There's no shortage of viral trends on the internet, and even the most omnipresent of them ultimately end up fading away just as quickly as they began. And while they tend to permeate pretty much every single form of social media, at the moment, TikTok is the hottest platform where folks partake in the trendiest of viral bandwagons. The good news is that if you aren't about dancing in front of a camera, there are still plenty of things you can get behind, like the "Happy Dog" trend.
Where did the "Happy Dog" TikTok trend originate?
When a meme blossoms into a trend that everyone wants a piece of, it's easy to forget who the original trendsetter was. And while there are plenty of happy dog clips on the internet, the one that started this particular song was a user by the name of deejaymoo41, who stomped their feet and sang a happy little ditty as their pupper laid on the ground basking in the glory of his owner's love.
If you haven't seen it before, then you're in for a treat:
It didn't take long for other people to take deejay's song and apply it to their own happy puppy videos, where they recorded clips of their dogs enjoying life to the fullest, with the OG track intact.