perfect and Wholesome

We'd do anything for this dog.

Pit Bull Making 'Biscuits' on His Favorite Blankie Is So Perfect and Wholesome

We'd do anything for this dog.

When it comes to making biscuits, cats will always reign supreme. Their little paws were made for kneading and pressing, though one Pit Bull is giving feline-kind a run for its money. That's right-_ @lifewithchompers is both sucking and kneading on his blankie, and it's the absolute sweetest thing.

Even though these behaviors can be a result of a pup being separated from their mother too early, it's not harmful or a cause for concern. If anything--it's just another way for your dog to calm themselves!

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Oh my goodness--what a precious little one! We can't get enough of his paw action on the blanket, but when you add in his adorable suckling, it's almost too cute to handle. We're just glad we aren't the only ones feeling so taken by his comfort.

"I didn’t know pups even made biscuits!" @projecttori commented on the video. You certainly aren't alone! This is a pretty rare sight to see, which must be why @dianne0414 was so excited to come across this video. She said, "Finally! Another dog doing what ours does. She's also a Pittie and she calms herself doing that." Our hearts can barely handle it!

@Lorik1449 wrote, "I’ve seen this before. When a dog is taken away too soon from their mothers, they did do this." Aww! That must be a rough transition for any puppy, but we can see why a dog would need to find comfort somehow if they weren't ready to be separated. We know he's getting all sorts of love and affection from his human mama, though, so we aren't worried one bit!

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